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Judge’s Decision Favors Greenwich Registrar DeCaro in Lawsuit over RTC Primary Petitions

The court dismissed the claims of Michael DeVita and Gail Lauridsen, but entered a judgment in favor of DeCaro in the claims from Susan Schieffelin and George Hritz. Schieffelin and Hritz said they disagreed with the judge’s interpretation and were exploring options regarding next steps. Continue Reading →

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Fired Police Captain Sues Greenwich, Multiple Individuals including First Selectman

The complaint alleges the Town retaliated against Captain Kordick for exercising his constitutionally protect right to off-duty political speech and alleges Fred Camillo, Jack Kriskey, Rich DiPreta and Peter Tesei interfered with his employment with the Town by revealing his identity to his employer, Greenwich Police Dept, after working in concert to obtain Kordick’s receipt from a sign store in Texas through deceit. Continue Reading →

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In Dueling Petition SNAFU, Defendants’ Attorney Argues Behavior was Obnoxious but Not Illegal

Four witnesses testified in Stamford Superior Court on behalf of Peter Bernstein, who is attempting to petition onto the ballot for BOE. All said they’d witnessed or been on receiving end of interruptions and interference during four incidents at the dump, train station and Tod’s Point. Continue Reading →

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von Keyserling Returns to Court, So Do Protestors

On Wednesday a group of about 20 waited for over an hour for von Keyserling to arrive at courthouse. They were armed with protest signs that read, “Nope,” “This New World Says No Sexual Assault,” and “The Gig is Up.” Continue Reading →

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von Keyserling to Return to Court in Stamford on Wednesday; Rally Against Sexual Assault Planned

Mr. von Keyserling is being represented by Philip Russell, who told Greenwich Free Press, “Any contact, if it occurred, it was trivial. And from my limited understanding was never meant to be malicious or sexual. The statute seems to require one or the other.” Continue Reading →

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