Hiding in plain sight doesn’t always work. Eric Sanders, a lawyer notorious for suing the NYPD and now representing the family of Miriam Carey (the Connecticut woman who was shot and killed after crashing into the White House gate) was arrested Tuesday by U.S. Marshals. Sanders was held in contempt by a federal bankruptcy judge for failing to pay $181,666 in settlements – including to one employee who was fired for becoming pregnant – as well as legal fees. The warrant for his arrest has been out since October 7, yet Sanders brazenly joined the Carey family at a public wake on Monday night in Brooklyn to criticize the D.C. police.