The San Francisco Zoo agreed to resolve the claims regarding two brothers who survived a fatal attack by an escaped Tiger on Christmas Day 2007.  The settlement of $900,000 resolves claims brought against the city, zoo and a crisis public relations consultant the zoo hired after the attack.  The settlement comes less than two weeks after attorneys for the brothers filed court documents alleging that officers were ordered to issue arrest warrants for the brothers, accusing them of manslaughter in the death of their friend who was killed by the tiger to deflect attention from the city’s negligence and intimidate the brothers. Read the full story here.

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