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Ori Feibush, a Point Breeze developer in Philadelphia, is suing because he believes he was blocked from buying two blocks for development because of his opposition to Councilman Kenyatta Johnson. Feibush believes he was prevented from making the lucrative deal because of a political payback, but Assistant City Solicitors Michael Miller and John Coyle are working to have his case dismissed.
Kenyatta Johnson defended himself in a statement, “Mr. Feibush’s claims are totally meritless. I support of full and fair participation in the democratic process, and take great pride in cultivating smart, equitable development in South Philadelphia.” A timeframe has not yet been given for a judge’s ruling on Johnson’s motion.