Bexar County repeatedly honored deputy who died of COVID-19. Now they’re suing his widow.
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More than two years after her husband became the first Bexar County Sheriff’s deputy to die of complications from COVID-19, Pauline Pezina De La Fuente continues a drawn out legal battle for his county death benefits.
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