NYPD officer loses bid to carry gun
By Dareh Gregorian
The New York Post
NEW YORK — A cop involved in the infamous shooting death of Amadou Diallo isn't entitled to get his gun back, a federal judge has ruled.
Kenneth Boss, acquitted of criminal charges and cleared of wrongdoing by the NYPD Firearms Discharge Review Board, said in his Manhattan federal court suit that being deprived of a gun has led to his being "regarded as a pariah" and "forced to endure regular taunts because of his duty status," including "the mocking moniker 'Kenny No-Gun.' "
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