There is still no end in sight for the civil rights litigation stemming from the retaking of Attica prison in 1971.

Twenty-eight years after 41 prisoners and hostages were killed in the aftermath of a prison riot,the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit yesterday ordered a newtrial for the only public official found liable for the brutal retaliationinflicted by corrections officers.

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