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No charges for cop's brother who allegedly got special treatmentDecember 11, 2014 | Mike Beaudet | my Fox Boston
A road rage incident in Lexington that raised questions about whether police are protecting one of their own ends without criminal charges.Hanson fracas prompts lawsuit in federal courtDecember 1, 2014 | Todd Wallack | Boston Globe
A bizarre squabble in Hanson involving a stinky skunk, stolen weatherstripping, and an overturned table at a raucous public health meeting two years ago is now being fought in federal court in Boston.Mendon police officer alleges gay bias in suit: Superior had faced charges in assaultNovember 30, 2014 | Evan Allen | Boston Globe
A Mendon police officer whose lieutenant allegedly punched him and held a knife to his throat and groin while repeating, ?Slash, slash, slash, slash,? has filed a discrimination complaint with the state saying he was targeted because he is gay.Brockton police whistleblower sues cityOctober 31, 2014 | Evan Allen | Boston Globe
A police captain is suing Brockton, its mayor, the police chief, and another police official for retaliating against him and demoting him to work in the ?dog pound? after he blew the whistle on alleged overtime abuse within the department, according to a civil suit filed Wednesday in Plymouth County Superior Court in Brockton.Police documented 12 reports of threats against Concord studentAugust 8, 2013 | Evan Allen | The Boston Globe
Concord and Carlisle Police reports show that the departments documented twelve reports of vandalism and death threats against former Concord-Carlisle High School student Isabella ?Belle? Hankey, who filed a lawsuit this week alleging the school did little to prevent bullying during her junior and senior years.Concord-Carlisle faces $2m bullying lawsuitAugust 6, 2013 | Evan Allen | The Boston Globe
A former Concord-Carlisle High School student who says she was mercilessly bullied for a year and a half while administrators ignored her pleas for help filed a $2 million federal civil rights lawsuit Monday against the towns of Concord and Carlisle, the Concord-Carlisle school district, and three school officials.Ex-Concord-Carlisle High student files lawsuit over bullyingAugust 6, 2013 | FOX Boston
A former Concord-Carlisle High School student has sued the school and town saying she was bullied so badly for a year and a half that she had to be hospitalized for stress-related ailments that nearly killed her.Concord-Carlisle Faces $2 Million Bullying LawsuitAugust 6, 2013 | Christina Hagar | CBS Boston
Hankey?s attorney Timothy Burke said that all of those incidents were reported to school officials, and nothing was done to effectively address the situation, which made matters worse.Concord student files $2M lawsuit: claims bullyingAugust 6, 2013 | WCVB
Her lawyer, Timothy Burke, whose office is in Needham, said by phone Tuesday that Hankey never should have gone through this situation. He added that Hankey witnessed a level of maliciousness that goes ?way beyond some immature prank.Concord teen sues high school for neglecting bullyingAugust 6, 2013 | Dan Hausle | 7 News WHDH
A Concord teenager has sued Concord Carlisle High School for refusing to take more action when her life was threatened during her academic career there.