In his battle against the Fresno Police Department, former police officer Gerald Miller, right, says he gets his inner strength from his parents, Bessie and Harry Miller, and his wife, Alysa Foster Miller, not shown.
In his battle against the Fresno Police Department, former police officer Gerald Miller, right, says he gets his inner strength from his parents, Bessie and Harry Miller, and his wife, Alysa Foster Miller, not shown. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com
In his battle against the Fresno Police Department, former police officer Gerald Miller, right, says he gets his inner strength from his parents, Bessie and Harry Miller, and his wife, Alysa Foster Miller, not shown. PABLO LOPEZ plopez@fresnobee.com

Three months before his retirement, this veteran Fresno police officer was fired

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