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Retired NYPD Narcotics Detective called a ‘Nappy-Headed Ho’ Settles Lawsuit Against the City for $130K

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A former NYPD narcotics detective called a “nappy-headed ho” by her sergeant will receive $130,000 from the city to settle her federal suit.

The sergeant, Michael Cantatore, will also have to cough up $1,500 of his own money to pay retired Detective Aretha Williams.
Cantatore retired from the force before any disciplinary action was taken against him; Williams retired in 2009.
“She feels Cantatore was never punished for his behavior,” said Williams’ lawyer, Eric Sanders.

About Eric Sanders

Eric Sanders is the owner and president of The Sanders Firm, P.C., a new generation law firm concentrating in civil rights
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