Thin skin suits him.
A partner in the Manhattan law firm that raked in hundreds of millions of dollars representing 10,000 Ground Zero workers is soliciting those clients to sue Saudi Arabia for sponsoring the 9/11 attacks.
“There is nothing you need to do at this time. We will be preparing a lawsuit and filing it on your behalf,” reads an e-mail sent to the clients by Napoli Law, the new firm of Paul Napoli.
The Baltimore Police Department faces a lawsuit for doctoring evidence in order to secure the wrongful conviction of Sabein Burgess, imprisoned for 19 years until courts finally dismissed murder charges.
On Wednesday, the Southern Poverty Law Center published an exposé on a case against the Baltimore Police Department, alleging that they doctored evidence to secure the conviction of a black man, but the tale is not on the substance of the dispute but rather the attorney defending city cops against charges of prejudice and malfeasance.
Representing Baltimore in the dispute, attorney Glen Keith Allen has a checkered past that includes robust support for one of America’s most notorious hate groups, the neo-Nazi National Alliance (NA). Allen is a longtime donor and member of the organization, which was founded by William Pierce, the author of a novel that served as a blueprint for the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing.