On Monday, March 16, just before the 1 p.m. court lunch break photographer Jefferson Siegel was standing outside a courtroom door, waiting for a defendant to leave. He was on a court assignment for the Daily News. The defendant left with several people. As the group of 4 or 5 well-dressed, younger-middle-aged people left in a group, one person launched himself at Siegel knocking him down and breaking his collarbone and knocking a tooth loose that eventually came out.
Beckerman new deal in Kingston.
KINGSTON >> It took a dose of death to make Bradford Beckerman healthy.
“I went from party guy, crazy guy, to a health nut,” said Beckerman, 35. “I realized you could better your health yourself from the inside out.”
On June 2, 2002, Beckerman’s life was turned inside out in front of a Delray Beach, Fla., nightclub that the then 22-year-old man operated.
He now maintains a residence in Kingston and is part owner of the Kingston Food Exchange, a planned health food emporium on Uptown Kingston’s Wall Street.