Cops Lie? What? I know its hard to believe that our fine men and woman in blue would do such a despicable thing…but its true…come on, we all watch SVU, the wire, CSI New York. Its part of police work, part of getting the “bad guy.”
We’ve speculated on what motivated 22 year old [...]
That’s right, Europe has messengers too which means they have their own championships.
This year they were held in Eindhoven, Holland on July 25th through the 27th.
The official website: www.ecmc2008.com
Michael Brinkmann from Bremen (Germany) (male)
Astrid Narud from Berlin (Germany)(female)
the fastest bike messengers in [...]
What happened to Christopher Long in last Friday’s critical mass is by no mean an isolated incident.
Here is a video showing two other assaults of critical mass participants in Time’s Square.
Animal Magazine has done some good investigation to find out more about the motivations of NYPD Patrick Pogan featured in the hot new youtube video of cyclist brutality, which now has 583,692 views.
“The video of rookie cop Patrick E. Pogan (shield #28957) violently body checking cyclist Christopher Long during a Critical Mass group [...]
Compilation of news reports put together by Xris ( team spider):Part 1
Fox news report on critical mass assault.
After reviewing the Youtube video another dozen times and seeing it again as the lead story on most local news, its still kind of baffling what motivated young officer Patrick Pogan, to react the way he did and send bike rider, Christopher Long, sailing [...]
News surfacing about the critical ass “whopping” assault video:
Looks like the officer involved has been stripped of his badge and gun.
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There are things you can always count on in New York…like your rent forever being raised 30 percent a year to adjust to the “market value.” Like that guy playing a drum solo on the subway platform on plastic buckets…Or like the NYPD always acting like…well the NYPD.
Here they are in classic form [...]
for winning this year’s Tour De France.
Carlos Sastre on the podium in Paris after winning the Tour de France Sunday.photo by: Edward Wyatt
Article in NYTimes