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Wednesday, December 22, 2004
Le Chateau Case Getting Coverage Nationwide
The Chicago Tribune has run an article on the Le Chateau lawsuit. It's very much weighted against the co-opers, but I think some of the comments are kind of funny. My favorite section of the article:
Sobbed? Noisy neighbors are making these people cry? I'd hate to see these people when they're filing their taxes.
Neighbor Michelle Pellegrin, who rents rooms in her house to student boarders, said she was horrified to look into a Chateau window and see someone intravenously administering drugs about the time a heroin bust had occurred there.
I an just see this woman staring into rooms with binoculars, trying to find dirt. If she was that concerned about the drug use, she should have called the cops.
Plaintiff John Caner, president of the Willard Neighborhood Association, talked about looking inside Le Chateau: "In my opinion, it looks like one of the worst New York subway stations."
Oh come on now.
In any event, I think that the testimony portion of the case has been wrapped up, and there will be a ruling within the next four weeks.Email This Post!
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