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Bronxite Hit By UN Mission of Grenada Car Has Case Removed Now Sent to Mediation

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Jan 6 – Bronx resident Virgilio Guerrero was hit and injured by a vehicle owned by Grenada's Mission to the United Nations in 2018, on 42nd Street.

  He sued in state court, but the UN Mission of Grenada removed it to Federal court.

 On January 6, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York e Judge John G. Koeltl held a proceeding. Inner City Press covered it.   

Guerrero, it turns out, has had to have surgury. The Grenada UN Mission's venicle was being driving by Tyrone Samuel.

 But as Inner City Press has reported with regard to the UN Mission of Nigeria delaying a similar case in the SDNY, diplomatic immunity or impunity is a mind-set pervasive in and around the UN on 42nd Street.  

This case is being referred to mediation, which is not public.

The case is Guerrero v. Samuel et al., 19-cv-6716 (Koeltl)


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