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Bartender Beaten By Chicago Cop Anthony Abbate Awarded $850K Civil Judgment

Former bartender Karolina Obrycka looked visibly relieved Tuesday evening after a federal jury awarded her $850,000 in damages and found the City of Chicago and former police officer Anthony Abbate guilty of trying to cover up a 2007 beating handed to Obrycka by a drunken Abbate. [ more › ]
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