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Officers Sued Over Bumper Sticker Removal



Two Indianapolis Police officers who forced a woman to remove a bumper sticker from her minivan are being sued for violating her constitutional rights.  

The ACLU says Pamela Konchinsky was approached by the officers in a downtown parking garage on June 17th and said her "Unmarked Police Car" bumper sticker could be seen as impersonating a police officer.  

The lawsuit says the officers violated Konchinsky's freedom of speech and Fourth Amendment rights "by their unreasonable detention and interrogation."