Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Red Paint Splattered All Over Court Street Law Office

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Sometime over the week-end, someone splattered quite a bit of paint on the storefront at 351 Court Street, located between Union Street and President Street. And not just any paint. It would appear that it is oil based paint, which will be very difficult to remove.
This is the office of Ira Levine and  Domenick Napoletano, two lawyers who have been at this location for many years now.
Any idea who did this and why?




8 comments:

Anonymous said...

The word on the street is that one of the lawyers evicted a tenant recently, and this was the tenant showing his/her displeasure. Take it with a grain of salt, but that's what people are saying.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the tenant should have paid their rent, then.

Anonymous said...

Doesn't suprise me - those lawyers represent anyone for a buck. they've been on the immoral side of many a case, I know from personal experience.

Anonymous said...

What a shame. I had a FANTASTIC experience with Ira Levine. We used him when we bought our place and he could not have been more professional and thorough, often going above and beyond what was required.

Anonymous said...

We know Domenick Napoletano to be both moral and professional. He's the President of the Brooklyn Bar Association and has earned the respect of lawyers and judges alike. This act was uncalled for and nothing short of cowardliness.

Anonymous said...

the responsible person(s) should be found and prosecuted. and to justify personel property damage based on character assination and one's opinion of what is "immoral" is as bad as the crime itself..

Anonymous said...

I know for a fact that Ira Levine was on vacation and that this symbolic 'blood' red X was meant for Domenick Napoletano for something he'd done, or failed to do (the usual) and someone wanted to send a very clear message to make the displeasure known to all.
It is also my understanding that Domenick has a fully functioning security system that films everyone both outside and inside the office. I think he did get the message, the pictures of whodunit and he's plain old fashioned scared of this one. He usually acts cruel to those who humbly come for help I the form of the elderly, women and children. Sad story, but easy to see he really understands this act and Is frightened of this doer!
Bravo for truth, justice and the American way! I would love a copy of his film.

Anonymous said...

Who is the "WE" you are referring to when you speak of Domenick Napoletano as being both moral, and/ or professional? Respected or repelled and ridiculed by his peers and judges; especially on the rotation of The Brooklyn Bar Presidency.... Whomever sells the most fundraising tickets for the sole purpose of fighting for a title which might bail him out of the many problems he creates for himself after he doesn't show up for a client or do an important filing for a client on time or perhaps unknown issues harmed another individual. The bafoon, the impudent town crier always begging to be bailed out of his screw ups.
Respect requires a great deal, unsolicited, genuine, and just not him, so regroup and think of perhaps something true when you comment and defend someone who is worthy of defense, absolutely and certainly not this one!