The New York Post: Bomb suspect Rahami’s family had sued Elizabeth, N.J., over city response to restaurant complaints


The 24-hour restaurant owned by the family of Ahmad Khan Rahami had raised the ire of neighbors, who prevailed upon the city of Elizabeth to crack down on noise and other nuisances. The family sued, contending that the city’s resulting actions had been racially or ethnically motivated.

The family of the Chelsea bombing suspect has a history of legal troubles with officials of their New Jersey town — filing a federal lawsuit against the city of Elizabeth claiming they had been unfairly discriminated against because of their race and ethnicity.

Ahmad Khan Rahami’s family sued the city following a ruling from the city council that forced them to close their 24-hour restaurant, First American Fried Chicken, at 10 p.m.

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