Brian Schroeder, the Harvard Law School graduate who set fire to a memorial housing the remains of 9/11 victims, could be looking at jail time if he can’t make restitution. He needs to come up with $50,000 — ASAP.
This year Sidley Austin gave out very good, but not ridiculously good, associate bonuses. Alas, Brian Schroeder was not there to enjoy them. As you may recall, Schroeder is the 27-year-old Harvard Law School graduate who set fire to a memorial housing the remains of unidentified 9/11 victims, on Halloween 2009. Schroeder then did the […]
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