Paul Padda defends constitutional rights of supper club owner
Korean club owner alleges that charges were fabricated against him by the former federal homeland security agent.
In a federal lawsuit, owner Kim alleges the agent launched a phony investigation into allegations of drug use, prostitution and human trafficking at Kim’s Korean restaurant,
No charges were filed against Kim in the Las Vegas supper club investigation, which Kim and his lawyers, former federal prosecutors Paul Padda and Kathleen Bliss, allege violated the constitutional rights of Kim, his wife and his employees. About $1.3 million in damages are being sought from the lone defendant, the federal government, because federal law doesn’t allow Lee himself to be sued, Padda said. Click here for the complete story…
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