Tuesday, February 7, 2017

12-Year-Old-Struck by Car in Brooklyn Heights; Target Protest Brings Cops; and More Brooklyn Briefs

Outside Tripoli Restaurant, Atlantic Ave. Photo: MK Metz
 - An Iranian CUNY student stuck in her native country after Trump ordered a travel ban is back in Brooklyn. [DNAinfo]

- A car slammed into a 12-year-old boy as he crossed Cadman Plaza West and Middagh St. in Brooklyn Heights at about 8:10 a.m. Monday. [Daily News]

- A group called People's Monday says they "shut down" Target in Atlantic Center Mall Monday night, somehow connecting Target to the 8-year-old girl killed in Trump's first military venture. [Twitter]

- Mwanwhile, hundreds of people packed into a Brooklyn synagogue, at Congregation Beth Elohim, to discuss fighting Trump agenda. [Twitter]

- In response to Trump, NY state Assembly passes 'sanctuary state' bill. [Politico]

- An appeals court will hear oral arguments Tuesday evening on whether to restore President Trump’s executive action on immigration and refugees. [The Hill]

Our information is being stolen: The FDA has not published any Federal Register notices in two weeks. They are supposed to be published daily. [Twitter]

- Missing cat alert: Waldo, black, 10 lbs, at 2 Grace Court at Hicks St, Brooklyn. Chip: 985113000126811 Call: 8884663242

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