Chicago Officer Convicted of Battery on Bartender
June 04, 2009
A hulking Chicago police officer who claimed he pummeled a female bartender half his size because he thought he was in danger was found guilty Tuesday of aggravated battery.
Judge John Fleming rejected Anthony Abbate's claim that he acted in self defense when he threw, punched, and kicked Karolina Obrycka as she tended bar in February 2007 in an attack caught on a tavern security tape. The altercation happened after she refused to serve him more drinks.
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