Mom seeks Justice for her Son. In the matter of Oseni v The City of Hartford, now pending in Hartford Superior Court , The Estate of a young Man killed shortly after getting out of work on June 6, 2009, shot to death while waiting for his food at Pappas Pizza retains Attorney Paul Levin who sues the City of Hartford and the Town Police Chief among others. The scene of repeated instances of violence after hours controversies, when the Downtown Hartford Night clubs empty out ” Pappas Pizza” became venue to hoodlums and misfits with no resident security personnel.
Despite the City's adoption of a Municipal Ordinance Requiring consideration for a Police Detail For After Hours Establishments based upon factors enumerated in the ordinance nothing was done. Also, Crowd Control and dispersion techniques Following an Earlier Shooting at a nightclub down the street called “The Mansion” appears lacking as well. The City of Hartford ailed to order a curfew and crowd dispersion when twenty five minutes before a gang related shooting occurred and a large noisy crowd had filled Pappas Pizza before things got out of control.
Nearby Hartford police officers were standing outside and actually commenting to each other that the place was overcrowded. When trouble started inside nobody could get out or in expeditiously when trouble started beginning with verbal altercations and chairs being thrown.