City officer in skull-fragment case reinstated

Full story: Stamford Advocate

The city will not appeal a state Labor Department ruling to reinstate police Officer Liam Callahan, a nine-year veteran fired last fall for taking a skull fragment from the scene of a May 2005 accident.

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Samantha Caviola

Poughkeepsie, NY

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Mar 6, 2007
 
I am Alfred Caviola's Grandaughter and I think this is really sick and disrespectful to my family. I stand behind and respect police officers but i think norwalk has the worst and most disgusting selection of police officers. I dont want police officers like that helping my country when they are technically stomping and spitting all over it. This is my family and family is people and people have feelings. If Callahan dies his skull would make the perfect ashtray.
Ken

Norwalk, CT

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May 13, 2013
 
Only at the Norwalk police department

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