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East Quogue woman files $70 million lawsuit against Suffolk County and Southampton Town

Publication: The Southampton Press
By Laura Cooper   Aug 4, 2010 10:06 AM

HEMPSTEAD—An East Quogue woman is seeking $70 million in damages from Suffolk County and Southampton Town law enforcement agencies, charging that she was wrongfully arrested and detained after taking photographs near the entrance to the Air National Guard base in Westhampton last July with two guns and dozens of rounds of ammunition in her car.

Filed in U.S. District Court in Central Islip last Thursday, July 29, the federal lawsuit also alleges that Nancy Genovese, 54, a mother of three who has lived in East Quogue for more than three decades, was the victim of assault and malicious prosecution when she was detained by authorities on the shoulder of Old Riverhead Road for nearly six hours on July 30, 2009, before being arrested. The criminal charge was later dropped.

The litigation charges that the arresting officers—who included Southampton Town Police Lieutenant Robert Iberger and Suffolk County Undersheriff Joseph T. Caracappa, among others—repeatedly referred to Ms. Genovese as “a right-winger” and “tea bagger” because of her political beliefs. “They saw the cross around my neck and asked if I had been to any tea parties,” she said. “I went to a tea party—I told them that.”

Ms. Genovese said she is a registered Democrat, though Suffolk County Board of Election records do not list her as registered with any political party, according to Suffolk County Democratic Party Commissioner Anita Katz.

Ms. Genovese, who was returning home from a shooting range on the night of her arrest, said she stopped near the base’s entrance to take photos of the decommissioned helicopter there for a patriotic “Support Our Troops” website that she had been working on at the time. Authorities said they found 500 rounds of ammunition as well as an XM-15 assault rifle and a shotgun inside her car.

Ms. Genovese noted that both weapons, which are legal firearms, were properly stored inside her car, and that the responding officers illegally searched her car—a point also made in the lawsuit. The litigation also notes that there were closer to 140 rounds of ammunition in her car.

“To be labeled a terrorist isn’t right,” Ms. Genovese told reporters during a press conference held last Thursday morning at the law office of her attorney, Frederick Brewington, in Hempstead. “I’m a patriot,” she added, becoming emotional almost immediately after addressing the media.

Neither Lt. Iberger nor Mr. Caracappa returned calls seeking comment this week.

When reached earlier this week, Southampton Town Attorney Michael Sordi said that he had not yet been served with a copy of the lawsuit and declined to comment further. Christine Mamalfi, attorney for Suffolk County, said that while she has not yet seen the lawsuit, the county will “vigorously defend itself and the taxpayers in court.”

Ms. Genovese, who says she is retired, was eventually charged with one count of criminal trespass in the third degree, a misdemeanor, and spent five days in Suffolk County Jail in Riverside, including four days on suicide watch, before posting $50,000 bond. The charge was dropped by the Suffolk County district attorney’s office in November.

The lawsuit itself outlines 14 specific complaints that she is leveling against the defendants, and states that Ms. Genovese, who says she suffered both physical injuries and emotional distress during the ordeal, is seeking $5 million in damages per count—a grand total of $70 million. If she is successful, Ms. Genovese said she would invest all of her money into her website, patriotlegaldefense.com. She said it is a resource for those who are wrongfully arrested.

“The dollar amount is representative of the importance of Ms. Genovese’s case,” Mr. Brewington said. “What a jury would award is yet to be seen, but we’re allowed to put an amount in.”

He explained that the case will probably not go to trial for at least a year. The defendants have 30 days from the filing of the lawsuit to respond to the charges before the proceedings can continue, according to Mr. Brewington.

“Ms. Genovese has decided to engage in what will be a long process to seek justice,” he said.

According to Ms. Genovese, officers interrogated her for six hours near the entrance of the Air National Guard base before arresting her on the trespassing charge. She said she was also questioned by officials with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Department of Homeland Security, but they did not charge her with a crime.

“They kept asking me why I was there, what about the guns and why I was taking the pictures,” Ms. Genovese said. “I had no intention of going into the base.”

Once taken into the custody of local authorities, Ms. Genovese said her legs were shackled together and she was told that she would be charged with being a “terrorist.”

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If Infact there was even a "Day At The Range" Get Your But Home After Your Done...
By 1640sWhaler (55), Sag Harbor/Easthampton on Jul 29, 10 5:04 PM
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Could you show where in the law it says you "must" go directly home from a shooting range once done? The guns obviously weren't a legal issue as there were no charges related to them and they were returned once the bogus trespassing charge was dropped.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 29, 10 5:25 PM
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By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 29, 10 5:25 PM
Right....because if you own a gun you are obviously a criminal and need to run home to hide from the long arm of the law....Is this even serious? She has the right to own a gun, we have that right for a reason mate, read up on your history.
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Jul 30, 10 9:40 PM
Who Said Anything About a GO HOME LAW? Common Sence. If She Had Any She Wouldn't Be In The Spot Light.
By 1640sWhaler (55), Sag Harbor/Easthampton on Aug 11, 10 3:02 PM
Uh oh -- seems like there may be consequences here.
By Frank Wheeler (1261), Northampton on Jul 29, 10 5:06 PM
$13,000 in cash? I'll bet the IRS would like to know where that came from.
By Noah Way (450), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 5:24 PM
Who in their right mind would carry 13k in cash?
By splashdown (21), sag harbor on Jul 29, 10 9:17 PM
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she felt safe-she had her guns with her.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 10:02 PM
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get a life Noah and stop worrying about everyone else's
By joe hampton (1782), south hampton on Jul 30, 10 1:03 AM
you live in southampton and never had $13000 in cash??? you must be the poorest southamptonite ever.....
By SirHampton (60), quogue on Jul 30, 10 7:49 PM
She will have to prove that there was in fact $13000 in that bag, she will get something for her trouble but I doubt it will be 70 million she is seeking. As for no longer feeling safe...she should be fine as long as she steers clear of parking at the base.
By pstevens (395), Wilmington on Jul 29, 10 6:09 PM
Somehow I doubt she still has the withdrawal slip...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 29, 10 9:43 PM
$70 million?? Who are they kidding?
By clam pie (161), Westhampton on Jul 29, 10 6:30 PM
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The defendants will probably get off via the Patriot Act (whether that is right or not).

As for her $70,000,000 is absurd and the fact that she is asking for so much money shows that she is going for a money grab - well, the lawyers are and she agreed to it. I know that Lawyers will say you always ask for the maximum even if you know you aren't going to get it, but it makes you look greedy (not saying you are, just how it is perceived).

As for her arrest and charges, it's not ...more
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 29, 10 6:41 PM
would you like to go to jail for 5 days for something you didnt do?
By SirHampton (60), quogue on Jul 30, 10 7:50 PM
define "didn't do"

She had been told previously to not take pictures of the base: fact
She had an Assault Rifle and a Shotgun with 500 rounds of ammo: fact
She had $13,000 cash in her car: fact
(a deposit in a bank of more than $10,000 requires a CTR form which is filed with the IRS because that much cash is suspicious)
This country is at risk of terrorist attacks, domestic or otherwise: fact
There is a law called the Patriot Act that allows a suspected terrorist ...more
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 30, 10 8:03 PM
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How thick are you? Her being held in jail for 5 days had nothing to do with the Patriot Act and it's provisions for unconstitutional detainment of American citizens.
She was held in jail on a Trespass charge which was dismissed, which equals the court saw it as she didn't do it!
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 9:19 PM
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She was held for "psychiatric observation", due to her antics in court.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 8:24 AM
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A 5 day "psychiatric observation" seems doubtful? 36 or 48 hours sure.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 31, 10 5:30 PM
Fact; she had made a withdrawl ( we assume ) from the bank, not a deposit !! Think before you open your mouth !
By Bill in Riverhead (190), Riverhead on Aug 1, 10 10:29 AM
I didn't claim she made a deposit, my point was that $13,000 is a LOT of cash, so much so that it WOULD trigger a review by the IRS if it were to be deposited. Why wouldn't you just use a check?
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Aug 2, 10 12:44 PM
She also signed legal documentation that if she EVER sets foot near, or on the base again, she will be prosecuted to the FULLEST extent of the law.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 3, 10 9:18 PM
I hope she wins and gets every penny. What they did to her was so wrong.
By PrivateerMatt (390), Weesuck Creek , EQ on Jul 29, 10 8:19 PM
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Isn't it illegal to photograph a military installation?
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 8:58 PM
yes
By splashdown (21), sag harbor on Jul 29, 10 9:14 PM

I knew it was,just wanted to bring it up,it wasn't mentioned in the article.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 9:29 PM
PrivateerMatt, you can pay her with your taxes.
By Noah Way (450), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 11:29 PM
I would rather see my taxes go to her than teaching ESL at schools and worse than that teaching classes in Spanish.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:04 PM
Just to clarify, not teaching Spanish as a language, but teaching Math, History, Sciences or any other classes besides Spanish in Spanish.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:06 PM
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Yea, because ESL classes are so terrible... what with teaching immigrants (legal and otherwise) english (as a second language, because they already speak in a language from their country of origin) and everything. They should just be thrown into a regular class room and sink or swim baby!
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Aug 2, 10 12:46 PM
I agree with ICE here.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 2, 10 3:51 PM
She better hope I'm not on her Jury because she sounds like a loose canon to me.
By Q333 (119), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 8:53 PM
Even if she were a loose cannon that wouldn't change her equal protection under the constitution.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 8:05 PM
A loose cannon? I guess people like George Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Paine also sound like loose cannons to you? We have gun rights for a reason, read up on your history a bit. Shes got the right to have her guns with her, she has the right to be angry about be detained illegally.
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Jul 30, 10 9:45 PM
This woman is NO patriot. Not in our tongue, or my father's.

You REALLY need to get ALL the facts, and details about her arrest, and detainment.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 8:28 AM
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By GoldenBoy (166), EastEnd on Jul 29, 10 9:14 PM
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By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 29, 10 9:22 PM
How long before Orly Taitz shows up?
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 9:32 PM
Not sure, but I'm reasonably sure Al Sharpton will probably skip this one.

Seriously, has this woman ever heard of a checkbook?

Maybe a cashier's check?

There will probably a few, shall we say, "undesirables" who may be looking for her this month when she has to pay "tuition" again...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 29, 10 9:42 PM
hey Mr. Z... don't be so hard. Remember, she was coming back from the GUN range, and EVERYONE knows a terrorist would never actually practice shooting their gun to become more proficient...

While it's "unfortunate" an "innocent" woman had to be dragged through all of this, you have to be smart enough to not put yourself in this position in the first place. If I were going to take photos of a police station for a website (or whatever reason) I surely would make sure I removed my $13,000 ...more
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 29, 10 9:56 PM
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Y'know, if I were the judge in this case, I would most likely have them (she, and counsel) "escorted" out of the courtroom by their belts, and lapels...
Jul 29, 10 10:15 PM appended by Mr. Z
P.S. ROLMAO...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 29, 10 10:15 PM
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No kidding.. what school takes $13,000 in CASH?!
By MartyMcDougal (24), Providence on Jul 30, 10 10:49 AM
Any school that could get their hands on it!
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 4:37 PM
Law enforcement did their job! After all that has gone down in the last decade, wouldn't you rather be safe than sorry??
By AnonymousSgh (177), Sag Harbor on Jul 29, 10 9:49 PM
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Yes they did! Think about it 1) she was taking photos in a NO photo Area 2) she had assault rifles and ammunition in her car and 3) she claims $13,000 in cash. If in fact they hadn't detained her and later placed her under arrest and she started shooting at the base and killing people after ALL the terrorist attempted attacks people whould be saying " the police didn't do their job. They let a terrorist go free". So with how the world is today it's better to be safe than sorry. She says she lives ...more
By lifesaver (93), speonk on Jul 30, 10 8:31 AM
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Law enforcement didn't do their job they stepped over the line.
If she broke the law as far as taking photos in a no photo area why was she not charged for that action? The trespass charge if it was to have been for her photo taking actions, was dismissed. What does that tell you about it's legality and validity? 5 days in jail on 50,000 bail for trespassing? After violating her 4th amendment rights against search and seizure.
The guns may not be popular with many people who are condemning ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:20 PM
Law enforcement didn't do their job they stepped over the line.
If she broke the law as far as taking photos in a no photo area why was she not charged for that action? The trespass charge if it was to have been for her photo taking actions, was dismissed. What does that tell you about it's legality and validity? 5 days in jail on 50,000 bail for trespassing? After violating her 4th amendment rights against search and seizure.
The guns may not be popular with many people who are condemning ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:20 PM
"Law enforcement did their job" assuming that it is the responsibility of police to trample the most important of our constitutional rights. Rather be safe than sorry? No, its innocent until proven guilty; as soon as things are the other way around tyranny sets in, its happened throughout history.
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Jul 30, 10 9:52 PM
1)Taking photos from a public road is not a crime, within the base is the "no photo area". 2) She had "assault" rifles in her car, which is part of one her most important constitutional rights, try really hard to remember why our founding fathers thought it was so important to have the right to bear arms. 3) Believe it or not, to some $13,000 is a trivial sum; this is really beside the point as its no one else s business but her own. As a former Marine it saddens me to see what you people think ...more
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Jul 30, 10 10:00 PM
I advise you read ALL the articles about this incident.

She was repeatedly warned NOT to engage in the behavior which got her arrested, questioned base personnel about matters of national security, and made herself known to not only base personnel as a potential threat, but to local law enforcement as well.

She was held for those five days, because of her "performance" at her araignment, and the judge ordered her held for "psychiatric observation".
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 8:32 AM
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Is it a question of national security?
"It was news to me, but military bases and nuclear facilities can restrict photographs – even from the outside area. Even if you’re not trespassing onto government land, taking pictures of these installations could be illegal.

Don’t even try. We’re not talking misdemeanor illegal. You might be shipped off and never seen again. Yep, crazy illegal!"


http://www.legalandrew.com/2007/10/11/photo-law-your-right-to-take-pictures-in-public/

By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 31, 10 8:40 PM
This Genovese character is a real piece of work. Pity that her ridiculous lawsuit is going to use taxpayer dollars. I predict she will not receive a cent. She has no case.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 29, 10 10:35 PM
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Held 5 days in jail on an unsubstantiated charge is a case in and of itself.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:23 PM
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Lesson: shoot first and ask questions later. Better results all the way around.
By Noah Way (450), Southampton on Jul 29, 10 11:36 PM
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By Kaiser Sozay (30), east end on Jul 30, 10 12:13 AM
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By Adnil (1), westhampton beach on Jul 30, 10 6:57 AM
Umm... those signs were put up AFTER this incident.. BECAUSE of her.
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 30, 10 9:04 AM
What? No explosives?
Jul 30, 10 7:06 AM appended by Q333
Opps, looks like she forgot the explosives
By Q333 (119), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 7:06 AM
SHE IS EITHER A TERRORIST OR DUMP AS CAN BE...EITHER WAY SHE IS A DANGER TO SOCIETY SO LOCK HER UP. NOBODY IS THAT DUMB!
By it never ends... (25), SMITHTOWN on Jul 30, 10 9:58 AM
Except people who think like you!
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:24 PM
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By SirHampton (60), quogue on Jul 30, 10 7:54 PM
"Terrorists" are a fairy tale and you are a fool if you believe in them. We have the right to bear arms for a reason, read your history books.
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Jul 30, 10 10:04 PM
You said, "terrorists are a fairy tale".

What does that mean? What are you talking about?
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 31, 10 11:46 PM
Thank you Elliot for asking, prepare for a long winded (but not long enough) response. The so called Al Queda, which translates to "the base" is a colloquialism for "the toilet". Al Queda was originally the name of a computer database in a government computer (you can verify this information easily). We armed the so called terrorists and trained them to fight communism under Bush Senior, don't believe me? Well the guys responsible for it for it were so proud and cocky that you can read all about ...more
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Aug 28, 10 12:51 AM
I am a wife of someone who works at the Base and when we came to this Base in 2008, we wanted to park and take pics of that same helicopter and they told us that we could not take pics of any part of this base. They told us it was for the safety of the base and personal. It was in effect back then. So I believe they did their job right and called her on it. When they saw the guns and ammo they responded fast to a case of possible terrorist. It can be a woman or man these days! This woman wants a ...more
By Patience (3), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 10:25 AM
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If the police did their job wouldn't the charge have stuck? It seems they failed by locking an innocent person up for 5 days on a bogus charge. I think they were right to check her out and verify her story, to ascertain whether or not she was in fact a "terrorist" which would be highly unlikely, being that she was stopped on the side of the road in broad daylight taking these pictures. A "terrorist would likely have their guns at the ready not stored in the trunk, following the proper procedure ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:35 PM
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Hey Ice,

explain that logic to those who died in the domestic (some would say muslim) terrorist attack at Fort Hood.

The shooter was properly trained and by all accounts lived on the right side of the law (and was an employee of the US military). Many people saw signs that something might be amiss but gave him a pass.

You can't be too safe and the government was right for what they did.
Jul 30, 10 8:18 PM appended by Nature
*to those who had family members die
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 30, 10 8:18 PM
Oh, and P.S. that was in "broad daylight"
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 30, 10 8:19 PM
How do you propose I speak those dead people? We will see who was right when this case goes to trial, I'm betting there will be a payout considering she was held on a bogus charge.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 8:37 PM
P.S. If you have to try and discredit a valid point with a spelling correction it shows you have no valid supporting argument.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 8:38 PM
Have you never heard the expression "broad daylight"?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 9:13 PM
I think they cut her a break, and chose not to charge her further, as even I would say she "paid her dues" for her assininity.

They did her a favor by choosing NOT to charge her.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 30, 10 9:22 PM
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a) I wasn't discrediting anything because it was spelled correctly

b) my point was that a terrorist attack can occur at any time of the day, including broad daylight. My use of quotes was to emphasize it was at the same period of day.
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 30, 10 10:02 PM
"The police did their job". No, it is not the Job of the police to round up absolutely anyone who possesses a gun or is possibly a terrorist. The thing is, ANYONE can be a terrorist, so you think they can just round up whoever they like whenever they like? Sounds like Berlin in the 40's to me. Innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around. Just to clarify, it is their job to protect and serve, not illegally detain and trample constitutional rights.
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Jul 30, 10 10:07 PM
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"so you think they can just round up whoever they like whenever they like?
Sounds like Berlin in the 40's to me. Innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around. Just to clarify, it is their job to protect and serve, not illegally detain and trample constitutional rights. "

where do you stand on illegal immigration? Would you apply the same standard?
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 31, 10 8:34 PM
Don't compare her to a fence jumping criminals who have no right to be here.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:06 PM
She has rights, illegals don't; completely different. For the sake of answering your question I have a very simple view on illegal immigration; I say our government should take some chalk (primitive, I know) and draw a line 100 yards from the American Border, anything that crosses it gets gunned down by Machine mounted AA12 loaded with double buck. Illegals don't have rights, end of story.
By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Aug 28, 10 12:57 AM
The article fails to mention how she has been a 'visitor' to the base multiple times previous to this one and that is why she was detained. My personal favorite of the article is the line about the cameras on the car pointed towards her. I guess while at the range she's never heard of the license plate reader cars the SCPD and the SCSO use.
By cleo (4), WEsthampton on Jul 30, 10 11:00 AM
She's a real attention-grabber and manipulator. She figures she can use this "poor innocent L.I. mom" type of thing to a payday in court.

Her lawyers, who already know she's a TOTAL WHACK JOB, will be fired very soon.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 30, 10 12:33 PM
What makes someone a "whack job"? a. owning guns, b. not subscribing to a liberal ideology, c. not agreeing with you, d. all of the above
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:39 PM
I'm speaking in general terms. I mean HER. By her inane logic and actions.....she's a whack job
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 31, 10 11:25 PM
P.S. "Ice" Your comments are usually pretty whacky too :)
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 31, 10 11:29 PM
who the hell carries an assault rifle, shotgun, 500 rounds of ammo and $13,000 cash, other than drug dealers? You were going to pay your kids tuition in cash? who are you kidding! Maybe the IRS sould investigate you, too.You really think this is typical behavior of a mother of three? And what purpose do you have to need to know how to shoot an assault rifle? Stop wasting my tax dollars with your frivolous lawsuits. Get some help before do something even more stupid (if possible) and really ...more
By lol@hb (20), hampton bays on Jul 30, 10 3:08 PM
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Who are you to determine what someone should or should not do with their time. Many people enjoy target shooting, if you don't that is fine. Anyone going to or coming from shooting range may be "carrying an assault rifle and shotgun as well as 500 rounds of ammo. Maybe more than just two weapons as the legal number you may transport is 19 so she was well within the law.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:49 PM
At last!!! Someone who sees things rationally. Thank you for the post.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 31, 10 11:47 PM
Pants wetting is rational now?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:07 PM
oooh please. her guns were unloaded and she was coming home from a shooting range....and why is it suspiciuos to pay tuition in cash, huh? can you do that? if you can than be quite. she was just taking a picture of a painted plastic helicopter, nothing to serious eh? so relax no ones hurting anybody :D
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 2, 10 3:15 AM
last time i checked it was not illegal to carry $13,000 in cash. the guns were registered. she was tossed in jail for 5 days on a trespass charge that was later dropped. she was basically tossed in jail because the SCPD did not agree with her political views. This is not Nazi Germany folks. He constitutional rights were violated. she may not get the $70 mil but she will get A LOT of TAXPAYER money. the SC DA should investigate the cops and if things were not done by the book they should be FIRED!
By fishy (67), East Hampton on Jul 30, 10 3:22 PM
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Read the Patriot Act - whether you agree with it or not, the cops are covered under it.
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Jul 30, 10 8:21 PM
Not in this instance.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 9:21 PM
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By DasWulf (8), Metarie on Jul 30, 10 10:10 PM
She was held for "psychiatric observation", after her tirade at her arraignment.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 8:36 AM
I doubt the evaluation took 5 days.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 31, 10 5:21 PM
No, it took five days for her to be bailed out.

Apparently, she had $13,000 cash on hand at the time of her arrest, but $50,000 was a little harder to come by.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 1:19 PM
Finally you admit she was held in jail on the criminal trespassing charge, which was dismissed. This equals false arrest and malicious prosecution. The excessive bail will be addressed in the suit as well, I would imagine.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 4:35 PM
I'm sure the police did not arrest her because of her political views, as though carrying an assault rifle, shot gun, dozens of rounds of ammo & $13,000 in cash while taking illegal pictures of a US military base, and probably arguing and antagonizing the police while being questioned, weren't reasons enough to be detained. She says she doesn't feel safe after this incident, but I should feel safe with someone driving around with assault weapons in my neighborhood? Would you honestly feel safe ...more
By lol@hb (20), hampton bays on Jul 30, 10 4:33 PM
Guess what, all of those shootings were done with pistols. Your logic doesn't hold, because she owns a guns she is going to use it in an illegal manner or to harm someone. The statistics just don't support you phobia.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:53 PM
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cry me a river.......
By SirHampton (60), quogue on Jul 30, 10 7:55 PM
Hey I just got searched at an airport because the same name came up on the NO FLY LIST(irish name) and it wasnt me. Do you think I can get $70 million out of it?
By GoldenBoy (166), EastEnd on Jul 30, 10 5:10 PM
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By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 7:54 PM
you mean there's another golden boy??
By CaptainSig (420), Dutch Harbor on Jul 30, 10 9:16 PM
That was weak removing my comment, it was a legitimate sarcastic question to the above sarcastic comment!
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 4:41 PM
Well, the story states that she was on her way home from a shooting range so I can understand having the guns & ammo. They were all legal so I don't understand the negative comments about them. I would think that if any one of you were arrested and detained for five days, then having to post a $50,000 bond to get out, all for a simple trespassing charge that wasn't even justified, you would be afraid to go out also.
By Freedomoversafety (1), leon on Jul 30, 10 5:39 PM
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All her guns were legal. They were transported in a legal fashion. Also there is nothing wrong with having a camera either. Not to mention many people have cellphone cameras too. Last I checked this isn't a fascist nation is it? Or did something "Change."

Or did I get something wrong and she is really a female Rambo mom who is plotting to take over the world. Right......
By popeandy (1), Nowhere lol on Jul 30, 10 5:54 PM
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She was illegally photographing a military installation.If she was a Muslim,you'd be screaming to hang her.Law enforcement did the right thing,they detained her until after she was investigated.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 7:52 PM
They didn't "detain" her, they charged her with trespass, which didn't hold up in court. She was free to leave the jail upon posting $50,000. That isn't detainment, that is a wrongful arrest and malicious prosecution. The knew she wasn't a threat before she was removed the scene. If the photographs she took were so illegal why wasn't she charged with violating that law/policy?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 8:00 PM
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She was also held for "psychiatric evaluation", for her conduct before the bench.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 8:39 AM
She was before the bench for a bogus charge, so any detainment was unjustified due to the fact she should have been before the bench.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 31, 10 5:36 PM
It was more than that she was detained.

Her public comments in cyberspace are not only paramilitary related, some of the things she posted could border on sedition.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 1, 10 1:12 PM
"could border on sedition." This was about her cyberspace comments or was it? If it was then it seems as though her lawsuit may have some validity after all.
If they aren't deemed seditious then they are covered under the first amendment.
Once again she wasn't charged with anything relating to this.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:05 PM
"could border on sedition." This was about her cyberspace comments or was it? If it was then it seems as though her lawsuit may have some validity after all.
If they aren't deemed seditious then they are covered under the first amendment.
Once again she wasn't charged with anything relating to this.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:05 PM
This happened at the time there were Tea party rallies with people bringing guns to them and protesting heavily against the government.They caught her taking pictures of amilitary installation, and because of the fact she had guns in the car and apparently isn't wrapped too tight,they arrested her.
I say they did the right thing;they were protecting the airmen at the base.
Are they not worth protecting?
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 8:11 PM
Get a grip the Airmen were never in danger.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 8:46 PM
No one kenw that at the time.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 31, 10 8:30 PM
It's a sad day in our Military's history when the civilian sector has to protect them.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:09 PM
She broke the law even though it seems like a small issue, its not, We need to be smart and vigillent in these times, Move on lady you were wrong sorry.Im not even going to mention the gun thats too easy
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Jul 30, 10 8:30 PM
ICARE, you are not even going to mention the LEGAL gun?
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 8:34 PM
What law did she break? Why wasn't she charged with this law she broke? Obviously the trespassing didn't occur or it wouldn't have been dismissed.
Please give your opinion on guns, not that it will be supported by any law or facts. Just your ignorance on the matter.
You seem to be interested in laws being upheld. here is a comment you posted:

"Wow dont hold back gallery girl why dont you make youself a sign and go stand outside the 7 eleven in southampton in the mornings, with you ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 8:56 PM
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I WOULD LOVE TO REPLY PLEASE EXCUSE MY USING CAPS MY COMPUTER IS NOT HAPPY WITH ME EITHER. FIRSTLY ABOUT THE IMMIGRATIONA THING I JUST GOT MY GREEN CARD ABOUT A DECADE AG. i AM FROM IRELAND AND I CAME HERE AFTER COLLEGE TO WORK A SUMMDER HERE. I MET MY HUSBAND AND OBVIOUSLY GOT MARRIED AFTER A FEW YEARS AND I ENDED UP BACK PAYING BACK TEN GRAND BACK TAXE TO IRS, OF COUSE WITH A LOAN FROM IRELAND ( MY PARNETS LOVED THAT) BUT BACK TEN ALL IRISH RESIDENTS WERE PERMITTED TO BE IN THIS COUNTRY FOR ...more
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Jul 31, 10 10:06 PM
ABOUT THE TRESSPASSINGNEITHER OF US WERTE THERE SO WE HAVE TO BELEVE WHAT WAS REPORTED AT FIRST, AND ARE YOU KIDDING ME TWO WORDS ABOUT IN YOU WORDS DIDNT OCCUR OR IT WOULDNT BE DISMISSED I HAVE TWO WORDS TO SAY ABOUT THAT OJ SIMPSON. I REST MY CASE,

IF THESE LADY WAS ANY OTHER COLOUR OR RACE AND WAS SEEN OUTSIDE THE BASE, WITH A CAMERA,CASH AND GUN LEGALL OR NOT WHAT DO YOU THINK WOULD HAVE HAPPENED.

PEOPLE ARE TOO SUE HAPPY THESE DAYS,
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Jul 31, 10 10:15 PM
SORRY ABOUT MY SPELLING
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Jul 31, 10 11:14 PM
Here we go.
Drumroll.. .
ICE introduces illegal immigration into a completely different situation.

Would ya' stop already?
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 31, 10 11:52 PM
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If you need a new keyboard, I have more than a few laying around, as I collect and recycle old hardware.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 11:58 PM
hhahahah your right I agree sorry when i read he called me ignorant and quoted me I wanted to explain my bad.
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Aug 1, 10 10:07 AM
OH thank you so much I have a note book since I have a habit of breaking computers, I really appreciate it. I feel like Im typing on a postage stamp
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Aug 1, 10 10:18 AM
"She broke the law even though it seems like a small issue"

I was merely pointing out that ICARE seems to CARE about laws being broken in this case, but not in others.

Jul 31, 10 8:34 PM
"so you think they can just round up whoever they like whenever they like?
Sounds like Berlin in the 40's to me. Innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around. Just to clarify, it is their job to protect and serve, not illegally detain and trample constitutional rights. "

where ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:19 PM
Oh and ICARE, I see you didn't try to touch the "too easy" gun issue because they were legal and properly transported.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:30 PM
omg you are such a fool I answered all you allegations and thats all you come up with I did talk about the gun dear. I really think you watch too much court tv,
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Aug 1, 10 7:40 PM
You resort to a personal attack by calling me a fool? That is weak and shows how you can't stick to this issues. You need to reread your response because nowhere in it did you address the "too easy' gun.
Earlier you claimed I called you ignorant, but it is a lack of your understanding of the English language which caused you to misinterpret what I wrote. "Please give your opinion on guns, not that it will be supported by any law or facts. Just your ignorance on the matter." This is not saying ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 8:22 PM
chill dude when you relax Ill be happy to explain my self to you take it down a notch your really acting crazy, its a southampton blog the justice system doest even care or know what we are talking about, take deep breaths your boring me and prob everyone else when you cxome down well talk love icare
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Aug 1, 10 10:49 PM
and yes Im not informed on gun laws or never claimed to be All I know is guns can kill people and other wise there is a time and a place for them end of story,
By ICARE (23), SOUTHAMPTON on Aug 1, 10 10:57 PM
When transporting them in a car in this state the place for up to 19 of them is in the trunk. They were completely legit and shouldn't have been confiscated. Her son could have taken them home, but the police wanted to bust her chops. Now she is busting back.

As for guns killing people: Guns kill people like spoons made Rosie O'Donnell fat.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 12:49 AM
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well for those of you have not heard of the 2nd amendment it was her right to have those weapons and the amount of ammo was more like 140 rounds not that it matters you can carry as much as you want as long as you are legally allowed to have the weapons and ammo and as for the cash who the hell cares how much you carry on you its none of the governments business or yours what a person does with their cash and in a so called "free' country one should be able to carry cash and weapons if they want ...more
By 76thCOVR (1), Sterling on Jul 30, 10 8:52 PM
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this isn't a 2nd amendment issue,as much as you would like to make into one.
She was arrested bcause she was tresspassing and taking pictures of a military installation.The fact that she had guns in her car,legally or not,complicated the issue.The woman was stupid,but keep defending her.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 8:57 PM
All you who have questioned and attacked her right to own those guns have made it a 2nd amendment issue. An arrest that doesn't result in a conviction may result in compensation.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 9:03 PM
I didn't attack her right have guns.I ststed that she demonstrated poor judgement. If guns compensate for someones' personal shortcomings,they should do all they can to prove that having guns hides their faults.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 9:07 PM
As for the pictures of a military installation, go on google earth, there are pictures of Area 51 in NV the top secret base. Are we to believe WHAFB's heli is more of a concern?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 9:08 PM
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Ground level photos can be used to plan a terrorist attack.This is probably why she was arrested.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 9:17 PM
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Fair enough, then why didn't the charge stick? How do you know so much about planning terrorist attacks?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 30, 10 9:24 PM
what are you implying?
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 9:28 PM
Do you post things in cyberspace that could border on sedition, and associate you with paramilitary groups?
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 1, 10 1:20 PM
No, but last time I checked the constitution was still intact. It sure seems to be when we want loitering day labors off our streets. I remember getting harassed by Police for skateboarding as a kid, but now it is okay to loiter as an illegal immigrant who should even be in the country? Hmmmmm
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 8:26 PM
There are alot of places we can't "hang out" like we used to anymore.

Mobil used to be like Mecca back in the early nineties.

This really is not a constitutional issue, it's about violating laws regarding national security, and a judge having mercy.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 3:25 AM
If it was truly a national security concern do you really think the SHPD would have been the arresting agency? If it was the case then the FBI would have taken her away not the Town Police.

By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 4:46 PM
philathome, go to bed and get a good night's sleep!

IMO
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 9:21 PM
I refuse to defend stupidity.
seems others have no problem with it,though.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 9:27 PM
Not implying anything just curious as to the source of your claimed knowledge of terrorist thought processes.
Once again I ask if it is illegal to take the photos, why didn't they charge her with that and if that is what the trespass charge was in relation too, why didn't it stick?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 31, 10 5:19 PM
You are defending stupidity, you are defending the the police who arrested her and charged her ineffectually. That seems to be a fairly stupid move as the lawsuit reflects.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Jul 31, 10 5:24 PM
I stay informed. I read books,newspapers and follow the media.It isn't rocket science,I'll bet you can do it,too.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 31, 10 8:49 PM
Still dodging the question: Once again I ask if it is illegal to take the photos, why didn't they charge her with that and if that is what the trespass charge was in relation too, why didn't it stick?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:23 PM
And you dodged the comparison to enforcing the laws where I quoted you before when you said

"so you think they can just round up whoever they like whenever they like?
Sounds like Berlin in the 40's to me. Innocent until proven guilty, not the other way around. Just to clarify, it is their job to protect and serve, not illegally detain and trample constitutional rights. "

you sure like to pick and choose who you like to harass and apply the law to.
don't like brown people ...more
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Aug 1, 10 8:17 PM
Go back and read who wrote that, it wasn't me genius. lol I apply the law equally to all, I would deport an illegal Irish, Polish, Russian, Israeli, English or any other nationality just as quick as someone from Mexico, Central or South America. For you to try and use the race card on me shows how pathetic your position is. I don't want anyone or any race, nationality or religion here illegally.
I have friends of many different nationalities and races, but they all have one thing in common, ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 8:56 PM
"I'm not a bigot,I have friends of many races"

hear that all the time.Typical dodge.
I didn't call her a 'whack job',maybe you should go back and re-read he previous posts.
I did say she was stupid,and I did say you are defending stupidity.
You've been putting words in the mouths of everybody who opposed you.
They see you for what you are.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Aug 1, 10 10:40 PM
Oh, you got me.... I guess I'll just wear my hood to the supermarket from now on.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 10:49 PM
Fact remains, she HAD BEEN warned previously, and persisted in suspicious behavior.

Law enforcement was well within in their rights to detain, and investigate her. How many times have you heard of someone just snapping, and killing a slew of their co-workers? Post office, Wall St., other military bases, and elsewhere.

This woman played with fire, got burned, and now she wants to get paid for it.

Just what we need if she actually wins, another cup of McDonald's coffee...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 30, 10 9:29 PM
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Better watch out, Mr Z,they'll try to send you to bed.
Or imply that you're a terrorist.
typical when someone has a weak argument.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 9:36 PM
Thanks for the tip Phil, and actually, you're right about getting to bed.

After a little more time spent making some extra dough working for Google, I'll be out cold.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 30, 10 9:53 PM
have a good night.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 9:59 PM
Interesting...Nancy Genovese/Glen Beck connection? I found this trying to find her myspace page...Miss Innocent certainly doesn't seem so innocous:
http://blogs.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=blog.view&friendId=492531657&blogId=505351981
By trublnocknatmydr (35), East Hampton on Jul 30, 10 10:06 PM
Interesting that this surfaced today-

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/07/30/AR2010073003254.html?hpid=opinionsbox1

"Late on a Saturday night two weeks ago, an unemployed carpenter packed his mother's Toyota Tundra with guns and set off for San Francisco with a plan to kill progressives.

When California Highway Patrol officers stopped him on an interstate in Oakland for driving erratically, Byron Williams, wearing body armor, fired at police with ...more
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Jul 30, 10 10:10 PM
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"While not all the facts are in yet, we do know that according to law enforcement officials in Suffolk County, New York, Nancy Genovese, an unemployed single mother, had been reportedly scoping things out at the Gabreski base for weeks. According to Bill Mason of Newsday.com, members of the Air National Guard reported to law enforcement that the woman had been warned off the base before, after asking them questions about the base that they weren't at liberty to answer."

Any questions?
Jul 31, 10 6:46 AM appended by Mr. Z
"Caracappa also stated according to Crowley's article that during the arraignment of Genovese at the Southampton Town Justice Court on Friday, Genovese became "hysterical," thus prompting the judge to order her held for psychiatric evaluation."
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 6:46 AM
Mr. Z, the post above (including the Edit in red) contains quotations. Would you please post the source of this quoted material?

Also, you refer to an arraignment on "Friday." Did this occur yesterday on July 30, 2010? Was Ms. Genovese held for psychiatric evaluation, as you have stated?

Thank you.
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Jul 31, 10 6:53 PM
trublnocknatmydr's post.

Didn't you cut, and paste the link?
Aug 1, 10 12:01 AM appended by Mr. Z
Read the articles this nice person from Georgia was kind enough to collect. In fact, I recommend reading it at least thrice...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 1, 10 12:01 AM
there is no connection you silly thing. why dont you stay out of other peoples buisness. thank you[:
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 3, 10 2:07 AM
there is no connection you silly thing. why dont you stay out of other peoples buisness. thank you[:
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 3, 10 2:07 AM
there is no connection you silly thing. why dont you stay out of other people buisness. thank you[:
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 3, 10 2:08 AM
lol my computer is messed up, sorry for the extra repeats >.<
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 3, 10 2:13 AM
And...Ms Genovese...your 15 minutes is up. Good luck in court.
By trublnocknatmydr (35), East Hampton on Jul 30, 10 10:07 PM
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When they first put the helicopter in front of the gate I stopped to take a closer look at it. I'm ex-military and was just curious and reminiscing. The first thing I noticed was a sign that stated that it was illegal to stop there. Why the hell would they put the helicopter there knowing that military buffs, or just anyone in particular would want to stop and get a closer look and take pictures. If they don't want people stopping at the front gate, don't entice them with things to make them stop. ...more
By deelove (44), Bridgehampton on Jul 31, 10 5:21 AM
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I am a veteran and other military bases have airplanes, helicopters and tanks on display off to the side of the front gate in an area set up for people to stop and take pictures. To put that helicopter smack dab in front of the entrance gate was a dumb idea. With all that space out there they could have put it off to the side so people who stopped wouldn't pose a threat to the front gate.
By deelove (44), Bridgehampton on Jul 31, 10 5:33 AM
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At this point, that is kind of irrelevant, as she was warned NOT to engage in the behavior, which incited her detainment.

Fair warning was given, and disregarded.

If you ask, and receive clearance, there should be no problem.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Jul 31, 10 6:42 AM
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If it looks like a duck , quacks like a duck and walks like a duck, maybe she was a well...duck. If the police did not detain her and someone was hurt the press would be all over the authorities. She should have realized how her actions could be taken and visit the base unarmed and with permission to take pictures. Was she setting up the lawsuit then?
By hamptonsnrcit (24), sag harbor on Jul 31, 10 11:39 AM
She was basically unarmed, consider how long it would take her to open her trunk, unlock her guns and ammo, then load them. The soldier at the gate has a loaded gun in a tactical holster on their thigh, as well as an automatic rifle probably a M4.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 4:52 PM
Mr.Z, please see reply above posted at 6:53 PM.

Thanks.
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Jul 31, 10 6:55 PM
The lady is wacked,she will get what she deserves......
By DJ9222 (78), southampton on Jul 31, 10 7:00 PM
And the Constitution of the United States of America is irrelevant here, DJ9222?
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Jul 31, 10 7:40 PM
PBR I am neither a Constitutional Scholar nor a Lawyer, I belive you reap what you sow.....
By DJ9222 (78), southampton on Aug 1, 10 12:41 PM
Exactely! Hence the 70 million$ lawsuit! LOL
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:25 PM
Read my lips.....

She's a Whack Job of the First Order.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Jul 31, 10 11:56 PM
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Well, I guess that's better than being a second rate whack job or a pants wetting gun hater.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:33 PM
wow.
you know,name calling is a sure sign that your losing the argument.
If your going to get all screechy,maybe you should just admit she did somethng stupid,which she did.
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Aug 1, 10 8:21 PM
Exactly, you called her a whack job = you losing the argument.
The second rate whack job was me being sarcastic about you comment and not directed at you personally. The pants wetting gun hater is you though.;-)
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 8:43 PM
dont judge a book by its cover -.-
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 2, 10 3:10 AM
Jeez, ICE. You use that, "pants wetting" analogy to great excess.

That's gotta' say something unsavory about your proclivities.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 2, 10 3:49 PM
Funny thing, now her "Come and get them" myspace page is set to "Private".

Try and send a friend request, it's a great read...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 1, 10 12:09 AM
maybe because she doesnt need ignorence like you looking at it.
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 2, 10 3:18 AM
Um, no.

More likely that her lawyers told her to set it to "Private". Your lack of grammar, as well as writing and spelling skills seem awfully familiar, newbie.

I'm not a "rocket scientist", but your style seems alot like someone else's recently inaccessible web content I have read...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 12:30 PM
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i dont care, as long as i get my point across.
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 3, 10 2:08 AM
I'm sure her lawyers told her to hide it because her public comments will only hurt her case. After reading some of them, I'm confident that what she said to authorities during her questioning had more to due with her detainment than the original grounds.

The bottom line is that she wasn't minding her own business on her own property and was sujected to an illegal search and seizure - she brought this all on herself. The good news is that the authorities know about her now and she probably ...more
By Q333 (119), Southampton on Aug 1, 10 6:41 AM
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Nancy Genovese is reading these posts and adding her "Like" to the ones that shes does.

Knowing this, I will ask you directly, Ms. Genovese, "What in the bloomin' world did you THINK was going to happen to you after you illegally photographed a military base with an arsenal in your trunk.

Did you really think the police were going to say a polite, "Goodnight, Ma'am"?
You're actions and motivations are so outrageously suspicious, it is no wonder at all that they held you. ...more
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 1, 10 10:14 AM
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Two guns is an arsenal? You are so hysterical is is amazing. People like you are the reason the NRA exists.

"You are a potentially dangerous person." This is a benign statement as any human being operating a motor vehicle is "potentially dangerous". Ease up on your support for thought crime and worst case scenario paranoia.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:42 PM
Whack job? for carrying two guns in a legally prescribed manor. for wanting to take pictures of the same helicopter that i have wanted to take pictures of! For being hysterical after being harassed,arrested ,detained in an unlawful manner by overzealous law enforcement . and she carried a large amount of cash,so what ! I would call her a whack job for spending 5 mil on a mcmansion that anywhere else is only worth 1 mil but not for any of the reasons that have been mentioned here. they can have ...more
By frank84 (10), hampton bays on Aug 1, 10 1:04 PM
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You really need to read her rants in cyberspace, which is most of the reason why she was detained.

She not only associated herself with paramilitary groups, some of the things posted would be considered sedition in other parts of the world.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 1, 10 1:22 PM
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Yeah in other parts of the world, so your point is what? Kim Jong il wouldn't stand for it, so why should we? This is America still, I think.
If it is as you say and she was detained for her rants, then the allegations in her lawsuit seem to have some factual support. You can't detain some one because you don't agree with their ideology if they haven't broken the law. Think about it, she was charged by the county for breaking a federal law, this makes no sense.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:49 PM
My point is, she's lucky she's an American.
Aug 1, 10 8:51 PM appended by Mr. Z
Her rants deemed her worthy of investigation, and people who have ranted less have committed far worse acts of aggression.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 1, 10 8:51 PM
Her rants weren't why they stopped her though, it was for the picture taking, either way they were stupid to arrest her and charge her with something that wouldn't stick.
True many people have ranted much less and committed far worse acts of aggression, the quiet ones are the ones you need to really worry about! Think of how unassuming most serial killers are.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 9:59 PM
Once she was picked up, the investigation into who she was began. We do have laws about applying cyberspace content in a court of law these days, and, it searching the net for content is one way we do find terrorists.

Fact remains, what she was doing for the umpteenth time was not legal, and she was warned to cease, and desist her involvement with the base. She could not. Read over Title 19, and it may change your tune.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 12:24 PM
This is The United States Of America . We are guaranteed Certain inalienable rights under the Constitution. one of those is free speech,another is the right to bear arms. Exercising these rights does not make you a criminal or a whack job. I may not agree with what she says , but I would die for her right to say what she wants. This is The United States Of America . Thank God !
By frank84 (10), hampton bays on Aug 1, 10 1:33 PM
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Get off your riidulous philosophical horse, Frank and get a brain.

You're a whack job, too.

By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 1, 10 4:50 PM
Why don't you move if you don't like this country?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 6:54 PM
and leave this country to people like you?
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Aug 1, 10 8:27 PM
Talk about name calling.... LOL Pot calling the kettle shelliot!
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 8:46 PM
Why isn't the "missing cash" mentioned in the first two versions of her story?

I predict her new Lawyers will drop kick her soon just like the NYC firm did in 2009.

Had she done this in many another Countries, she (and her car) would just simply have disappeared....
By Q333 (119), Southampton on Aug 1, 10 4:09 PM
You are 100% correct. They soon will.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 1, 10 5:02 PM
Valid point, but don't forget in those countries you would not even have the right to say what you think as you are fortunate enough to do here, Be careful how quick you are to subjugate other's rights, for your rights could swiftly follow.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 8:29 PM
If you choose your words carefully, diligently, tactfully, and respectfully, with no hint of an aversion to violent behavior, you will have no problem with the law.

Her inept grammar, spelling skills, and choice of moniker were more than sufficient "red flags" to consider her a potential threat to others.

Come on, this is a woman who BELIEVED that FEMA was stockpiling coffins at the airbase, so bodies would efficiently be disposed of after we were placed in concentration camps.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 1, 10 8:58 PM
The last part is crazy, everyone knows the FEMA coffins are in Georgia! LOL
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 1, 10 10:00 PM
why does the cash matter to you?
By whomever (10), riverhead on Aug 2, 10 3:22 AM
My guess is it seems like there are holes in her story, every time she tells it.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 3:32 AM
this case is a slam dunk and a HUGE payday for the lawyers. she probably had lawyers lined up around the block....
By fishy (67), East Hampton on Aug 2, 10 11:28 AM
Yea, that's why she had to get that 22 year old kid fresh out of law school in the above photo... please. I'm surprised Keahon didn't drop Kabot for this case!
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Aug 2, 10 12:41 PM
22 and fresh out of law school? Hmmmm graduate high school 17-18 + 4 years to a BA = 21-22 then 3 years law school = 24-25 minimum. Seems like you used some fuzzy math. Don't forget most of the lawyers working for the county couldn't get jobs in private firms.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 5:03 PM
Look up the word exaggeration ICE. Or maybe he is actually a wonderkind?

What does lawyers working for the county have to do with anything? They will probably end up with outside council anyways.. you know how the Town/government loves spending money on lawyers
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Aug 3, 10 9:15 AM
No doubt, I don't know why I was thinking they would handle the suit in house.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 3, 10 5:08 PM
This shows how Ice conducts a conversation-with contempt and belligerence toward opposing viewpoints.



"Why don't you move if you don't like this country?"

"You are so hysterical is is amazing.People like you are the reason the NRA exists. "

"Well, I guess that's better than being a second rate whack job or a pants wetting gun hater."

"The pants wetting gun hater is you though."

"Pants wetting is rational now?"
!

"You are defending ...more
By philathome (8721), Southampton on Aug 1, 10 11:08 PM
Good redirect from your inability to answer the simple question:

If it is illegal to take the photos, why didn't they charge her with that and if that is what the trespass charge was in relation to, why didn't it stick?

I will agree she didn't use the best judgement in her approach to photographing the helicopter. I never said it was unreasonable for the police to detain her at the scene and ascertain wether or not she was a threat. Where they screwed up was arresting her and ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 12:42 AM
Under Title 18, Section 1382, the mere intent to trespass on a military base will trigger enforcement of said law.

She clearly displayed the intent to trespass repeatedly (photos are probably the best way to plan it), and in addition was instructed by base personnel not to return, and she did. I'm also more than sure she was investigated after the first incident of being asked to leave the base. Her cyberspace content is enough to label her a potential threat, besides the guns, and cash ...more
Aug 2, 10 3:12 AM appended by Mr. Z
And, to boot, the Sherrif's Office works closely with the Department of Homeland Security, which is why they were involved. She would not have been arrested, if both those departments were not involved. Why else would it take six hours to put the arrest together?
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 3:12 AM
My heart breaks, for our country, our constitution, our freedoms, when I read comments like the others have posted, ICE. Thank you for taking the time to post your common sense replies.

Nothing of what the others are commenting has any validity to it. The filed docs have two law firms on them, the law firm on Park Ave., NYC decided we needed a law firm on LI also.

This false arrest and demonetization is a witch hunt. You people are my neighbors and should know better. How ...more
By mystcstar (51), Quogue on Aug 2, 10 12:31 PM
Nancy,

Can you give us an example of the "brainwashing"? You mean like the belief that FEMA is stockpiling coffins?
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Aug 2, 10 12:40 PM
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Demonetization?

What does the divesting of currency, or the discontinued use of a particular form of it in a society have to do with your story? I'm more than sure your arrest has nothing to do with FDR removing us from the Gold Standard. Maybe you meant "demonization"?

Respectfully ma'am, there are the freedoms we have, and the freedoms we can choose to abuse. The only crime here, was the one you were conducting yourself in at the base, taking photos of it, once again, in violation ...more
Aug 2, 10 1:10 PM appended by Mr. Z
And, by the way, had you simply ASKED permission to take the photos, none of this would have happened.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 1:10 PM
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Yeah, Right.

But 70 million would go a LONG WAY to healing your oh-so-broken heart.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 2, 10 1:28 PM
Mr. Z - Fact: The guns were confiscated and held for 6 months after her charge was officially dismissed. That is is a violation of her 2nd amendment rights, there was no legal justification for the confiscation of the legally transported firearms.
Fact: Thought crime is not yet on the books, except in the case of hate crime legislation. Not agree with someone ideologies doesn't grant the right to infringe on a constitutional right.

The cash is a non issue, because it is not illegal ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 4:28 PM
mystcstar - You're welcome. Please do your self a favor and don't take the bait! Let your debating on this take place in the court room through your lawyers. In a forum where fact and law rule you will prevail. In here emotion and opinion rule, so it isn't worth jeopardizing a solid case.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 2, 10 4:32 PM
Bottom line ???

All charges were dropped.

Think about it !!!
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Aug 2, 10 4:36 PM
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PS -- I just read most of the posts above.

Please do the same.

What is all the fear, anger, hysteria and melodrama about?

Sad IMO.

Please take a deep look in the mirror.

Who is there?

The posts above !!!
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Aug 2, 10 6:37 PM
Hey PBR,

Would you pleas take Nancy and ICE and go get yourselves a cold beer or something?

Jeez! Your condescending, holier than thou observations are getting sooooo predictable.
They're just so "sad"

By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 2, 10 9:44 PM
Well, being charged is one thing.

Being prosecuted is another...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 10:37 PM
Exactly, being charged without valid reason can lead to dismissal, which can lead to false arrest suits.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 3, 10 12:52 AM
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By johnnyhampton (65), Southampton on Aug 2, 10 7:04 PM
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By johnnyhampton (65), Southampton on Aug 2, 10 7:06 PM
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And directly from her Electronic Diarrhea Trail here on 27east.com:

Nov 20, 09 5:39 PM "This was the result of an under sheriff Caracappa who wanted his name in the papers, a media hungry under qualified person put in a job position he doesn't deserve."

Nov 20, 09 8:43 PM "I have a perfect background so they made up lies to "sell papers." "

Nov 20, 09 10:29 PM "It was not until Caracappa saw my Myspace page, in the middle of the night, with my political views that he ...more
By Q333 (119), Southampton on Aug 2, 10 8:37 PM
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Thank you, Q333, for the dose of reality. I'm sure ICE or PBR will use some kind of nonsense to trivialize the truth here.
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 2, 10 9:46 PM
How about a bit more?

§ 140.10 Criminal trespass in the third degree.
A person is guilty of criminal trespass in the third degree when he/she
knowingly enters or remains unlawfully in a building or upon real
property
(a) which is fenced or otherwise enclosed in a manner designed to
exclude intruders...

The rest is about schools, cities, and railroads, but, you get the point...
Aug 2, 10 10:43 PM appended by Mr. Z
"Air National Guard officials told The Press that, before her arrest in July, Ms. Genovese had been previously spotted on the base’s grounds and warned to stay away. Ms. Genovese said that while she had been to the base prior to her arrest, she had never been warned to stay away. In Southampton Town Justice Court on November 17, Ms. Genovese signed an agreement stating that she understands that she is forbidden to enter the base in the future. If she violates the agreement, criminal charges would be filed against her, according to authorities."
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 10:43 PM
And the charges were dropped, why?

Looks like a plea agreement, from over here...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 2, 10 10:58 PM
Why a plea bargin? It says charges dismissed, not dismissed in satisfaction. She was on a public road on the opposite side of the road from the base. What she was doing doesn't meet the description of the charge. She may have been taking photos, but that doesn't fit the charge. The Air National Guard officials do not have jusristiction over CR31. The above statement is therefore irrelevant do to her being out of their juristiction at the time of this incident.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 3, 10 12:47 AM
Well then, maybe she wasn't guilty of trespassing this time, and that makes it all OK.

Forget the fact she was guilty of it, to garner the attention she did.

One judge said lock her up, the next said, don't do it again, or we'll throw the book at you, so, let's see what the next one on a Federal level has to say...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 3, 10 2:07 AM
From here as well..
By Q333 (119), Southampton on Aug 2, 10 11:01 PM
Explain how it looks like a plea bargain since you seem to "see" it.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 3, 10 12:48 AM
This woman is a loon and needs to be locked up somewhere!
She makes people"around" her lives miserable. She is a loose cannon. maybe if the town gave her some money she would move far far away .
By SS&BMOMMY (5), East Quogue on Aug 3, 10 12:25 AM
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"She makes people"around" her lives miserable"

You are responsible for your own happiness, if you defer to outside sources for it you risk never being happy.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 3, 10 12:50 AM
No, I'm done explaining it.

The crux of what this is really all about is stated here and any rational person can understand it.

By Q333 (119), Southampton on Aug 3, 10 7:22 AM
And that's the problem -- you haven't explained anything other than she makes you so nervous that she'd be unlucky to have you as a juror on her case, that you don't like what she's done at the airport, or posted to some social networking page, etc.

You haven't explained it because you can't explain it -- but I have every confidence that if you think calmly about it for a bit, you WILL be able to better articulate what it is about Nancy Genovese that makes you so angry and fearful.

Not ...more
By Frank Wheeler (1261), Northampton on Aug 3, 10 8:16 AM
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This action is slam dunk for Genovese. She committed no crime and was arrested after an unconstitutional search by a politically prejudiced sheriff who deliberately slowed procedure so as to insure that she would spend the weekend in jail.

We will never know how much she is awarded since the case will never go to a jury determination but I hope she gets at least a mil. Enough so that the various local law enforcement agencies, (particularly the Sheriffs office), will hereafter follow ...more
By Reggie Washington (3), Quogue on Aug 3, 10 11:00 AM
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Reggie,

What happend, did 27east revoke your "highhatsize" handle?
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Aug 3, 10 12:22 PM
I miss Highhatsize, too.
By Johnny Nova (83), Northampton on Aug 3, 10 9:33 PM
It's about law and order....nothing to do with prejudice...so your comments meaningless.
By UNITED states CITIZEN (200), SOUTHAMPTON on Aug 6, 10 4:57 AM
Ya know, the saddest thing here is that, this paper provides a public forum for people to air their opinions and thoughts...it's a privilege.
Some are seizing the opportunity to personally attack others that they don't even know...what the hell?
We are all entitled to our opinions, it doesn't make us right or wrong. It's healthy to speak out. Personal attacks by cowards hiding behind an online name or silhouette is not. It's immature and diverts people from the topic. Please stop it.
By trublnocknatmydr (35), East Hampton on Aug 3, 10 5:27 PM
elliot,

What part of "NO CHARGES FILED" don't you understand?

It is not illegal to be a "whack job."

The Constitution of The United States of America is in full action here.

Use it or lose it.
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Aug 3, 10 6:05 PM
PS -- more correctly -- no filed charges "stuck."

The Constitution is watching the replies, to see who wants to be the next victim of sloppy police action.

Do you feel it hovering around you as you type your reply?

It is.
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Aug 3, 10 6:11 PM
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One judge said lock her up, the next said, don't do it again, or we'll throw the book at you, so, let's see what the next one on a Federal level has to say...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 4, 10 12:08 AM
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OK. I am finished here and shall move on.

Truth be told: Innocent until proven guilty.

Although in my opinion her actions, reactions and motivations (as reported) are entirely suspect, that does not guarantee guilt. The trial shall prove whatever facts need to be seen.

What I AM concerned about is how we, with our comments, can try a case before it ever reaches court. I know a public internet forum is legal ( and fun at others' expense), but it actually makes me very ...more
By elliot (203), sag harbor on Aug 4, 10 11:14 AM
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A graceful exit elliot.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 4, 10 8:35 PM
Well said. Thanks.
By PBR (4364), Southampton on Aug 5, 10 12:44 PM
none of these gun nuts would be saying a thing if this person was hispanic... or a muslim. Insane
By littleplains (305), olde england on Aug 4, 10 11:41 AM
You are so predictable, when all logic, fact and are against you, out comes the racist crutch. It has no validity how do you know I'm not an El Salvadorian Muslim?
Aug 4, 10 8:34 PM appended by ICE
logic, fact and law
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 4, 10 8:34 PM
Clearly you aren't, because a true Salvadorian would know that the "El" makes no sense when referring to anything other than the country...
By Nature (2573), Hampton Bays on Aug 5, 10 4:21 PM
True, I'm not! It however doesn't mean that I am a racist gun nut as this all to predicable poster has claimed. Any time someone doesn't agree with him they are either crazy, racist or a Neo Con. All this does is drawn attention to his lack of facts or law to support his opinions. The guns were legal and not an issue, so we are labeled "gun nuts".
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 6, 10 4:42 AM
I do have to agree that too many easily pull the "race card", when it's not even relevant to the issue, but it tugs at hearstrings, and incites fear of suit.

Fear is quite an effective weapon...
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 6, 10 7:23 AM
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What does race have to do with it? She's dopey and made a mistake. The cops made a mistake too...there is blame to go around for all, but these are the times in which we live. The only winners here will be the attorneys.
By H. W. Jablome (4), Sag Harbor on Aug 4, 10 1:29 PM
This whacko sat in her car in an off-limits area with a trunk full of ammo and weapons and SHE is suing the town? If the judge who may eventually hear this case has any sense he will fine her for wasting the court's time and throw out the case!
By fcmcmann (417), Hampton Bays on Aug 4, 10 4:30 PM
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Since when is County Road 31 an off limits area? She must have a pretty small trunk if a shotgun, AR15 and 140-500 rounds of ammo fill it up. She had 17 firearms under the legal limit in her trunk, that is right you can legally be in possession of 19 firearms outside of your home. Please don't hold your breath for the case to be thrown out, we would hate to lose you! lol
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 4, 10 8:30 PM
Ask the photographers who were photographing a base in Pennsylvania, with a telephoto lens from a hillside adjoining the base. They were doing a story for the NY Times, and even though they were not physically trespassing, their eyes and camera were, and they did not have base approval for the photos.

They were detained, arrested, and later given approval, and the story ran with approved photos.
By Mr. Z (6141), North Sea on Aug 6, 10 7:15 AM
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There is no provision in the NYS penal code for this interpretation of Criminal Trespass 3. The PA base was probably also an actual Military Base, Westhampton is not. They were also photographing inside the base as you state, she was photographing an ornamental helicopter, which is outside of the gate and fences. It would be interesting to know if it is on the CR 31 right of way, because if it is there goes the one paddle the Town and County had!

Very different situations. You said their ...more
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 6, 10 7:32 AM
This woman is a liar AND a tebagger!
By fcmcmann (417), Hampton Bays on Aug 4, 10 5:00 PM
If what you say is true does that change her protection under the constitution?
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 4, 10 8:31 PM
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By Frank Wheeler (1261), Northampton on Aug 5, 10 10:47 AM
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if she is a teabagger, what she does in the privacy of her own home shouldn't matter. and that is not an appropriate statement for a family newspaper.
By H. W. Jablome (4), Sag Harbor on Aug 5, 10 7:07 AM
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Do you think your user name is appropriate for a family newspaper???? Talk about the pot calling the kettle black! LMBO!
By concerned citizen (41), Hampton Bays on Aug 6, 10 2:10 PM
NO ONE SHOULD BEABLE TO TAKE PHOTOS OF THIS AREA WITHOUT FULL CONSENT AND KNOWLEDGE WHEN PHOTOS ARE TO BE TAKEN. ANYONE THAT IS A TRUE MEMBER OF FREEDOM AND WHAT AMERICA IS SHOULD UNDERSTAND THAT....SHE IS NOT FOR THE TRUE TEAPARTY SHE IS AN IMPOSTER!
By UNITED states CITIZEN (200), SOUTHAMPTON on Aug 6, 10 4:54 AM
Anyone who tries to submit a comment in all CAPS should be rejected until the retype their message.
By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 6, 10 7:20 AM
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By ICE (1195), Southhampton on Aug 6, 10 7:20 AM
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Taking pictures of public places, you will be stopped and questioned. Why not with all the crazies out there. She should be thankful that she got stopped knowing that people want to set off bombs anywhere.
What a country when you can sue for $70,000,000 and your in the wrong.
By longislander40 (29), hampton bays on Aug 6, 10 11:31 AM
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This story basically sums up everything thats wrong with this country. First, a woman breaks the law and due to words and actions is placed under sucide watch. Now she wants to cash in for the big payout? Are you kidding me lady? 70 mil to fund your website? Who are you - Steve Jobs? This lawsuit is an absolute waste of time and taxpayers money. If this woman was a real "patriot" she would admit her wrongdoings and just go quietly into the night.
By BaymenNYC (38), Manhattan on Aug 6, 10 6:14 PM
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Anybody ever think about which airport it is that dignitaries use when flying into the East End? Just this weekend VP Biden flew in!
By BaymenNYC (38), Manhattan on Aug 6, 10 6:16 PM
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SHE BROKE NO LAWS! THAT'S WHY THE CASE WAS THROWN OUT. I HOPE SHE SUES THE BALLZ OFF OF THEM AND GETS BIG MONEY. HER CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS WERE CLEARLY VIOLATED. 5 DAYS IN JAIL FOR WHAT???? SHE WASN'T A THREAT. MANY OF YOU PEOPLE ARE FOOLS WITH YOUR LIBERAL VENOM SPEWING FROM YOUR ORIFICES.
By lennyben (2), Smithtown on Aug 8, 10 3:20 AM
She is a lunatic! Read the article! Enough teabag nonsense. That includes you, Frankie!
By fcmcmann (417), Hampton Bays on Aug 11, 10 8:15 PM
your comment pisses me off.
By whomever (10), riverhead on Oct 19, 10 11:28 PM
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