See complaint here.
From Brian Lockhart, CT Post:
An ex-assistant police chief who competed for the job of running the force has filed a lawsuit after the man who got that position, Armando Perez, earlier this month pleaded guilty to helping rig the exam process for his benefit.
James Nardozzi in his Oct. 9 lawsuit alleges that had Bridgeport’s 2018 police chief search been a fair one, he would have been among the top three finalists whose names were submitted to Mayor Joe Ganim and “a clear front-runner for the position.”
But, Nardozzi claims, because of the conspiracy by Perez and former personnel head David Dunn to ensure Perez was a finalist, Nardozzi instead came in fourth on the list and suffered emotional distress, damage to his reputation and a financial loss.
Full story here.