October 08, 2013
NY Biker Beatdown: NYPD Cop Helped In Attack!
This is good news and this is bad news.
The bad news is that at least one of the NYPD cops riding with the bikers was physically involved with the beating of Alexian Lien:
An off-duty undercover cop who had claimed he took no active role as fellow bikers pulled a Manhattan dad from his SUV and beat him to a pulp was actually pounding the vehicle with his fists at the height of the bloody road-rage attack, sources told The Post.
The cop, a seven-year veteran, had told investigators he didn’t help the injured man because he rode up to the scene as the beating was nearly over, sources said.
But video footage clearly shows otherwise, disgusted sources said Monday — and Internal Affairs Bureau higher-ups want to nail the officer.
This supports my belief that the officers didn't initially report their participation in the lawless biker rally until the video was uploaded and became viral. Once they realized they might be identified, they had no choice.
The good news? IMO, the Liens now have a mega-lawsuit against the city. Not only did the NYPD know about the biker gang rampaging through the city (police had received over 200 complaints), but now it is reveled their own officers participated.
I hope the Liens become millionaires a dozen times over because of this case. They deserve every penny.
Four of the crotch rocket thugs have been arrested. One had charges dismissed.
The punk who initiated the contact that led to the entire chain of events whines that it wasn't his fault. He says the SUV driver was a big meanie who likes to pick on innocent motorcyclists.