Trump co-op wants veteran and his service dog out5/28/2012
A war veteran could soon be evicted from his home because of the dog helping him cope with his symptoms of post-traumatic stress. Eugene Ovsishcher moved to the United States from Russia in 1994 and enlisted in the U.S. Army five years later. After nine months in Afghanistan, he was sent home, and a psychiatrist told him to get a dog to deal with his nightmares and anxiety. Now Brooklyn's Trump Village wants to toss him, his wife and two kids because dogs are against the co-op's rules. Ovsishcher says he'd rather give up his home than the supportive Shih Tzu: "Take a look at his face. You can't stay anxious or angry."
How should the co-op handle this soldier’s situation?