A disabled man who claims he was mocked, physically abused and ultimately fired from the Westchester County Parks Department will be able to proceed to trial and possibly recover damages from the county and three of its employees.

Southern District of New York Judge William C. Conner expressed shock at the allegations of mistreatment made by Anthony Costabile and rejected several of the defendant’s arguments as absurd as he denied the bulk of the motions to dismiss in Costabile v. County of Westchester, 06 Civ. 3329.

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