2 Veteran Fire Chiefs On Hook for $55G In Drug-Test-Leak Case

Sarah Dorsey reports:

They’ll be shelling out $55,000—but they could have been on the hook for much more.

The former head of the FDNY’s biggest anti-affirmative-action group and a retired fire officer have agreed to pay $45,000 and $10,000, respectively, to settle a lawsuit charging they leaked personal information—including the results of a drug test—to the New York Post about one of the litigants in the Federal civil-rights trial against the FDNY.

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Background on the lawsuit can be found in this New York Post coverage from February, 2015.

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