Bystanders Shot by the Police Face an Uphill Fight to Win LawsuitsNew York Times
Nov. 11, 2013
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"...lawyers for the City of New York have presented a far more aggressive stance against the wounded bystanders who have sued, essentially refusing to settle the cases and moving to have them thrown out before trial."