FEMALE BARTENDER BEATEN BY CHICAGO COP ANTHONY ABBATE CLAIMS THERE IS A "CODE OF SILENCE" WITH THE CHICAGO POLICE DEPARTMENT IN HER QUEST TO BECOME RICH OVER THIS INCIDENT - ISN'T THIS BROAD AN ILLEGAL FROM POLAND OR EUROPE? CAN'T WE JUST DEPORT HER ASS?Photo: Karolina Obrycka, left, Anthony Abbate
A federal jury will be allowed to hear a bartender’s allegation that Chicago police officers practiced a “code of silence” to protect a fellow officer caught on video brutally attacking her at the Northwest Side bar where she worked.
The ruling on Thursday by U.S. District Judge Amy St. Eve will allow lawyers for Karolina Obrycka to make that case to jurors in a civil lawsuit against ex-cop Anthony Abbate and the city.
On Feb. 19, 2007, Obrycka was punched and kicked repeatedly by Abbate at Jesse Shortstop Inn, 5425 W. Belmont Ave.
The beating was captured on surveillance video at the bar. The video was later shown around the world.
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