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From the sublime to the ridiculous, the NY Daily News
that a 60-year-old musician suing for age discrimination claims that the
presiding 88-year-old Manhattan judge is too old to hear the case.
According to the NY Daily News story, the plaintiff, who
was representing himself before his case was dismissed in October, slammed the
judge, calling him "slow-witted and unable to function."
In a pleading filed with the court, the plaintiff also
wrote that the judge, who has degrees from Harvard and Columbia Law School,
"may have been a very learned jurist in his day, [but] should be removed
from the bench, both because of his mental and physical limitations [and
because he] could barely see unless he put his face almost on top of a
h/t Philip Miles
This article was originally published
on Eric B. Meyer's blog, The Employer
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