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Police officer gets year in prison for assaulting veteran at VA hospital

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A former police officer at a Veterans Affairs hospital in Indianapolis was sentenced Tuesday to a year in prison for assaulting and wrongfully arresting a patient.

Michael Kaim, 28, pleaded guilty in June for violating the veteran’s civil rights in connection with the incident, which occurred in April 2017 at the Richard L. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center. https://www.stripes.com/news/veterans/police-officer-gets-year-in-prison-for-assaulting-veteran-at-va-hospital-1.548204

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