A lawsuit has been filed against the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department over alleged “deputy brutality” within county jails. The lawsuit claims deputies abused inmates and that top officials in the department were aware of the violence but “failed to take reasonable measures to remedy the problem.” The suit also alleges jail deputies are “poorly trained” in handling mentally ill inmates.

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