[NYCkayaker] {NYCWTA} kayak race timer arrested yesterday?

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Mon Apr 22 10:50:16 EDT 2013


http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/stunt_bombs_with_cops_at_ny_race_x0TKdeBhdDWiINWBgGyTFP This Knucklehead should have been locked up for sheer stupidity .Bombing of the Boston marathon is fresh on everyone's mind except his, so he decides to ride against traffic with a backpack in the middle of a Central park running race lol . The NYPD did an Excellent job stopping this guy and checking him out .  



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From: Martin Kaminer <martin.kaminer@gmail.com>
To: Nancy Brous <nbrous@gmail.com>
Cc: nyckayaker post <nyckayaker@rockandwater.net>; nyc watertrail list <nyc-water-trail@googlegroups.com>
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Subject: Re: [NYCkayaker] {NYCWTA} kayak race timer arrested yesterday?


Guy should be very glad he wasn't carrying a starter pistol!  He'd be in
Guantanamo by now, or worse. :)

On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 10:18 AM, Nancy Brous <nbrous@gmail.com> wrote:

> i totally agree, agassi.
>
> people who are doing no wrong need to be able to live their lives as
> usual - he is a cyclist and this is how he carries things.  it sounds
> like his only possible "crime" was riding against traffic in the park.
>
> this was the perfect storm of high alert and someone by chance
> carrying something that, having seen it myself (its a little slow!),
> looks like what one imagines an incendiary device looks like - timer,
> switches, wires, and home-made.
> but in spite of looking like something Wile E Coyote would fabricate
> to catch the road runner, the "device" is intended for a totally
> legitimate use and our cyclist friend has at least 12 people who can
> vouch for its actual use as a sprint-timer.
>
> one thing that bothers me is that i fear if he weren't an
> english-speaking blue-eyed white guy, he'd be in jail right now or
> worse.
>
> On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 9:41 AM, Agassi Nakhapetian <agas6@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
> > I know the person and feel really bad about this incident.
> > Naturally there was no ill intent on his part. When it comes to the
> > timer-its used for timing practices and sprint drills.
> > I don't know what the outcomes of this incident should be as I was not
> there
> > and don't know the details but I would assume that biker may get a ticket
> > for riding where he was not suppose to be biking and police may need to
> > provide public apology for holding this person and/or compensate for any
> > stress caused.
> > as far as causing alert-i don't how and if we as members of society we
> > should alter our lives in fear of causing high alert.
> > does that mean that we should stop carrying large cases? or stop wearing
> > dark sunglasses?
> > I think we should continue to go about our business and people paid to
> > protect us should do what they need to keep us safe, hopefully without
> > abusing power. and if we happen to cross the line-not forget to rectify
> the
> > damage.
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> > ________________________________
> > From: Ray Fusco <Ray@rayfuscoinc.com>
> > To: NYC Water Trail <nyc-water-trail@googlegroups.com>; nyckayaker post
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> > Sent: Monday, April 22, 2013 9:20 AM
> > Subject: {NYCWTA} kayak race timer arrested yesterday?
> >
> > Hi Group,
> >
> > Does anyone know anything about this?
> >
> > There was a small incident where police stopped a man on a bike riding
> > against race traffic with a large backpack. Inside his backpack was a
> > cardboard box with holes for triggers and a screen with a clock, which
> had
> > NYPD ready to arrest him.
> >
> > In the end, he was a timer on his way to time a kayak race and his timing
> > equipment was in a box to protect it from weather.  I'm wondering if
> anyone
> > might know who this person is and what kind of timing equipment he might
> > have had?
> >
> > As far as I know, he was released but some people were upset that he
> should
> > not have been in the park riding against a race with everyone on high
> alert.
> > My thought is that he probably had no idea about the race.
> >
> > Ray Fusco
> >
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