In early February 2004, an attractive, 31-year-old woman transferred into Ronald Masi’s course in criminal justice management at Norwalk Community College. She hoped he would teach her how to stop bad guys.

But within days, according to a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by the woman, the teacher, other criminal justice department faculty members and college officials acted like bad guys themselves.

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