Former state prosecutor:
Kidnapping charges still possible
Litchfield County State’s Attorney David Shepack, who succeeded Frank Maco, declined to comment. However, Mark Dupuis, spokesman for Chief State’s Attorney Kevin Kane, said: “There is nothing pending at this time. If we were to receive a complaint, it would be reviewed and the appropriate action taken.” Dupuis declined to respond to questions regarding the viability of potential kidnapping charges.
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Cool Justice Editor’s Note: Kidnapping in the first degree is a Class A felony for which there is no statute of limitations; more to come on that element in follow-ups … New Connecticut Magazine post looks forward to the Oscars, notes Woody’s most recent denial of wrongdoing and links to Dylan Farrow's letter to the New York Times.
From @connecticutmag: #WoodyAllen case story: 'He put his finger in my vagina ... He kissed me all over...'
Prosecutor's '93 probable cause statement:
Click on image for better view; complete statement at Connecticut Magazine
Page Six clips from 1995; click on images for better viewing: