Decision to clear police in Angelo Quinto's death was 'abuse of discretion:' civil rights attorneys

Civil rights attorneys on Wednesday sent a letter to the state Attorney General asking him to review the death of Angelo Quinto of Antioch, saying independent autopsies show that the 30-year-old Navy veteran died of asphyxiation – not excited delirium – and that the fentanyl in his system was given to him by doctors at the hospital after he was already dead.

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