New York Post Updated: Mon., Oct. 25, 2010, 3:43 PM home Lawsuit in hosp attack By JOE MOLLICA and WILLIAM J. GORTA A violent prisoner left uncuffed and unguarded in a Brooklyn hospital bashed a worker who was taking care of him, a lawsuit charges. Justin Houston — who was hauled to Brookdale Hospital by cops — lay in wait for Roxanne Sinclair, hiding his unbound arms under a blanket, the 50-year-old nurse’s assistant alleges. The cop who was supposed […]
Held said. “The reason why he failed is that he was either diverting or mismanaging the money, not putting it into the construction. When work stopped, the building looked like a war zone and it’s only because Anglo-Irish Bank was good enough to provide additional money to finish a lot of the construction while the building was in receivership that 225 Rector became livable for the tenants in recent months.”
“The Second Circuit got it right, there was no basis for an injunction and hopefully, the developers will do the right thing and return all the money to those who were under contract,” Held said.