The U.S. Justice Department has called on the federal court in Boston to reconsider a False Claims Act lawsuit filed against the Brockton, Mass., Police Department by a police detective who alleges he was fired in retaliation for assisting someone who was falsely arrested. Former homicide detective Ken Williams, who has been with the Brockton Police Department for 15 years, filed the lawsuit under the whistleblower provisions of the False Claims Act in 2012. The Justice Department investigated Mr. Williams’ allegations but declined to intervene. The lawsuit was then unsealed and a federal judge dismissed some of its key allegations. ... Read More
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