LOS ANGELES --
Four officers could lose their jobs for their role in last year's May Day melee.LAPD Chief William Bratton has released disciplinary recommendations for 15 officers involved in the clash with immigration protestors.
Those recommendations include firing four officers and unpaid suspensions for eight officers ranging from three to ten days. Three others would get reprimands.
The four officers recommended for firing will stay on the job until a Board of Rights makes a final decision.
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