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The Times goes into depth on their city blog about a new lawsuit filed by Chinatown tenants against a New York private equity group for the harassment they endure from their landlords. From the post:

The complaint says the harassment by the landlord includes disrupting three tenant meetings by calling the police; rejecting rent payments; frivolously pursuing legal eviction proceedings; suspending essential services for a prolonged period of time; and ordering tenants to remove Chinese cultural symbols and decorations from their doors.
I find this news awesome, as these harassment tactics have long been used to kick lower income tenants from their communities. Go, CAAAV!



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