Connecticut decider dismisses dual lawsuits opposite WWE
November 11, 2016 - WWE
STAMFORD — A U.S. District Court decider in Connecticut has discharged dual prejudicial genocide lawsuits filed opposite Stamford-based World Wrestling Entertainment by a families of dual late wrestlers.
Relatives of Nelson Frazier and Matthew Osborne had filed prejudicial genocide claims opposite WWE, alleging that Frazier and Osborne’s deaths resulted from dire mind injuries suffered while they worked for WWE and that WWE’s loosening or fake control contributed to their injuries.
“Not usually have plaintiffs unsuccessful to plausibly lay that their decedent had CTE, conjunction plaintiff has purported contribution joining their decendent’s genocide with (chronic trauatic encephalopathy),” Judge Vanessa Bryant wrote Thursday in her decision.
Under Connecticut law, a wrongthful genocide box contingency lay “specific contribution given to uncover a trustworthy tie between a genocide of a decedent and a prejudicial control purported opposite a defendant,” Bryant said.