What happens when you stab a cab driver after refusing to pay the fare and you happen to be a Morgan Stanley banker? Well, nothing. A few weeks ago, charges against William Bryan Jennings, the Morgan Stanley banker who was accused of stabbing a NYC cab driver over a fare, were dropped.
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The official number of deaths resulting from the infamous 9/11 Al-Qaeda attacks stands at 2,996. But by the middle of this century, that number could as much as double. That’s because more than 2,500 of the workers who helped in the crucial moments and months following the World Trade Center attacks have cancer.