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LIRR rider acquitted in cell phone fight

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LIRR rider acquitted in cell phone fight

Self-appointed Long Island Rail Road decorum enforcer John Clifford was found not guilty of assault Tuesday in an incident where he was accused of yelling at a man talking on his cell phone and slapping a woman's hand.


Judge Larry Stephen in Manhattan Criminal Court found no criminal intent in Clifford's actions and acquitted him of the third-degree assault charge and other charges, including attempted petty larceny, second-degree harassment and disorderly conduct.


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