Friday, June 4, 2010

NYC: $9.9M Settlement For Man Framed By Cop

NY Post: A man who spent 18 years behind bars after he was framed for murder by mob cop Louis Eppolito settled his civil suit with the city today for $9.9 million.

The city agreed to the whopping payout for Barry Gibbs, 62, this morning, just days before his case was set to go to trial in Brooklyn federal court.

"Mr. Gibbs is very happy," said his lawyer Nick Brustin. "We uncovered massive misconduct in the police department. What was most shocking was how brazen it was."

Gibbs, a former postal worker with a drug history, was convicted of strangling prostitute Virginia Robertson in 1988.


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