Daniel Goldstein is one of about 35 people still living in the "footprint" of the Atlantic Yards, the Bruce Ratner project the Nets want to call home by 2011. He's also the leader of what he calls a "resistance movement" to halt project. He likens it to "the U.S. soldiers who kept fighting in Japan after the war was over." Why does he go on? Because he says the project is "a corrupt political deal."
- Brooklyn's Daniel Goldstein: The last man standing - Mike Lupica - New York Daily News