Quick Notes: Halloran Accused of Slander, New Parliament Trustees, and PNC Bureau Highlights

Just some quick news notes for you on this Saturday. Revenge of the Traffic Enforcement Agent: NYPD parking agent Daniel Chu, who got into an altercation with New York City Councilman Dan Halloran this Summer over his on-the-job behavior, is filing a $2 million libel and slander lawsuit against the Heathen politician claiming “maliciously false statements.” “In his slander and libel defamation notice, obtained from the comptroller’s office, Chu called Halloran’s charges “maliciously false statements.” Chu claims the alleged damage to his reputation cost him $2 million, without explaining why. Chu was ordered “disciplined and reassigned” after the incident, the NYPD said today. He had once been ordered into “sensitively training” for allegedly badgering drivers…” I don’t think Chu will be getting far with this lawsuit. For one, a judge has already vindicated Halloran’s behavior in that conflict, and secondly, Chu even admitted to the charges against him in a disciplinary hearing.

Pagan Newswire News

I’m traveling today, so I don’t have time to do my usual blogging routine. However, there are some Pagan Newswire Collective related items I’d like to quickly share with you. First, I’m proud to announce two newly-launched PNC bureaus, PNC-Iowa and PNC-Florida. “We’re proud and excited to bring the PNC to Florida. The Sunshine State is home to a vibrant and diverse Pagan community that includes Druids, Hermetic and Thelemic orders, eclectic and traditional Pagans, Wiccans, and Orisha traditions, and Florida boasts several festivals including Body Magick, Florida Pagan Gathering, and Turning the Tide.