New York shop owner who called cops on BLM protesters ordered to pay $  4.5K

The judge’s ruling stemmed from a lawsuit by state Attorney General Letitia James against David Elmendorf, スケネクタディのバンピーのポーラーフリーズの元オーナー, 約 167 ニューヨーク市の北マイル.

Under the ruling, Elmendorf must pay $ 500 each to nine protesters he harassed, totaling $ 4,500.

Elmendorf’s defense attorney, James Mermigis, said the allegations werecategorically falseand that his client’s name was being smeared. Mermigis said Elmendorf was never properly served a summons, so no defense was made in court.

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New York State Attorney General Letitia James speaks at a news conference, 火曜日, 8月. 3, 2021, ニューヨーク市で.  (AP通信)

New York State Attorney General Letitia James speaks at a news conference, 火曜日, 8月. 3, 2021, ニューヨーク市で. (AP通信)

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