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Woman Assaulted During Occupy Wall Street By NYPD Starts Trial Decade Later Brain Issues

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon Maxwell Book
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 22 – During the Occupy Wall Street protests on March 21, 2012, Mary M. Tardif was supporting protested in Union Square when an officer threw her on the ground, she said, banging her head on the pavement.

  More than ten years later on June 22, 2022 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Kimba M. Wood began the trial. Inner City Press went and covered it.

   Tardif's lawyer, speaking from COVID protocol glassed-in box, told the jury about the assault, then previewed some of his client's brain injury and evidence.

There was been pre-trial motion practice about which expert testimony can some in.  

 Coming in is evidence about white matter hyperintensity. Plaintiff's counsel on June 22 described for the jury white matter surrounded by gray matter.

The case is Tardif v. City of New York, et al., 12-cv-4056 (Wood) 


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