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For 40 years, Tyler Fox has specialized in representing the victims of sexual harassment, assault, and abuse. Fox brings not only experience, but respect, and compassion into the courtroom, fighting to earn justice and compensation for those who are deserving.

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Combat veteran felt ‘completely degraded’ after Frontier Airlines allowed man who sexually assaulted her to go free

After a six-year stint in the U.S. Army including a tour in Afghanistan where she was injured, 49-year-old veteran Lena Ramsay came home and found solace and healing in travel. She takes more than a dozen flights per year, mostly around the U.S. and to the East Coast to visit friends from her time in active combat.

“Taking advantage of low-cost airfare and traveling around the country has saved my life — just being able to get out of the area and travel has been really good for me,” she said. “All of that changed on October 20.”

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Waltham officials accused of threats

Councilor’s tenant seeks investigation

Paul Brasco, president of the Waltham City Council, and a Waltham police officer are at the center of an internal affairs investigation that found they visited one of Brasco’s properties over the winter to identify tenants the councilor said he is trying to evict.

Brittany says a maintenance worker wore a badge that also indicated he was a Corrections Officer.

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Former inmate says she was sexually assaulted, multiple times, by jail staffer

A local woman says she was sexually assaulted more than a year ago while incarcerated at the Western Massachusetts Regional Women’s Correctional Center and the man she says did it still faces no criminal charges. 

The 26-year-old woman, whom Boston 25 News is only identifying as Brittany, says she was convicted of a misdemeanor in 2016 and landed in a low-security section of the correctional center.

Brittany says a maintenance worker wore a badge that also indicated he was a Corrections Officer.

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25 Investigates: Patients claim loophole allows doctors to get away with misconduct

BOSTON – Time is running out for legislation to pass that would close a dangerous loophole that prevents doctors from being prosecuted on many claims of sexual assault and misconduct.

Last year, 25 Investigates first reported on patients’ claims that they were victims of sexual assault or misconduct, but were not getting justice in Massachusetts.  They blamed a loophole in the law that prevents patients’ cases from moving forward. 

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For many survivors of sexual assault, justice is hard to find

Beneath the surface of the #MeToo movement, after survivors of sexual assault confront the people who victimized them, legal justice is often hard to find.

“That instant, when I was 4 years old, changed the trajectory of my life,” said Amie Rotondi.

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ONLY ON 11 NEWS: Local Army veteran sexually assaulted on red-eye flight

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KKTV) A local army veteran, attacked in the sky. She can’t believe what a fellow passenger did to her on a frontier flight and she can’t believe what happened next. Only 11 News Anchor Don Ward talked to that victim.

Lena Ramsay took a Frontier red-eye from Denver to Providence to visit friends last month.

She started drifting off to sleep.

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