Lawsuit Filed by Family of Black Man Killed by Delaware Police

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Lakeisha Nix called it "blood money."

"Blood money is all that keeps popping up in my head, filing a lawsuit for money that my brother’s blood is on. It hurts."

Nix is a plaintiff of a lawsuit filed Wednesday in federal court by the family of Lymond Moses, the 30-year-old Bear man, Nix's brother, who was killed during an incident with county police in Wilmington's Riverside section in January.

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