March 8, 2016
NJ Gentleman, With 23 License Suspensions, Drives at 74 mph, Killing Two Teens
Eric Patterson, 23, of Jersey City
No one was watching or harassing this gentleman, keeping him free to take time from his busy schedule to drive with out a license killing two teenagers. While police, and FBI employees in Cambridge, MA on property owned and operated by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, conduct a brutal 24/7 surveillance and harassment campaign, insulting, ridiculing, humiliating, provoking a 70-year-old white male who complains about being harassed for no reason. Are these targets and priorities generated by computer models?
Eric Patterson, 23, of Jersey City had tallied a long list of motor vehicle violations and had racked up 23 license suspensions. He had last driven legally in September 2014. Law enforcement officials on Monday said he may have been traveling at 74 mph on the 25-mph roadway just before the deadly crash occurred.
Noel Herrera of Cliffside Park and his best friend, Bryan Rodriguez of Union City, both 17, were killed Saturday night when they were hit by the silver 2004 Infiniti G35 that Patterson was driving, Hudson County Sheriff Frank X. Schillari said. The car, traveling north “at a high rate of speed,”
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Patterson’s license has been suspended since 2014, according to his driving record, provided by the state Motor Vehicle Commission.
His record lists 14 violations, including one for speeding, two for careless driving and one for either the driver or passenger drinking alcohol in a motor vehicle. He has 23 suspensions, among them two for operating a vehicle during a suspension and one driving without insurance. His most recent violation was in February 2015, for failing to have a license, registration or insurance, said Mairin Bellack, the director of communications for the Motor Vehicle Commission.
MARCH 7, 2016, 2:25 PM LAST UPDATED: MONDAY, MARCH 7, 2016, 11:08 PM
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