Billings police officers who were suspended for having sex on duty want their records sealed.

The officers were disciplined for having sex with a civilian employee on the job. Noting they didn't break any laws, the officers previously asked a judge to keep their names private to spare their families from more pain and suffering.

In advance of a court hearing, the Billings Gazette says the officers' lawyers argued in a court filing that any records, including those in personnel files, shouldn't be made public.

The filing called media attempts to identify the cops as a "witch hunt that is destroying peoples' lives and families."

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