NYC Housing Worker Says He Faced Anti-Semitism

NEW YORK -
A New York City housing supervisor is suing over anti-Semitic slurs and threats during his time at work in 2009, the New York Post reported. Mitchell Imberman, 60, claims a worker left threatening messages on his voicemail and another refused to take orders from him because he is Jewish. His tools were stolen and swastikas were scrawled on walls. Imberman says he turned to his bosses but they joined in the mistreatment.