The family of a Westport, Connecticut girl has sued a Western Mass summer camp. They say when their 15-year old daughter was caught kissing a boy behind the arts and crafts shed, she was publicly humiliated and escorted from the camp by an armed guard. The suit against Camp Emerson in Hinsdale seeks damages in excess of $600,000.
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