A Madison Avenue business has filed a lawsuit against the city for allowing the rioters to go wild.
They looted and burned businesses with impunity with the mayor tying the hands of the police to prevent them from stopping them riots.
The case is expected to become a class action suit, with damages expected to hit $100 million dollars.
Between May 29th and June 9th looters and rioters damaged 450 businesses in New York with de Blasio obstructing the police from doing their jobs.
The police are now putting in their retirement papers at a record pace of 400% over the last year.
Mayor de Blasio is considering a new plan to take away $1 billion in police funding.
Domus Design Center (DDC) on 134 Madison Ave has filed a lawsuit against Governor Andrew Cuomo, Mayor de Blasio, the police department and others with failure to protect the business against the rioters.
The city didn’t even pretend to try to stop the vandals and looters.
Sal Strazzullo, the lawyer who represents DDC said:
“Cuomo should have worried about hospital reform instead of bail reform. Getting a free pass, some criminals were not able to be detained pending trial and now we have looters. Who’d have imagined we’d have to board up our stores? We’re not in Afghanistan. Places like Saks Fifth, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Rolex being bombed out?”
“Where are our tax dollars going? Rocks, bricks thrown? Glass smashed? Merchandise stolen? Thrown out? People hurt? Millions lost? Businesses destroyed? Lives crushed? Not protecting commercial properties is negligence of duty. It’s looters against New York City and state.”
Strazzullo says that businesses in NYC pay a fortune in taxes and has every right to expect the police to protect them against rioters and looters.
Maybe they should expect it in an ideal world but NYC is a liberal city so you should expect nothing but higher taxes from here on in.