Stafford deputy refutes lawsuit's 'th...

Stafford deputy refutes lawsuit's 'thinly veiled attempt' to portray him as racist

A recent lawsuit against a Stafford County deputy uses inflammatory terms in a thinly veiled attempt to falsely portray the officer as racist, according to attorneys for the deputy. Attorneys for Deputy Scott Fulford, who is being sued over a disputed arrest in April 2017, filed court papers Friday asking a federal judge to strike the lawsuit's claims that the case exemplifies the "risks of driving while black" and resulted from "contempt of cop."

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