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Anthony Bologna Lawsuit

Anthony Bologna Lawsuit

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Bologna is a defendant in a lawsuit claiming civil rights violations and wrongful arrests at protests during the Republican National Convention in 2004.
Bologna is a defendant in a lawsuit claiming civil rights violations and wrongful arrests at protests during the Republican National Convention in 2004.

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Case 1:07-cv-07583-RJS-JCF Document 1 Filed 08/27/07 Page 1 of 11
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURTSOUTHERN DISTRICT
OF
NEW YORK
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POSR
A.
POSR,Plaintiff,
against -
P.O.
TULlO CAMEJO, Shield
No.
16515,INSPECTOR ANTHONY BOLOGNA, MICHAELR BLOOMBERG, RAYMOND
W.
KELLY,JOSEPH
J.
ESPOSITO, THE CITY
OF
NEW YORK
and
CONNIE FISHMAN,
Defendants.
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COMPLAINT ANDJURY TRIAL DEMANDPlaintiff, POSR
A.
POSR,
by
his attorney, ALAN
D.
LEVINE, ESQ.,
as
and for
his
complaint herein, hereby
alleges
as follows:
JURISDICTION
1.
This
is
a
civil
action, seeking compensatory damages, punitive damages
and
attorney's fees.
2.
This action
is
brought pursuant
to
42 U.S.C. §§1983
and
1988 and thefirst, fourth and fourteenth amendments to the Constitution of the United States.
3.
Jurisdiction
is
founded upon 28 U.S.C. §§1331
and
1343.
VENUE
4.
Venue
is
properly alleged
in
the Southern District of New York
in
that the
acts
complained
of
herein occurred
within this
District.
JURY TRIAL DEMAND
5.
Plaintiff hereby demands a trial by jury of
all
issues
in
this action that are
,
so
triable.
I
,
,
;,
II
"
PARTIES
 
Case 1:07-cv-07583-RJS-JCF Document 1 Filed 08/27/07 Page 2 of 11
6.
At
all
times relevant hereto, plaintiff, POSR
A.
POSR, was
and
is
a naturalperson, resident
in
the County, City and State of New York.
7.
At
all
times relevant hereto, defendant
P.O.
TUllO
CAMEJO, Shield
No.
16515 (hereinafter "CAMEJO") was
and
is
a natural person, employed
as
a policeofficer by the Police Department of defendant CITY
OF
NEW YORK.
8.
At
all
times relevant hereto, defendant INSPECTOR ANTHONY
I
BOLOGNA (hereinafter "BOLOGNA") was and is a natural person, employed, at thetime of the incidents alleged herein,
as
a Captain by the Police Department of defendantCITY
OF
NEW
YORK
9.
At
all
times relevant hereto, defendant MICHAEL
R.
BLOOMBERG(hereinafter "BLOOMBERG") was and
is
a natural person, employed
as
Mayor ofdefendant CITY
OF
NEW YORK.10. At
all
times relevant hereto, defendant RAYMOND W. KELLY (hereinafter"KELLY") was
and
is
a natural person, employed
as
Commissioner of the PoliceDepartment of defendant CITY
OF
NEW YORK.
11.
At
all
times relevant hereto, defendant JOSEPH
J.
ESPOSITO (hereinafter"ESPOSITO") was
and
is
a natural person, employed
as
Chief of the Police Departmentof defendant CITY
OF
NEW YORK.
12.
At
all
times relevant hereto, defendant CITY
OF
NEW YORK (hereinafter
"CITY")
was
and
is
a
municipal corporation, organized
and
existing
pursuant
to
the
laws
of the State of New York.
13.
At all
times relevant hereto, defendant CONNIE FISHMAN (hereinafter"FISHMAN") was
and
is
a natural person, employed as President of the Hudson River
 
Case 1:07-cv-07583-RJS-JCF Document 1 Filed 08/27/07 Page 3 of 11
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II
Park Trust.
14.
Defendants CAMEJO, BOLOGNA, BLOOMBERG, KELLY
and
ESPOSITO,
are sued
in
their individual capacities as
well
as
in
their capacities
as
employees of defendant CITY.
FACTS COMMON TO ALL CAUSES OF ACTION
15.
Plaintiff repeats, reiterates and realleges each and
every
allegationcontained
in
paragraphs "1" through "14" hereinabove
as
if more fully set forth at length
herein.
16.
On
or
about August 31,2004, at approximately 5:45 P.M., at or near theintersection of Union Square West
and
East
15
th
Street,
in
the County, City
and
State ofNew York, plaintiff was lawfully present, protesting certain policies of the United States
government.
17. While plaintiff was engaged
in
the aforementioned political discussion,
defendant BOLOGNA directed a group of police officers
to
surround plaintiff.
18.
Plaintiff attempted
to
leave the aforementioned location, but was
prevented from doing
so
by
police officers acting pursuant
to
the orders of defendant
BOLOGNA.
19.
Plaintiff was placed under arrest
by
defendant CAMEJO, pursuant to theorders of defendant BOLOGNA.20. Plaintiff was restrained with plastic handcuffs.21. Plaintiff was charged with two counts of disorderly conduct
and
one count
of
harassment
in
thesecond
degree,
all of which
are
violations.

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