The only words that come to mind are "*#$@f@^&*$$" and "$%#@d@&*%?!!"....

NEW YORK (AP) - A man who is jailed on charges of attempted rape
and posing as a doctor has filed a $1 million lawsuit claiming that
a fireman, running to the collapsed and burning World Trade Center
on Sept. 11, knocked him down and broke his arm.
Appukkutta Narayanan, 60, claims in court papers that the
rushing firefighter knocked him to the pavement at Broadway and
Canal Street around 11 a.m. the day of the terrorist attack,
shortly after the second of the twin towers fell.
Narayanan's lawyer, Anadel Canale, said the fall after the
collision with the firefighter broke one of her client's arms, but
she did not remember which one.
Canale, who said she did not know Narayanan's occupation, said
he was "running some errands in the (lower Manhattan) area." She
said her client does not believe the fireman ran into him on
purpose.
"It was chaos," she said. "It was an accident."
Narayanan's papers, filed Wednesday in Manhattan's state Supreme
Court, do not identify or describe the firefighter who allegedly
caused his injury. The $1 million lawsuit names the city and the
fire department as defendants.
City law department spokeswoman Kate Ahlers said she hadn't seen
the lawsuit.
Canale said Narayanan was "forced" to sue because the federal
September 11th Victim Compensation Fund of 2001 did not reply to
his application for help paying his medical bills.
"We're hoping to resolve this through the fund," she said.
"We haven't heard anything."
Charles Miller, a spokesman for the U.S. Department of Justice
in Washington, said the legislation that created the victims' fund
bars lawsuits against any party except terrorist groups such as
al-Qaida.
On June 2, Narayanan was arrested on charges of attempted rape
and practicing medicine without a license, said Barbara Thompson,
spokeswoman for the Manhattan district attorney's office. She said
he is jailed on $50,000 bail.
Narayanan allegedly attacked a woman who had gone to his
12th-floor apartment-medical office that day in response to an
advertisement for a housekeeping job. She told police that after he
grabbed her, she freed herself and fled.
After Narayanan was arrested, the woman told police she had seen
medical equipment in his apartment. Police, armed with a warrant,
said they found medical supplies - such as syringes, surgical trays
and bottles of pills - throughout the flat. They also said they
found fliers advertising various medical services.
Narayanan is due back in court on the criminal charges on Dec.
18. He faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted of the
attempted-rape charge.
Narayanan's lawyer in the pending criminal case did not return
telephone calls seeking comment.

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