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2013/10/24-11/8 [Transportation/Car/RoadHogs] UID:54742 Activity:nil
10/4    NY bike gang's own video footage at 0:20-0:27 shows that they
        intentionally blocked and stopped the SUV:
        Yet they still have the gut to cry victim.  Geez!
        \_ Yeah, after being hit and run, someone tried to stop the cager,
           who then commited assualt with a deadly weapon. Does someone
           blocking you give you the right to run them over? I think not.
           \_ Hit and run before the time of the clip?  Evidence please?
           \_ Next time when you and your wife and kid are ganged up by a
              known mob of 50+ with 50+ deadly weapons (your logic) who are
              trying to open your car door, please stay put.
        \_ They even dragged the wife out of the car.  http://www.csua.org/u/11e9
        \_ Want some "explanation" from the punk who cut off the SUV?
           \_ You mean, legally and safely changed lanes before being hit
              from behind by the rich asshole entitled Range Rover driving
              douchebag who was following too close.
              \_ Did you actually watch the video?
        \_ http://www.csua.org/u/11f1
           "New video has surfaced of the same bike crew surrounding and
           attacking another car earlier in the day."
        \_ ^SUV^$100,000 Range Rover
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captured on tape cutting off a Range Rover driven by Alexian Lien on the West Side Highway in Manhattan last month. Lien, driving with his wife and 2-year-old in the car, was eventually pulled out of his car and beaten by other motorcyclists traveling with Cruz, police said. "I never had intentions to slow him down or cause any type of problems," Cruz told ABC News' Dan Harris in his first sit-down interview. Cruz, a father of two, has been charged with reckless endangerment and unlawful imprisonment for his role in the incident. Police Release Photo of Person of Interest in Alleged SUV Driver Beating "It has turned my life upside down," Cruz said, adding that he is worried about what could happen to him and doesn't know if he can win his case. The video police used to charge Cruz shows his motorcycle slowing in front of Lien's SUV as Lien, 33, his wife and 2-year-old drove down the highway on their way to a wedding anniversary celebration around 2 pm, Sunday, Sept. Lien's SUV was quickly surrounded by the motorcyclists, who were doing an annual ride through the city, police said. Undercover NYPD Cop Watched SUV Driver Get Beaten The group of motorcyclists then slowed down further and surrounded the SUV, causing Lien to accelerate away from the group. In the video Cruz is seen next to the SUV and appears to be exchanging glances with the driver before pulling his bike out in front. "I was trying to get his attention to make sure he sees me before I pulled in front of him," Cruz said. The video then shows Cruz crossing into the middle lane, looking back over both shoulders and then slowing down, resulting in the collision with Lien's SUV. "I didn't think I was doing anything wrong with just turning into another lane. "I was looking over my shoulder to see where my friends were," he said. I didn't brake but when I looked over my shoulder, my hand came off the throttle a little, but the driver didn't slow down at all and bumped me." Cruz told ABC News' Harris that both he and Lien stopped and he approached Lien for an explanation. "He looked straight ahead and never made eye contact with me," Cruz said. "So I just went back to my bike and when I was getting on he took off." Lien's wife, Rosalyn Ng, said that her husband feared for their lives when he decided to take off to get away from the group. As he sped off, Lien hit some of the motorcyclists, critically injuring one, authorities said. Other motorcyclists chased Lien's SUV and then bashed in his windows, pulled him out of the car, and beat him, police said. Lien required stitches in his face for injuries sustained in the attack. "I do feel badly for the family that got hurt," said Cruz, who suffered minor injuries in the crash and whose bike was damaged. Two off-duty New York police officers were riding with the biker group and the NYPD is investigating why the cops apparently did not intervene, authorities said. In addition to Cruz, two other men have been charged in the attack. Robert Sims, 35, who allegedly grabbed the SUV's door about five minutes into the video, turned himself in to police Friday in Brooklyn, NYPD officials said. He faces charges of gang assault, assault and criminal possession of a weapon, according to police. Sims was arrested in 1998 for possession of a loaded firearm and a samurai sword, and he served eight months in jail, police said. Reginald Chance, 38, of Brooklyn, also surrendered to police late Friday. He allegedly was the man seen on video using his helmet to smash the driver's side window of the Range Rover before the video cut off and the alleged assault took place. Chance appeared in court on Sunday and raised both middle fingers to cameras and others inside the courtroom as he was arraigned. Cruz told ABC News he does not know Chance or Sims, the two individuals charged with attacking Lien, and was not at all involved in the ensuing chase. Cruz's attorney believes his client was arrested because of the furor of media attention surrounding the incident. "I think that they needed to make an arrest to satisfy the public," the attorney, H Benjamin Perez, told ABC News. "He was not trying to entrap Mr Lien and go up against an almost four-ton vehicle while he was on two wheels." ABC News' Alexis Shaw, Linzie Janis, Aaron Katersky and Josh Margolin contributed to this report.
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Done 38-year-old Brooklynite, married father of six Reginald Chance went before a judge Sunday for bashing in the window of Alexian Liens Range Rover after a motorcycle chase last Sunday. Meanwhile, new video has surfaced of the same bike crew surrounding and attacking another car earlier in the day. Obama demands House act on immigration Washington (AFP) - US President Barack Obama Thursday sought to capitalize on a moment of sharp Republican unpopularity by pressing his foes in Congress to pass a stalled immigration bill this year. Chubby Prince George shown off at royal christening London (AFP) - Britain's baby Prince George was christened in a private ceremony on Wednesday, with his proud parents Prince William and Kate giving the world a rare glimpse of the chubby three-month-old boy. Banksy returns with painting on door to Hustler Club A day after his controversial monthlong New York City residency was interrupted by what he called "police activity," Banksy returns with his latest piece of street art: a sprayed stencil outside the Hustler Club in Manhattan. On October 29, 2013, on the one-year anniversary of the day that Hurricane Sandy struck New York City and the surrounding region with devastating consequences, the Museum of the City of New York... US fines Mexican police chief $10 billion for drugs Washington (AFP) - The US imprisoned a former Mexican state police chief for almost 13 years and fined him $10 billion Thursday for trafficking marijuana into the United States for the notorious Gulf Cartel. Congressman Paul Ryan sees narrower focus for new budget talks WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A new round of budget negotiations that starts next week should focus more narrowly on replacing automatic spending cuts rather than attempt to reach an elusive "grand bargain," House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan said on Thursday. The least popular American baby names (from 1880 to 1932) Like a lot of people, I was entranced recently by this animated map of the most popular baby names for girls by state over the past 52 years. It shows how the country shifted from Mary to Lisa before giving over completely to Jennifer, after which the Jessica/Ashley and Emily/Emma battles... Russian 'kidnapped' by Syrian rebels Moscow (AFP) - Russia is investigating reports one of its citizens was kidnapped in Syria after a video of the man pleading to be rescued was posted online, a report said Thursday. Eastern Libyans declare autonomous government TRIPOLI, Libya (AP) -- The leaders of a movement for self-rule in oil-rich eastern Libyan unilaterally announced Thursday the formation of a shadow government, the latest challenge to the weakened central authority. "Needless to say, your answer should always be an enthusiastic "yes." But before you inquire into every little curiosity about your possible future place of employment -- from how often... How to Make Your Old Computer Like New If you're thinking it's time to replace your computer, think again! These 3 simple steps can help you clean up your PC and make it run like new again. Woman in Bulgaria questioned in 'Maria' case SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) -- A Roma woman in Bulgaria has undergone DNA testing and faces preliminary charges of child selling as authorities investigate if she is the mother of a young girl found living with an unrelated couple in Greece, authorities said Thursday. Bodies, black box found after Swiss fighter jet crash Geneva (AFP) - Rescuers have recovered the bodies of the two people onboard a Swiss army fighter jet that crashed into a mountainside, as well as the aircraft's black box, the defence ministry said Thursday. High school requires signed dance contract that bans twerking Annapolis High School in Maryland is now requiring that students and parents sign a dance contract which aims to cut down on provocative dancing at the school's next homecoming. Israel, Saudis speaking same language on Iran - Livni By Jeffrey Heller JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia and Israel are united in their opposition to Iran, but they cannot cooperate as long the Palestinian conflict continues, Israel's chief peace negotiator said on Thursday. "When you hear the Saudis talking about what needs to be done in order to... What happens to ObamaCare if the individual mandate is delayed? With the website effectively inoperable, millions of uninsured Americans are finding it hard to obtain coverage, which they will need to have by March...
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News Team Eyewitness News NEW YORK (WABC) -- The good Samaritan who intervened in the confrontation between a group of bikers and an SUV was honored Sunday in Washington Heights. Sergio Consuegra was commended by State Senator Adriano Espaillat and community advocates. Drawing on Consuegra's experience, Espaillat continued his call for measures to safeguard Upper Manhattan from what he called dangerous, out-of-control motorcyclist behavior. Earlier in the week, Espaillat spoke out against what he labelled the "the Wild West of motorcycle riders." Everything that happened around Sergio Consuegra last Sunday was all bad. Consuegra is pictured on an NYPD flyer seeking information, and standing over Alexian Lien with his arms extended. On Thursday, the NYPD released the photo of the Good Samaritans who were key witnesses to the assault. They were on their way to church when they saw the angry group of bikers descending onto a black Range Rover with a flat tire in Washington Heights. Consuegra said he had no other choice but to jump in when he saw Rosalyn Ng being dragged out of the SUV by a big bikers, and says the young mother was told "you're going to get it, too". "He grabbed the lady by her arms real loud," Consuegra adds. A crowd then gathered and started yelling "Not the lady", so he stopped. Consuegra then jumped in between the biker who was smashing Lien with his helmet, and it was all over. And then somehow one of them moved started moving and I said yeah this is enough now." "At that moment I said oh I gotta do something, there's a famly in danger here," Consuegra added, "And they're gonna get killed, nobody intervened in this situation and nobody stepping in."