Sypher, mother vow not to back down
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Judy Cunigan sits in the darkened living room of her modest house in Louisville's South End. The blinds are drawn on this spring afternoon. The doors are dead-bolted.
She is fearful. And she is furious.
"I want to kill him," she says, "for what he's done to my family."
The object of her rage is arguably the most popular and powerful man in town: Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino.
What Cunigan alleges Pitino has ...
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