The building’s security tried in vain for months to get Fire Commissioner Don Austin’s administration to inspect the building.
The cost to taxpayers – nearly $500,000.
Napoleon raised $37,000 from CEOs, attorneys and contractors from other states, compared to $21,500 from Detroiters.
“Where in the world is Benny? I’m getting worried ya’ll,” one Napoleon supporter said.
Quebec corruption officials confirmed to us that the government issued arrest warrants today against Porter, who headed DMC between 1999 and 2003 and now lives in the Bahamas.
The charismatic former CEO of Detroit Medical Center, is at the center of a growing controversy in Canada, but his whereabouts have been unknown for more than a year