Clayton family files lawsuit against the city of Oxford

June 10, 2019

Posted: Jun 10, 2019 6:44 PM
Updated: Jun 10, 2019 6:44 PM

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of dominique clayton is demanding 5- million dollars from the city of oxford. wtva xavier harris joins us at the alert desk with more... in my hand is that claim to the city, from the desk of the in my hand is that claim to the city, from the desk of the clayton's family attorney carlos moore, informing city administrators and the oxford police department of a possible law suit. this comes after police found clayton shot to death inside her oxford home last month. former oxford police officer matthew kinne has been charged with her murder. police say the two were romantically involved at the time of her death. moore stated in the letter that clayton told her sister she may have been pregnant at that time feared kinne would harm her... and just two days later she was dead.. moore believes that kinne was in uniform at the time of the murder... moore spoke to us via facetime from grenada... and he adds they believe members of the oxford police department initially told the family that clayton had committed suicide... "its one thing to learn that your daughter is dead but to be told she killed her self adds insult to injury and this was so far from the truth it's unbelievable it's outrageous and we are going to hold the city of oxford responsible as well. according to moore if the case is not settled in 90 days... the family will file a federal lawsuit against the city of oxford and the police department... a oktibbeha
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