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Federal suit filed in fatal shooting

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Mother of deceased asks for punitive and actual damages

By Linda Ireland

 

The mother of a man shot and killed by a LaRue County deputy in December has filed a wrongful death suit in U.S. District Court, western district.

Carolyn Chaudoin, administrator of the estate of Thomas Earl Ferguson, named Deputy James Eric Williamson, the LaRue County Sheriff’s office and LaRue County in the complaint.

She claims gross negligence and requests payment of attorney fees and expenses, actual damages, punitive damages and compensatory damages for pain and suffering, humiliation, emotional distress, funeral expenses and medical expenses.


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