1) Again this question is funny. Are you serious? It ended up that a cop did in fact own the bar but he himself didn't even know it!! Stop it PLEASE! LOL.Oh well, I have never seen Lynch this bad. Usually he can answer a simple question with a "YES" or a "NO".
1.) Lynch, did you know that a police officer owned the bar?
2.) Lynch, did you ever meet the firefighter that restrained you BEFORE the incident?
3.) Lynch, did you go to the fire station and inform the Deputy Fire Chief of the parking situation BEFORE calling 911 and going to JRs?
4.) Lynch, what did the Deputy Fire Chief say?
5.) Lynch did you stay at the fire station after calling 911 to await the arrival of the police?
6.) Lynch, if you saw a stranger in a scuffle with a police officer who would you restrain?
7.) Lynch, once the confrontation started did you leave and go back to fire station to be used as a safe haven until the police arrive?
8.) Lynch, once you notified the Deputy Fire Chief on duty of the parking situation did you see him go over to JRs as you remained at the Fire Station?
These are very important questions that must be answered?
2) That Fire fighter was a blogger on this site and was part of the conversation often. I had also put in numerous complaints with the Mayor regarding the allowance of improper parking being allowed at that station and from the reactions it appears that it was him who allowed it. So, yes, he had a dog in the fight!
And to answer your question further, both my attacker and this firefighter knew what I looked like but I did not know what they looked like.
I didn't even know my attackers' name until Dave stated in the jail cell, "the crowd was stating ,Enough Chucky, you are going to kill him Chucky, Enough!" And right then I replied ,"oh, I have heard that name on Topix as Chucky Siomos!
3) I attempted to go into the FFD but the door was locked, I pulled on the handle and looked into the station which would be on video and digitally dated. And of course I didn't go into a full bar to tell them to move their cars. I called 911 so the police could deal with a bar room more safely. I stayed at the FFD until they arrived but they never arrived and then I was brutally attacked.