The Connecticut nurse who was shot by a patient at a hospital has filed notice that he may sue the town of Newtown.
At issue? The way local police dealt with the elderly suspect the day before the shooting.
Stanley Lupienski , 86, went to the Newtown police department on March 1 and police had an ambulance take him to the hospital because he appeared in need of medical help.
Police Chief Michael Kehoe has says Lupienski committed no crime that day and "he appeared to be in some type of medical crisis."
Lupienski smuggled a gun into the hospital and was sitting in the hallway of the hospital's cardiac unit when he shot Hull. Lupinski has been ruled incompetent to stand trial.
Rosen tells the paper that if an individual intends to sue a town, that person must notify the town of that intent within six months of the incident.