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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Deaf man says he was held in Colo. jail for 25 days without interpreter

The man -- who was eventually cleared of domestic assault charges -- has filed a federal lawsuit against the Adams County sheriff's office, the Denver Post reports. The guy's fiancee told the paper that she wasn't given an interpreter either:

Moore, meanwhile, tried to tell the deputies that Siaki did not hurt her but could not because she was not provided an interpreter or any aids.

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