Wednesday, September 24, 2014
A man charged with stabbing a Brooklyn construction supervisor who’s also an NYPD liaison claimed he was defending himself during a dispute over $360 .
Andriy Komynar, 20, was arraigned Tuesday in Brooklyn Criminal Court on attempted murder and other charges for Monday’s attack on Yaakov Pfeiffer.
Komynar was owed the money for five days of labor and, after three weeks of not getting paid, asked about it in a text message, said prosecutor Wilfredo Cotto. “F--- you,” Pfeiffer , 36, replied.
Armed with a knife, the laborer showed up at the Brooklyn Heights construction site Monday to demand his dough.
He’s accused of stabbing his former boss two or three times in the neck, arm and shoulder, severing the jugular vein and carotid artery, court papers said.
“The victim lunged at the defendant and the defendant protected himself,” said defense lawyer Tony Mirvis. Komynar was held on $500,000 bond.
So, the question remains! IS Yaacov Pfeffier paying his workers on time according to state laws or is it a case of a Yid forgetting that Hashem has a loving eye on us ALWAYS!Post a Comment