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Convicted Rapist Mislinked to 2d Rape Amends Complaint Against Parole Officer and Tabloid

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 5 – Back in July 2021 Christopher Aniades filed a lawsuit about having a charged against him of exceeding curfew, a violation of parole, misreported as being for attempted forcible rape.

He'd served 30 years for raping and murdering a teenager in 1981. But the 2019 charge was not for rape.    His July 2021 complaint included a photo of the New York Post of September 7, 2019 with the headline, "Convicted rapist killer strikes again in NYC after getting out of jail."

The Post subsequently corrected it, after NYC DOC corrected its database. But the NY Post is the lead (but not only) defendant in Aniades' case.  

In September 2022, the office of NYS Attorney General Laetitia James moved to dismiss all claims against Parole Revocation Specialist Katarzyna Lis-Johnson.  

And in October 2022 Aniades filed an amended complain, which Inner City Press found in the docket of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York along with a notice of deficient pleading.    The Post is represented by Davis Wright Tremaine LLP.

It seems reasonable that a media can rely on and republish the contents of the NYC DOC website.

 Inner City Press will continue to cover the case. It is Aniades v. New York Post, et al., 21-cv-5975 (McMahon).


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