Judge finds W. Plains mayor guilty of abuse

A judge today found White Plains Mayor Adam Bradley guilty of abuse in the domestic violence trial filed against him by his wife, Fumiko.

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Bradley was found guilty of a total of five out of 10 counts that were filed against him.

Fumiko Bradley had testified to years of physical and emotional abuse at the hands of her husband, but only filed charges after she said he threw hot tea at her and slammed her hand in a door.

Bradley had maintained his innocence throughout the trial, claiming in his most recent testimony that his wife was the true aggressor. Bradley added that he plans to appeal today's ruling.

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