AIDA GUZMAN, the woman now widely known for being punched in the face by a veteran Philly cop, visited City Hall Friday to receive a personal apology from Mayor Nutter.
Guzman, 39, of Chester, still had a bruised lip from the blow by Lt. Jonathan D. Josey II during a Puerto Rican Day celebration on Sunday in North Philadelphia. Her attorney, Enrique Latoison, called the 15-minute private sit-down with the mayor a "heartfelt meeting."
Nutter had already publicly apologized for the attack, which was captured on video and quickly went viral online. But he said he wanted to give that message to Guzman personally.