Police Recording of Encounter With Brian Mulligan

Feb. 7 (Bloomberg) – The Los Angeles Police Protection League released this recording of an encounter between Glendale police and an individual identified as former Deutsche Bank AG banker Brian Mulligan. On the May 13, 2012 recording, the individual admits to ingesting a drug known as bath salts. Mulligan sued the Los Angeles Police Department alleging he was severely beaten, illegally detained and wrongfully accused of using a drug known as bath salts on May 15, 2012 or early the next day. This recording was released in October 2012. (Source: Bloomberg. Courtesy Los Angeles Police Protection League)

Luxury Car Makers Look to India for Future Gains
45:27 - With a growth rate expected to soon overtake China, India is also seeing the growth of a wealthier, aspirational middle class. And of course, those people are going to want to spend their money on nice things, like luxury vehicles. Over the past five days, the world’s high end auto manufacturers have been pitching their products to India’s new rich at the 2016 Auto Expo in New Delhi. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has more. (Source: Bloomberg)
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