A prominent NYC lawyer’s home went under attack in a bid to oust the homeless.
Sources confirmed how the vandals splattered the front side of the residence using Grafitti blaring. But what did it say?
From ‘Randy Mastro you can’t displace us’ to ‘F**k you Randy,’ you could see it all. And that was right after the lawyer stood up for a group of residents in a bid to close down the famous West 79th Street Hotel. Moreover, this place houses plenty of homeless men.
Mastro is a well-renowned lawyer from Manhattan under another prominent name, Rudy Giuliani. Sources confirmed how the influential lawyer wasn’t home during the time of the vandalizing attack.
However, he did receive alerts thanks to his trustworthy neighbors. Moreover, the neighbors also had their homes vandalized by the same miscreants. Both parties then went on reporting the crimes to the New York Police Department. The officers decided to begin an investigation into the matter at the nearest date.
One would clearly witness plenty of red paint splashed over the front door with words like a prick as well as shame, printed all over. The rather derogatory statements were created using pink and red paint. This included areas such as the building’s facades and the sidewalk too.
Mastro took to social media to release a series of public statements that condemned the act. ‘This is truly very sad to see genuine debates relating to serious issues turn into an act of vandalism.’ Moreover, he explained how tragic it is for the vandal to attack his family home too.
He concluded by exclaiming that whoever did this are in fact criminals. And how they need to deal with justice. Meanwhile, the famous lawyers explain how these types of scenarios don’t intimidate him and how the vandals picked out the wrong person.
‘I will make sure that I’m a passionate lawyer against all of those who believe in housing homeless people at SRO hotels.
Here, they simply don’t get the services that they deserve,’ he exclaimed.Hence, that’s why he thinks that it’s proper for these people to get accommodation to a location where they can roam around freely with adequate services.
‘The city says that it intends on doing just that. And for that reason, I believe in advocating for it. And that is the just and humane thing to do’, he spoke boldly.