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Architects and law cases usually go hand in with the terms ‘buildings’ and ‘negligence.’ Not for poor Seth Stein. The keywords, which the traumatised architects’ newly-appointed US legal team will have to get to grips with, are ‘headlock’, ‘suspected terrorist’ and ‘American Airlines’. Bizarrely, earlier this year on a flight from New York, the ‘tanned’ 47-year-old was jumped on by a passenger who claimed he was from the New York police department. Apparently, the overly-keen ...
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