City of Stamford Settles Police Abuse Lawsuit For $230,000

The Connecticut Law Tribune

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The city of Stamford has agreed to pay $230,000 to settle a lawsuit by a Norwalk woman who accused a police officer of punching her in an altercation outside a nightclub.

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  • What a sad story. Yet another reason to distrust the Stamford, CT police. The fact is tons more unreported abuse. So sad.

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