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The Most Wanted Drivers in New York

May 03, 2024
okay, easy, tiger, easy, easy, easy, easy, easy, easy, come on, come on, come on, come on, hey, hey, hey, how many police chases do you think you've been in? 30 I think on a scale of 1 to 10, how sought after would you say you are? probably a 10, no one is more

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than me. I wasn't lying when I said these guys are

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. Hello friends, I'm Tommy G. I'm here with New York's

most

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drivers

. He's a swimmer, you know what's going on. I love him. swim team, the Dream Team, so buckle up folks, this is going to be a wild ride one day in the safety of my home in Milwaukee.
the most wanted drivers in new york
I started getting bombarded by DMS imploring me to explore these two

drivers

called Squeeze Benz and there are 981 of us when I looked. In its pages, his way of driving surprised me. I would describe his videos as daring, dangerous and reckless. I am fascinated by the human desire to push boundaries and go against the current. I am fascinated by the daredevils and outlaws of the world, young people in particular love. To do this in several ways, the evil Canal was shot from a cannon. Philip Petite walked with a rope through the Twin Towers. Alex Hanold climbed cliffs without a rope and wrestler Darren slashed his tail until he was blind.
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The question that comes to mind when looking at this behavior is what forces someone to try so hard and risk injury or death. In today's video we investigate this reckless behavior in the form of reckless drivers that is causing outrage and fascination throughout the NYPD. On West 38th Street at 7th Avenue, the driver accelerated and crashed into cars traveling on the sidewalk and even hit a food shed. There's a twist to the story because these guys not only risk their own necks in stuns, they also risk the lives of innocents. Pedestrians and the law enforcement officers who chase them.
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These guys regularly participate in police chases and evade police helicopters. Today we interview them face to face and talk about morality, ethics, danger and the motivation for their behavior. Let's dive in and get to work. This documentary is purely for educational purposes, we want to emphasize that the behavior depicted in this video is dangerous, illegal and should never be imitated. Remember that it only takes one serious accident to ruin your life or someone else's life. Drive responsibly. Thank you. One of us in my section wanted to know how. Every day people felt about this type of driving, we had some extra time to waste at the New York airport, so I went around showing people videos of squeeze bendz and usa 981 driving, this is what they had to say About that, what do you think about that being simply dangerous?
the most wanted drivers in new york
I think school outside of them is a bit dangerous, everyone else was at risk. It's probably going 120 130 right now. Look how there are some close situations. I feel like he thinks he's in a video game. Those things bother me. I have kids who are into those. The roads too when that guy hits one of my children, he says: I don't know what happened. I could tell this guy a million times. Hey, you're going to kill someone on the road. He will do it anyway. What do you think about that? It makes me angry, I get it, all kids are raised to do that right, but I would still be irresponsible if I told you that this guy ran away not only from the police but also from helicopters.
What is your reaction to that? I believe it, I just feel I really feel like he should have his license taken away for a period of time and probably have to take safe driving classes, maybe talking to people who are victims of people driving should be proportional to attempted manslaughter or something like I want to say. That is, in effect, you are intentionally putting people at risk when you go a certain speed over the speed limit. If you were his mother or father, what would you say to him? He is a selfish idiot. One of these days, someone will get in his way. and that person is going to end up dead or a lot of people are going to end up dead and if they end up dead that is their consequence for what they do but no one else deserves to take that kind of risk it is no different than someone who is very drunk behind the wheel of a car and driving when they have no control, I mean, their car is actually like a weapon of mass destruction; you have to drive carefully, worse than being drunk and getting behind the wheel because you are actively making the decision to put other people's lives at risk the cheapest price you pay is not the person driving the car someone is going to end up dying and that it will be what can ruin the lives of hundreds of people like if a child in a school died everyone in the school warning for that person oh yes it is tremendous it is not safe at all if it hits someone do you think it should be involuntary manslaughter or in first grade?
I say manslaughter because you know what you're doing like you're driving like crazy. Would you tell him if you could say something like, say, slow down, what do you think about driving like that? Oh, it's terrible, I don't like it, you better stay away from it. Yes, what should be the penalty if you are caught for manslaughter or? first degree that's up for debate if he hits someone you mean if he kills someone he's the man in the vehicle this guy has the ability to escape from multiple police vehicles including helicopters which is why they didn't catch him yesterday he escaped from a helicopter where in New York or California New York Wow, what kind of car does Lamborghini rent?
I can see how he is running away from the police. I guess we could expect it to hit a telephone pole. Turn yourself in brother, you are a reckless driver and you are going to hurt innocent people, I have people who take P something like pop R. I'm going to get the Tesla. I don't really like that the mod actually hits the check, but I'm not rocking, we're on our way to meet. Press Benz. He has recently been in the news for his high-speed stunts, while some people see his driving as exhilarating or exciting, there is a growing feeling that this type of behavior unnecessarily endangers innocent drivers and pedestrians.
He sent us the address of a random parking lot and told us. to stop this is what we meet people we are on our way to talk to one of the

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squeeze Benz this guy does things that make my anus pucker pause this guy is reckless this guy is extreme this guy drives a very high speed I don't drive like that you shouldn't drive like that and there's a reason I don't get in their cars while they drive so fast it's dangerous it's reckless it's scary disclaimer don't do this at home it's like a high fugitive speed.
I'm always interested in the outcasts of the world. People who live on the edge. Humans, especially men, are always pushing the limits of danger. But one distinction I want to make is that evil is only conal. he hurts himself if he fails, the UFC fighters are both signing up, they're in mutual combat, but these guys, if something goes wrong, they hurt innocent civilians, so I want to ask him about that, but then ask him about the outlaw, the trials, the danger, the peace that lives. strongly into them because I think that's interesting this is not a product placement I don't want a partnership with Celsius I don't drink their drinks on every trip several times a day I don't absolutely love AB their drinks guys if you want to hit Pick me up please get me I'd love to talk to you otherwise I'll probably go to Prime and you know how that goes so we'll head over to meet Benz.
I'm excited, I hope you are too, you know. It must be high speed. A problem around here if they have an NYPD Mustang car that has some speed. RP mainstream Med. It's been a great career, I congratulate you for lasting so long, but that's it, I mean, you're done and I'm sorry. from that rip hoodies from mainstream media available Tommy g.com oh god dude, what is this Batman guy on a scale of 1 to 10? How sought after would you say you are probably a 10? No one is more wanted than me, really, yeah that's crazy, it started like about a year ago I bought my first Benz and I always liked the little driving videos and I never took it anywhere and then my son started saying: "You know, crazy people are blowing up about this" and I was like, "You know, that's how." started I'm curious like we had a Lamborghini at one point at Mercedes-Benz.
I'm sure they go through a lot of different cars. Do they go Touro and just drive people's cars? Y'all crazy, you guys get your own cars, tell me. About that, I had my own car for a while, but then I changed it because I was chased a lot, so I realized that doing long-term rentals is a much better route and then obviously I don't tell these. Guys on the back street, did you ever get your T blown off? People ask what the hell happened, they ask and then like I know I'm just driving the car, you know, I mean, you mix in danger, but there's also other people at risk when you do that innocent civilian thing, so what do you think about the Danger element I've been doing this since it was real?
I used to start my dad's car and just drive away. I've been doing this for so long that I feel like I'm a pro at this, you know, this is how I drive. There have been incidents where I've been out with people and they've tried to follow me and check how fast. You see? I mean, there's been a live video of me going one-handed at 210 mph filming with one hand driving with the other 210 mph, that's crazy, did that scare you? Isn't it just to develop a tolerance for speed? The police watch your Instagram 100%, they do it.
Let's get in the car and have the conversation. Okay, okay, okay, okay, how many people normally go out compared to like? Am I at the top end of high? It's okay, your mom cares about you, of course. I call it, she doesn't even want to listen to the things I'm doing, she's freaking out because she knows I'm doing it. You know what I mean. Do you know any friends who have been really hurt or killed doing this? boy he was running and he hit his head and his head split open a little but other than that nothing ever happened tell me about the camera system in new

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how hard is it to evade capture or awareness of the police It's super easy, many people like to commit crimes with their badges on.
You mean if I go and run from the police, I'll make sure I have altered plates or no plates? New York City is home to one of the most advanced camera surveillance networks on the planet. An Amnesty International project identifies that there are more than 25,000 public and private cameras at traffic intersections throughout the city. This camera technology can capture faces and other details from up to 400 feet away. This infrastructure is not cheap either, this camera technology combined with cell phone tracking, spy use and facial recognition tools racked up nearly $3 billion in NYPD spending from 2007 to 2019, when Street Racers proliferated.
In the city, it is easy for governments to argue for increased surveillance to crack down on this reckless and deadly behavior; However, the same technology can also be used to capture the profiles of millions of civilians daily, something that is currently happening in China and is feared by many Americans as technology like this. As AI facial recognition and high-definition cameras increase in quality, this is a challenge we will have to grapple with to ensure the same technology that can help keep us safe doesn't become too powerful to infringe on our freedoms. . What are the differences? penalties if you get caught doing what we were doing G time I'm passing flashing lights I'm doing more than three times the speed limit twice the speed limit this is a lot of fines, you did a video in Time Square recently, right? yes bags for all my insecurities you like some work probably clean the bag do the blocking Top Line let me it only takes one mistake to permanently change or destroy someone's life I understand it was like we were also like it was a lot of people 12:00 In the morning, you saw in the video how I stopped, looked around, sure there wasn't any and I started doing it and when I was running the red lights, I'm not going to lie, there was.
I keep bothering you discreet I know how to run red lights I've been chased by maops to the point where I could turn off red lights doing 6070 no I'm not going to 70 buddy what's your strategy to get away from the police jumping on the road as if these police officers weren't made for that? which is a lot of real rookie cops, now a bunch of rookie cops and these guys don't know how to drive on the road, let's talk about how drivers like Ben can evade detection for so long that they do it by altering or covering up their license plate. so that the car cannot be tracked by the police or traffic cameras, the cars with their modification have been nicknamed ghost cars last month a Task Force was launchedTrying to crash, we're not trying to crash.
If anything, I would say that when we're on the road we're actually paying attention to the RO more than anyone else on the road or anything else is drinking and driving and and and we're never under the influence. behind the wheel and I'm proud to say that, tell me what's going on in your head in the police chase, how you get away, what you're thinking about, you're trying to go down some streets and take an exit that you have to get out of, like how Do you avoid the police in this type of situation? Wait, don't give too much.
There are people who might watch what you do and wonder how come the police haven't caught you yet. What is your answer? I really mean the way we don't. Getting caught is stopping being an idiot, there is no chase policy and I can say that because at least I've been swimming, at least I got into most of the CH. I'm not saying I like it, I had the worst luck, bro, I honestly wanted to do it. I know what the legal perspective was on what the swim team was doing, BS and all these other New York drivers, what the legal ramifications were, how much jail time they could face, and why they were so brazen about continually doing this.
I talked to my guy, Nate, the lawyer, to find out more about this. He is a lawyer who runs a YouTube channel and breaks things down regularly. This is what he had to say. My name is Nate, the lawyer. I'm a former prosecutor and a former law school professor, so what. What you just saw on the screen is known as reckless driving in New York State. You could serve up to a year in prison if you drive recklessly. Reckless driving in New York is simple, it is if you drive in a manner that unreasonably interferes with the free and proper use of public roads or unreasonably endangers public road users by driving recklessly.
Anyone who violates this provision will be guilty of a misdemeanor, meaning they can serve up to one year in jail if someone is injured or killed during the act of reckless driving. You could find yourself facing some serious charges. Exclusive dangerous and disturbing video of young people driving their cars recklessly just before one of the cars crashed and killed two people. Now this driver was charged with criminally negligent homicide and faces up to 10 years in prison if he is doing something he knows. is inherently dangerous and could get someone killed or injured and then you do it anyway the law considers it reckless and criminal in some cases driving a car at 90 miles per hour in a 50 mph zone is reckless someone could get hurt someone You could die and if someone does, then you are on the hook for that homicide, there may be no fear of repercussions due to New York bail reform laws.
The misdemeanor offense of reckless driving, as you see on the screen, is not eligible for bail if someone commits this offense. 10 times in the same day they will get bail each time due to New York bill reform laws. Now some of you may not believe how crazy the New York bill reform laws are, but you're crazy like this guy who was arrested 101 times for shoplifting and let go every time because of the reform laws. of the New York bill or this guy who was arrested for three assaults in one day, including through a brick through a store window, was freed each time because of the bill reform or the history of these four people who cut up two bodies left body parts all over New York state and then when the police went to their house they found bloody body parts, guts, everything in their house, guess what the judge did?
He released them without bail when you put it all together, I think these guys are doing it because they really have no fear of killing anyone and if they get caught driving recklessly they will be arrested but will probably be let out the same day on bail. go out and do it again if you need legal advice if you're watching this YouTube video to help you in your case you're looking in the wrong place with that being said I'm Nate the lawyer and I'm out in peace After hearing what Nate the lawyer said upon listening that there really are no consequences for what these guys are doing, it makes sense why they are doing it.
Back to the swim team, how often do you get nervous doing this? When I started seeing a super nervous. Especially when and the reason I started running is not because I like them, I don't like police officers, it's simply because they got to a point where I can already use the tickets because they were pointing at me for no reason, the speed L is 50, right? then I would be on Bell Parkway and I'm going 70 75. I'm going the same speed as everyone else, however, when the state trooper sees everyone else and me, they point at me because I'm on a white track, so they think I can hit the luxury of fining me, but at first I could, but then that started to add up and if you're going to say, oh, then just don't speed.
I wasn't accelerating. I was just following the flow of traffic. and then I started running one day because I couldn't afford the tickets anymore and I started from there. At first I'm very nervous, you got nervous after the first time, I only got nervous one more time after that, that was only because I understood how many people were behind you 15 cars the helicopter you guys have to stay away from the helicopters before I never had I have to do it thank God I honestly feel like I don't understand that situation oh yeah I know what to do if the news has spread to any of you oh yeah of course bro I'm not going to do F this is crazy I'm not like av7, don't like av7 news because they contacted me about my content and are still posting it after I thought they said no.
I don't like it, but yeah, this was about news reporters reaching out to you, texting you, texting you, emailing you. Birthday, okay, CBS New York's Ali Bomman. I was like, “No, I,” I just never responded, what made you say no? for her and yes for me, honestly BR, you are not a c, yes you are not, you are not associated with the law, you have no different motive. I generally feel like you're not going to try to paint a bad picture. We've seen your videos, we've seen the work that you do and the kind of honesty with which you relate to new people who do worse things than us, yeah, it's like, come on, if you kept them safe, there's no reason why that you would support us.
Sure bro, it's a lot of fun for me not to have any journalistic experience and beat them at their own game. Definitely, when you are an authentic person, you go far. I feel like people of our generation just don't trust news that they've lied about. so many times that their credits have definitely gone with us, honestly, I have become more precise all the time. Take out the tracker. Take out the whip. r. sport. I'm at The Jackie doing tricks, keep swimming, I've got the oars in the boat, let's meet the swim team. and let's listen to your swimming specialty team you already know and what is your specialty my specialty is floating all I do is float is my name is what I do is everything do you feel like you have to look over your shoulder doing this type of things?
I always look over my shoulder. I'm nobody. I would say I'm a little camera shy, but my specialty is that I do a little bit of everything, but when it comes to liking, you know, the corporate side of things. I know the brand and stuff like I'm basically like the brains behind all that waiting, so you're trying to turn this into a video game. I mean, we already did it, it's a game, so it's called a Corsa set, so we're basically hosts. servers and you just have to take the link and jump to the server and if any of us have to use the South, you can drive with free swi RIS where 981 and his team are very aware that many of their fans are young men who could try to replicate what they do and knowing that that is incredibly dangerous their team has done something so that you can join them in the safety of your home, they created this cors online AET or server so you can drive diversions whatever you want, everything that you need.
It is a computer Internet connection and it is recommended that you have a steering wheel. Details to join the server are in my description. Do you think the authorities are looking for you? They definitely know about us. Me specifically. I have no idea if they are looking for me. Sorry, I don't hate the NYPD, I just don't want the fine, what are you called B250 or Brick 50? Either one is SP and what is your specialty at the moment. I think fans will probably say that my specialty is probably police chases. and stuff like that, but in my opinion I think you don't know how many police chases you think you've been in, honestly bro, I lost count probably because I posted at least 30.
I think so. I think I have, you have at least 30 police chases. on the internet right now, yeah, why is this job potentially going to prison, no matter how you look at it, it's not worth it at all. I'm who I am as a person, bro, it's funny, bro, who are you from Reaper? What's your specialty? rather a discreet swimmer. I'm not really making videos and stuff, but you know, if you know, you know, do you have any little brothers? Oh yeah, if they wanted to get into this, what would you tell them? I'm a hypocrite, but I would do it.
I don't recommend this, you don't recommend it, this is a question for the whole group, how often do you have to change vehicles? I say if they do it right, they could probably spend one to two years where they have to change the car. If you are smart, but you could do something stupid in one night, that makes you have to shut up. What is your name? My name is Billy and what is your specialty? Honestly, fans know me as Lester. I guess I'd say that's the case if you get in trouble, you can call me.
I will help you with your situation. So what makes it worth doing? It's not worth doing. I wouldn't recommend doing this if I were you, but I can't make decisions for you, so if we're going to do this against our best wishes. I guess just think about other people along the way and do everything you can to get him home without hurting yourself, hurting anyone else or damaging any property, tell me what you think about taking risks in danger. Think that if you are ever going to take on any risk or danger, whether physical or financial, I think you should write down each of the variables that could be a factor in the risk you are taking and you should figure out what the worst case scenario is. could go wrong, any other type of scenarios that could go wrong and you want to figure out what the best case scenario is and whether the risks that are on the table are worth taking a gamble on. but if those risks are worth the reward you're looking for, I think you should do it and if at some point you get too scared, the risks are too much for the reward, you don't want to risk it for the cookie. stop because you are not made for it, if you want an extraordinary life, you have to take extraordinary measures, risks and action, but know your path and know when to stay out, and this is something I will not participate in, also the story of ichor.
It's when you have black swings and you fly too close to the sun, you will never feel like you have it unlocked 24/7. The story of IUS comes from Greek mythology and tells the story of Deus and his son Icarus who were imprisoned on the island. of Creep by King Minos to escape from Deus he created winds made of feathers and wax and Icarus warned his father not to fly too close to the Sun. Icarus ignored this advice as he rose higher and higher, the wax melted causing His wings failed and he was thrown into the sea and drowned.
This story serves as a cautionary tale warning against the dangers of overconfidence and recklessness. I think this story is very relevant to Mr. Squeeze. Ben, my stolen son couldn't survive but he wanted to say what's wrong. So everyone can feel what's going on and whatever I have to say for the camera, the swim team brother, you better shout out my son Jolly too, he couldn't make it, yeah, so they made us these Questions, what do you think about swimming? So here's the I think danger is good in someone's life, but when you put another person in danger while having fun that's where I have doubts.
I admire courage, I admire The Bravery, but when other people's lives are at risk for me, it's like it's a tough battle, you know what I mean, if I lost a friend because someone was having fun along the way, I would like to kill that guy. I was also a young man who does dangerous things to get it, but I highly recommend it. don't try it, we met these guys here to b-roll their cool cars, but while they were waiting their turn, a couple of them decided to do donuts in a parking lot where there were a lot of families, so they called the police and in a few minutes, an NYPD helicopter arrived on the scene, this is what happened next, well, we dive into asecond, you saw it, yes, hello friends, I'm Tommy G, here at New York's Most Wanted Drivers, look, they're peeling.
Friends I wasn't lying when I said these guys are wanted, well friends I think it's time for us to get out of here, stay safe, understand that the decisions you make can affect other people, there are dangerous things you can do and that you only impact yourselves when you impact. Scared civilians, we should probably get out of here, let's go. I'm conflicted about this video, folks, because a lot of young people are going to think this is cool and so do they, their brains aren't developed enough to realize the risk to other people. and I feel like you have to pick your battles and while statistically it's exciting, eventually someone will crash, someone will die, someone will be paralyzed and the game that sounded so fun isn't so fun anymore in the Bo game. to scales, now play fake, I lost my guy from out of town, he's here to break something, she's my C, she dropped a padic from a packaging outside the warehouse doing donuts and I hit the door.
I had a lot of opposition, but they died. I know my cies love me I'm a fan favorite I need 100 bricks like my man Franklin trying to steal my secret recipes friends I hope you enjoyed this episode want to watch another one here want to subscribe here see you next week

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