Manhattan Lawyer Kenneth Freeling Jumps To His Death….A Mere Coincidence?

New York Post reports “A Manhattan lawyer jumped to his death from his luxury Park Avenue high-rise Thursday and landed in front of stunned witnesses working out in the building’s gym, cops and witnesses said.

Kenneth Freeling, 59, who lived on the ninth floor, leaped around 7 a.m. and landed on a second-floor terrace, cops said.

The victim was pronounced dead at the scene.

Freeling had a history of mental illness and drug use, police said. He worked for the law firm Covington and Burling, which has offices in Midtown.”
Read more HERE.

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“Kelly said she started getting confused on the final day of the lane closures, Sept. 13, after the Port Authority’s executive director, Patrick Foye, reopened the lanes despite the pleas of Baroni to keep them closed. The agency’s chairman at the time, David Samson, a close friend of Christie’s, had also gotten involved. Wildstein told Kelly that Samson was helping to “retaliate.” Read more HERE.

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  1. You know what I call it when a lawyer (Attorney) jumps out of a nine story building and turns into a pancake on the sidewalk?

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