Tuesday, January 15, 2013

The school bus drivers go on strike. Mike Bloomberg does that every weekend. Most of the time he isn't missed, but once it did mtter. Remember?

Mike Bloomberg was in his palatial mansion in Bermuda abd the deputy mayor was at home (in Washington DC), possibly beating his wife. At first Mike denied that there had ever been a problem, then he and his media lapdogs tried to blame Sanitation workers. Remember? People died. Yeah.
Yes, Mikey was on his usual AWOL weekend and his deputy was at his home in Washington DC.

Mayor Bloomberg's luxurious mansion in Bermuda.


Mayor Bloomberg's luxurious mansion in Bermuda.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/detainees-freed-guantanamo-bay-prison-neighbors-mayor-bloomberg-bermuda-article-1.376758#ixzz2I6shAEOK


Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lawsuit-mayor-bloomberg-city-responsible-woman-death-december-2010-blizzard-article-1.1164382#ixzz2I6qWJbmw

NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 28:  A bulldozer with the Independent Environmental Services Incorporate (IESI) NY Corporation helps clears snow from West 50th Street on December 28, 2010 in New York City. Two days after a blizzard pounded the city many of the city's streets remain unclear.  (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)


Sandra Pascal's lawsuit claims Mayor Bloomberg and city are responsible for her sister's death during 2010 blizzard.

The sister of a woman who died in the day-after-Christmas blizzard of 2010 filed a lawsuit Thursday against Mayor Bloomberg and his top aides, claiming their actions led to her death.
Kathleen Thomas suffered a heart attack after slipping on an icy sidewalk around 2 a.m. on Dec. 27 in front of 45 Jefferson St., on the eastern edge of Chinatown, court records show.
Her sister, Sandra Pascal of the Bronx, said relatives called 911 several times and were assured an ambulance was coming.
Help didn’t arrive for two hours and 10 minutes, according to papers filed Thursday in Manhattan Supreme Court. Thomas was dead when medics arrived and was taken to the morgue.
The day before, the sixth-largest snowstorm in New York history had dumped 20 inches of snow, burying city streets under four-foot drifts. Pascal claims Bloomberg and his aides failed to declare a snow emergency and deployed plows poorly. She filed a similar suit in federal court, which was dismissed on jurisdictional grounds.
A spokeswoman for the Law Department said city lawyers would “evaluate the new complaint upon receipt.”

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/lawsuit-mayor-bloomberg-city-responsible-woman-death-december