The threatening text cast doubts over the performance by the Second Circuit Court, which appointed an administration for the hotel while the ICC makes a decision, and noted that the arbitration will be favorable and it will not only resume the management of the establishment, but it will receive compensation for alleged damage.
After a protracted, unusual standoff over the status of the hotel, its majority owner, Orestes Fintiklis, managing director of Ithaca Capital Partners, has taken control of the property and unceremoniously removed the Trump Hotels name from its facade.
"This is a purely commercial dispute that just spun out of control", Fintiklis told reporters on Monday. Meanwhile, after Fintiklis and his associates hand-delivered termination notices to Trump Organization employees at the hotel, witnesses told the AP that they saw Trump executives moving files to a room, where they would be shredded.
The legal battle began last month when Mr Fintiklis said he meant to force the Trump Organization out before its management contract was up, and to rebrand the hotel.
Soon after, a workman from the property peeled off the Trump name from the hotel's sign, dumped the letters in a plastic storage box and hauled them away in the back seat of a Hyundai hatchback. The Trump Organization, however, refused to leave.
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As the New York Times reported, "An arm of a foreign government finds itself in the extraordinary position of investigating a business owned by the American president".
The most recent and intense feuding began February 22, when the Miami-based Fintiklis came to the property with termination notices for Trump's management team. Fintiklis was actively trying to remove Trump's name from the hotel.
The Trump Organization said in a statement that it was "fully confident" it would prevail in the dispute.
Initially invited by Trump's managers, the Panamanian police repeatedly visited the hotel to keep the peace. That included the administrative offices and the hotel's closed caption security system, which was housed in the condo association within the same building.
The situation grew so bad that footage leaked of Trump Organization security and hotel officials fighting within the building. Though Fintiklis has generally declined to comment on the dispute, he appeared to gloat Monday. The Cyprus national then started playing a Greek anti-fascism song entitled "Accordeon" on a piano.
Within two hours, a man using a hammer and a crowbar began stripping Trump signage from a stone plaque in front of the building.