Wall Street Whiz Kid to Pay Legal Bill to Defend Jets Superfan Fireman Ed Against Possible Charges

WALL, N.J., Sept. 23 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — “Wall Street Whiz Kid” Peter Grandich, who works with current and former NY Jets and NY Giants, has come to the aid of Jets Superfan “Fireman Ed,” who may be facing assault charges for allegedly shoving a Giants fan at the August 16 Giants-Jets preseason game at the new Meadowlands Stadium.

Grandich, founder of Trinity Financial Sports & Entertainment Management Co., has engaged the services of Robert F. Munoz of the offices of Lomurro, Davison, Eastman & Munoz to represent Ed Anzalone in East Rutherford Court.

“Now I’ve seen everything,” said Peter Grandich, who co-founded Trinity Financial 10 years ago with former New York Giant and two-time Super Bowl Champion Lee Rouson. “Though I’ve been a Jet fan since childhood, I have both former Giants and Jets on my corporate advisory board, and I love both teams. For this guy to bring charges against Fireman Ed is just ridiculous.”

“This is not an attack on Jets fans, but Giants fans, too, and all fans who are passionate about their teams,” Grandich added. “Fireman Ed is truly the nicest, most genuine guy who if they cut his arm open, would bleed green and it would spell J-E-T-S. For a disgruntled Giants fan to drag Ed into court is a foul on all levels. Somebody throw the flag!”

“I’m grateful that my good friend Peter Grandich is providing legal representation for me,” said “Fireman Ed” Anzalone.

Today’s Star Ledger reports that Fireman Ed will appear in court at a later date for assault charges based on the scuffle, a video of which can be seen on YouTube. According to the Star Ledger report, the Giants fan claims Fireman Ed “shoved him to the ground.”

“Fireman Ed will be vindicated, and so will Jets fans everywhere,” Grandich says.

About Trinity Financial:

Labeled the “Wall Street Whiz Kid” by the media, Peter Grandich founded Trinity Financial Sports & Entertainment Management Company with former New York Giants running back Lee Rouson. His daily financial blog, The Grandich Letter, is read online by thousands of investors at The company is located at 2431 Atlantic Avenue, Manasquan, NJ. For information about Trinity Financial, go to or call 732-642-3992.

News Source: Trinity Financial Sports and Entertainment Management

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