Kelly called the Rikers Island placement "inconvenient" and instructed attorneys to work out a better arrangement that would allow her an "effective defense." Neither the Westchester nor Putnam county jails were able to house Nadell, prosecutor Richard Kennison Moran said. Susanne Nadell-Scaccio, left, the daughter of Peggy Nadell, and her husband Robert Scaccio leave Rockland County Courthouse with friends Wednesday, June 25, 2014 in New City, N.Y. Diana Nadell pleaded not guilty Wednesday, June 25, 2014, to charges she murdered her mother-in-law, Peggy Nadell. (Photo: Tania Savayan, The (Westchester County, N.Y.) Journal News) About two dozen family and friends of the victim packed the courtroom and later the hallway, wearing buttons with Peggy Nadell's photo, as they have at other recent court appearances of defendants in the case.
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How NYU and the Guggenheim are selling out to Sharia law | New York Post
Photo: Getty Images NYUs campus in Abu Dhabi.Photo: Flickr via Yuwen Memon Saadiyat Island in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, has been buzzing with construction activity for the past few years. Two prestigious western institutions, New York University and the Guggenheim Museum, have decided to open branches in the country and were immediately embroiled in controversy.
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