Archive: Chimp Attack and Aftermath
Charla Nash smiles for a photo with Travis, who is inside his cage at Sandra Herold''s house. (PHOTO COURTESY OF SANDRA HEROLD)
December 8, 2009
Charla Nash's family members said they have mixed feelings but were ultimately accepting of a decision by prosecutors not to charge Sandra Herold, owner of the chimpanzee that mauled Nash in February.
November 12, 2009
Charla Nash had not shown her face publicly since the February attack that made her a national fascination, a woman mauled by a chimpanzee, left to live with no hands, nose, lips or eyes.
June 4, 2009
In the waning hours of the regular legislative session Wednesday, state lawmakers revived and unanimously approved a previously stalled bill prompted by the Stamford chimpanzee attack - a ban on the private ownership of gorillas, chimpanzees and orangutans.
May 7, 2009
A judge agreed to freeze at least $10 million worth of assets belonging to the owner of a chimpanzee who savagely attacked a woman in February.
April 7, 2009
It will likely take two years and numerous surgeries to reconstruct the face of Charla Nash, the Stamford woman who lost both hands and parts of her face during a savage chimpanzee attack this year.
March 1, 2009
'NOTHING LEFT FOR ME'
Stone walls line the roads of this city's historic Scofieldtown section, a picturesque community with spacious homes and sprawling yards.
February 21, 2009
Distraught and angry, Sandra Herold railed against the news media Friday over its portrayal of her relationship with her pet chimpanzee, Travis.
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