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A jury awarded $1 million in damages Monday to a now-14-year-old boy who participated in a drug sting at the request of three former administrators at his Los Angeles Unified middle school, the Sacramento Bee reports. A Superior Court jury deliberated for a day before finding the administrators liable for negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress, the boy's attorney Alexander Calfo said. The $1,015,250 damage award will be put into a trust fund to help pay for the boy's private education, Calfo said…
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