MORNING BULLETIN: NANNY PLEADS ‘NOT GUILTY’ TO MURDER, LAWYER CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING CYCLIST


Photo by Aleksandr Zykov.

November 28, 2012 Weather: Partly Cloudy, High of 41 Degrees.

Notices:
Comedy with Alec Baldwin and Wyatt Cenac, a free poetry slam and free concerts on our calendar.

Romanian “Making Waves” film fest starts tomorrow at the Film Society. More from New York Times here.

News:
Nanny Yoselyn Ortega pleaded not guilty to charges that she murdered two children at their 75th Street apartment last month. She was arraigned in her hospital bed at New-York Presbyterian. “Ortega entered the not-guilty plea from her hospital room at New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, according to a pool report of the proceeding.” (Reuters)

Marshall Feiring, a tax lawyer, has been charged with assault after he allegedly knocked a bicyclist down by yanking a heavy-link chain that was wrapped on her shoulder in June. Courtney Fullilove was riding in Central Park around 108th Street and her lawyer says she was traveling with the light. She has also filed suit against him.  “I won’t get into the details, but the complaint does not nearly have all the facts of the incident,” Feiring’s lawyer said. (DNAinfo)

Multiple rare “barred owls” have been seen in Central Park. Birdwatchers are clearly excited. (10,000 Birds)

A laser installation will beam above the city for the next two nights to honor Hurricane Sandy victims. “Global Rainbow, After the Storm, courtesy of the Art Production Fund and an equipment donation from Lightwave International, will be beamed from the rooftop of Manhattan’s  Standard Hotel and viewable by millions.” At the bottom of our Hurricane Sandy photo gallery, we have a picture of an actual rainbow that appeared on the day after the hurricane hit.  (Wall Street Journal)

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