By Ann Brown
Brooklyn lawyer Colinford Mattis, 32, was allegedly behind the wheel of a tan minivan at 1 a.m. on May 30 when his passenger, fellow attorney Urooj Rahman, allegedly tossed the incendiary at an empty NYPD vehicle outside a police precinct in Brooklyn, The New York Post reported. The device did not ignite.
Police chased them down and found the makings of another Molotov cocktail in the back seat and a gasoline container, The Daily Mail reported.
Mattis, a graduate of Princeton University and the New York University School of Law, is a former associate at corporate Manhattan firm Pryor Cashman.
He was furloughed in April amid the coronavirus crisis, his employer confirmed, according to Law.com.
“As we confront critical issues around historic and ongoing racism and inequity in our society, I am saddened to see this young man allegedly involved in the worst kind Click here to read entire article