A high school security guard who lost nearly all sight in his right eye when he was attacked by a student cannot sue the district whose principal he claims failed to come to his aid, a Nassau, N.Y., judge has ruled.

Supreme Court Justice Michele M. Woodard ruled in Stinson v. Roosevelt U.F.S.D., 017749/05, that Roosevelt Union Free School District owed no special duty to Willie Stinson, who worked as a security guard at its junior-senior high school.

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