A NYC bookkeeper tricked a sick war hero into cutting his family out of his $20 million estate — and instead leave it to her, a new lawsuit alleges. Anetta Klemens Klencner worked part-time for Sidney Cooper, who ran the profitable Williamsburg booze biz, Roebling Liquors, until he died on July 16, 2014 at age
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