Stratford mayor pushes back rally against police brutality

Stratford Mayor Jim Miron (D-Stratford) has rescheduled a rally against police brutality. The rally was initially set for Saturday, but was pushed back a week to give the town more time to prepare.

News 12 Staff

Jul 6, 2006, 10:47 PM

Updated 6,532 days ago

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Stratford mayor pushes back rally against police brutality
Stratford Mayor Jim Miron (D-Stratford) has rescheduled a rally against police brutality.
The rally was initially set for Saturday, but was pushed back a week to give the town more time to prepare. Miron met with Councilman Alvin O?Neal and the NAACP to find out how many are expected to attend the rally and what kind of traffic implications it will have. Police brutality has been an issue in Stratford since O?Neal accused Corporal David Gugliotti of using excessive force while arresting a 15-year-old girl in March.
The rally will now be held Saturday, July 15, on the Town Green outside Stratford Town Hall. It will begin at noon. Organizers are expecting as many as 400 people to show up.
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