Ten years ago, a police sergeant was shot in the back during a drug bust in Clinton Hill. While the NYPD had initially said the drug suspect--killed in the confrontation--fired the shot, now the city admits a detective accidentally fired his gun into Sergeant Dexter Brown's back. The city wants Brown's $31 million lawsuit (he has permanent damage to his spine) to be dismissed, since it was an accident. Brown, now retired and living in Mississippi, told Newsday about being frustrated for a decade, "This is about much, much more than the money. I'm very dejected and taken aback, even to the point of borderline depression. The police department has put up obstacles to telling the truth. We want the truth to be told."