Trooper Claims SUV Attack Victim Alexian Lien's State Trooper, Uncle Ordered Clampdown On BikersSubmitted by barracuda_trader on Fri, 10/18/2013 - 05:09
A New York State Trooper admitted on video that Alexian Lien, the Range Rover driver in the infamous SUV vs biker attack, has an uncle who is a boss in the State Troopers and he has "sent the word down" to stop any and all bikers for the smallest offences.
The video shows two bikers getting stopped on the Palisades Parkway going north out of the city, about fifteen minutes from where Alexian Lien was beaten in front of his wife and two-year-old child. The state trooper uses his SUV as a temporary roadblock — stopping across traffic — to pull over two riders for allegedly speeding. The trooper asks the rider if his helmet cam is on and the rider lies, saying it's off.
The trooper ends up letting them go with a warning, and then explains that law enforcement in the New York area is on the lookout for bikers.