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Slashing of Prisoner on Rikers Island Unearths Names Of 2 Corrections Officers in SDNY Case

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Sept 6 – Milton Simon was incarcerated on Rikers Island on August 22, 2016 in his bed "in Dorm 1-Upper when two individuals entered the dorm area and cut him on his arm and on his left cheek."

He sued the NYC Department of Corrections and two unnamed corrections officers.      

     On September 3 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrate Judge Sarah Netburn took up the case. Inner City Press is covering it.     The NYC Law Department had identifed the two corrections officers assigned to 1-Upper-A- and B- posts.

On September 3 Judge Netburn directed that the caption of the case by amended to to add C.O. M. Mills and C.O. Alvarez, Shield No. 12053.

For now, the case is Simon v. City of New York Department of Corrections, 18-cv-12063 (Cronan / Netburn)


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