The ex-Detroit Police officer who is suing the city of Detroit in whistleblower case was back in court today. Tony Davis, who was also a member of former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick’s executive protection unit continued his trial today in a Wayne County courtroom.
Davis is accusing the former mayor of wrongfully firing him after he spoke out about an alleged “Manoogian Mansion” party were murdered exotic dancer Tamara Greene allegedly danced for Kilpatrick and was allegedly assaulted by the former mayor’s wife.
Some lawyers say Davis could be awarded a large amount of money if jury votes in his favor.
"He would get compensable damages times three, so he would get a good amount of money if the jury finds."
Gary Brown, who now sits on the Detroit city council but once served as deputy chief of the Detroit Police Department was awarded over two millions dollars after a court ruled that his employment was wrongfully terminated for investigating Kilpatrick in the Greene case.