When she got to jail, she allegedly told someone that when she got out, she planned to put two bullets in the judge's forehead.
"Huh, that's interesting," said I upon watching the TV news that Albany police had called off a car chase "minutes before a horrible crash." Puzzling. Why scramble to announce the chase was called off? (Scratches head). Until this morning: Channel 10 reporting the dead man's identity: a gifted, loved, respected young teenager. His family name: Carnevale! Now it all adds up!
"(Harrison) Carnevale graduated from Shaker High School just four days ago.Now, about those "tough questions." Once again, Channel 6 is out of the loop. They buried a censored account of the incident featuring video shot shortly after the crash. Seems on weekends nobody is around to ask those tough questions. But WRGB is heavily promoting an upcoming piece where one of their reporters proves incapable of driving a car and talking on a cellphone at the same time, something millions of Americans do (illegal in some states, but they do it anyway) every single day! I would suggest Channel 6's reporter take a look at Single Mobile Females.
He was giving a co-worker a lift home from his job at an Albany restaurant when he was hit, Camille Carnevale, his sister, said Sunday night.
Camille Carnevale said it was typical of her brother to go out of his way to help people. She said his smile and outgoing personality drew people to him.
"We used to say he could make friends in the grocery store," Camille Carnevale said.
The teenager's popularity was in evidence Sunday night at a candlelight vigil held in his memory at Ganser-Smith Park in Menands. More than 200 people turned out to remember his crazy haircuts, his video camera and the unusual outfits he wore to turn heads.
Classmates gathered in a circle telling stories as the crowd laughed and sniffled. Roses and 33 lighted candles were placed next to a poster board of photos depicting a teenager with long hair spreading out from underneath a baseball cap, making goofy faces for his friends.
Friends said Carnevale finished high school a year early so he could move to Los Angeles to study film at Loyola Marymount University."[Times Union]
Video (Sumi Somaskanda / Capital News 9)