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Cro-Mags Founder Slapped With Lawsuit After Stabbing Member Of The Band


Harley Flanagan Harley Flanagan, the founder of the Cro-Mags, has been slapped with a lawsuit by two of the men who accuse him of stabbing them last summer at a Webster Hall concert.
Police arrested Flanagan, 46, last July on felony charges after they said, he slashed Michael Couls with a knife. He is also being sued by William Bernardo Jr. from the same incident for being slashed over his left eye.

A judge dismissed the charges in December after witnesses failed to materialize and the case evaporated.

Webster Hall are also defendants in the lawsuit. Couls and Bernardo accused them of failing to provide adequate security.


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    June 27, 2013

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