Two of the five William Paterson University students who were accused of an on-campus gang rape last fall, but were cleared of the charges when a grand jury refused to indict them, have filed notices indicating their intent to sue the school, which is public, as well as its president, director of public safety and others.

The tort claim notices were mailed out Feb. 4 on behalf of students Garrett Collick, of Paterson, N.J., and Noah Williams, of Camden, N.J., as well as Williams’ mother, Nancy Williams.

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