Today's edition of the New York Post provided more information on the testimony of Rajinder Singh Khalsa, a Sikh man who was allegedly beaten on July 11, 2004, by five men: Ryan Meehan, 25; Salvatore Maceli, 27; Nicholas Maceli, 23; Victor Cosentino, 60; and Terence Lyons, 54.
According to the article, Khalsa "was so battered that doctors had to drain blood from his eye." He testified that, "You could not see the white part of the eye.... It was all blood." Khalsa claimed that his nose was "completely shattered" as a result of the assault. Moreover, Khalsa "was forced to sleep sitting up until undergoing corrective surgery about a month later."
When subject to cross-examination, Khalsa "admitted he didn't remember much after the attack began."
Previous reports on the trial are available here, here, and here.
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