Prosecutor's Photography Drew Complaint 20 Years Ago

Former boss says Chief State's Attorney's Office didn't act on proposed 'resolution'

Walter Flanagan, a former state's attorney in Danbury, says that 20 years ago he fielded complaints about David Holzbach, the prosecutor recently placed on leave after being accused of secretly photographing women in a Danbury courthouse. Flanagan said he sent a proposed "unique" resolution to the Chief State's Attorney's Office, but that it was never acted upon.

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