Teen driver killed in Syosset crash buried

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A 19-year-old man who died in a car crash in Syosset was buried yesterday in a traditional Muslim graveside service attended by more than 100 mourners. Full Story
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brianna

Brooklyn, NY

#2 Dec 9, 2007
wow a nother cars crash in smithtown!!!! whats going on
Semih

AOL

#3 Dec 11, 2007
This kid was a great person. I always loved him him. He is a best friend and cousin. You will never get better then him. You are an angle At. RIP love you kid i will never forget u.
SUNY Business Class

Holtsville, NY

#4 Dec 12, 2007
Our condolences go to the family of Atkin Altinerlielmas. Please transmit this message of sympathy. Thank you.
IGNORANT PUBLISHER

Brooklyn, NY

#5 Dec 12, 2007
A young teens life is lost and this article points out, how people were dressed "in ripped jeans and earings" Why is that relevant? That sentence has no place in the article. His family members and freinds are devastated and this article is focusing on "dress codes" If the publisher of this articles family member died, i would love to see an aritcle about his family members death and better yet how poeple were dressed. This publisher is so ignorant and greedy.
R.I.P Atkin
Ron Zoni

Brooklyn, NY

#6 Dec 13, 2007
IGNORANT PUBLISHER wrote:
A young teens life is lost and this article points out, how people were dressed "in ripped jeans and earings" Why is that relevant? That sentence has no place in the article. His family members and freinds are devastated and this article is focusing on "dress codes" If the publisher of this articles family member died, i would love to see an aritcle about his family members death and better yet how poeple were dressed. This publisher is so ignorant and greedy.
R.I.P Atkin
They were pointing out how some of today's youth lacks the decency and respect to dress appropriately. Shabbily dressed at a funeral. Same types that drive like morons and kill themselves.
Tom Cush

Orlando, FL

#7 Dec 13, 2007
I think the dress codes actually were meant to point out that Atkin was loved by people from all walks of life. I myself knew him since 1st grade and know firsthand he was an all-around good guy. A lot of people liked him. My condolences to his family. R.I.P. Atkin.
Ron Zoni

Brooklyn, NY

#8 Dec 13, 2007
Tom Cush wrote:
I think the dress codes actually were meant to point out that Atkin was loved by people from all walks of life. I myself knew him since 1st grade and know firsthand he was an all-around good guy. A lot of people liked him. My condolences to his family. R.I.P. Atkin.
I think it was those "other" walks of life that may have influenced his driving habits as an adult. I never knew him, but I can tell you I don't like him because of what he did.
Pat Montesano

Franklin Square, NY

#9 Dec 14, 2007
Do you have no remorse "Ron"?? I'm sure you're no saint. Don't comment if you have nothing good to say. This comment page was meant to be used to say great things about the memory of the victim and to say prayers for the survivers. People who care deserve to show respect without ignorant inconsiderate nobodys making unnecessary comments. I am a friend of one of the survivers and I know he is a good guy im sure the other two are as well judging by my friend's personality. They deserve and could use the sympathy and prayers. Dan get well soon bro me and my family are praying for you.
yor wrong

Brooklyn, NY

#10 Dec 14, 2007
Ron Zoni wrote:
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They were pointing out how some of today's youth lacks the decency and respect to dress appropriately. Shabbily dressed at a funeral. Same types that drive like morons and kill themselves.
your wrong - the publisher is pointing out the difference of a muslim service. every religion handles death differently - they are not talking about the youth of today like your implying.
lee

Tallassee, AL

#11 Dec 14, 2007
yor wrong wrote:
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your wrong - the publisher is pointing out the difference of a muslim service. every religion handles death differently - they are not talking about the youth of today like your implying.
Very interesting;....and you know this for sure, or are you just speculating?.........
Ron Zoni

Brooklyn, NY

#12 Dec 15, 2007
yor wrong wrote:
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your(you're?) wrong - the publisher is pointing out the difference of a muslim service. every religion handles death differently - they are not talking about the youth of today like your implying.
yor wrong,
Guess what? Youíre wrong. While there is no specific dress code for an Islamic funeral except that women are to cover their heads with a scarf and be apart from the men. Dress for the men is to be formal and respectful (dark suit). Go ask your local funeral director.

So what do I get from the statement made about how people there were dressed? Iíll say it again with my original post.

"They were pointing out how some of today's youth lacks the decency and respect to dress appropriately. Shabbily dressed at a funeral. Same types that drive like morons and kill themselves."
Ron Zoni

Brooklyn, NY

#13 Dec 15, 2007
Happy Holidays!!!
Ron Zoni

Brooklyn, NY

#14 Dec 15, 2007
Pat Montesano wrote:
Do you have no remorse "Ron"?? I'm sure you're no saint. Don't comment if you have nothing good to say. This comment page was meant to be used to say great things about the memory of the victim and to say prayers for the survivers. People who care deserve to show respect without ignorant inconsiderate nobodys making unnecessary comments. I am a friend of one of the survivers and I know he is a good guy im sure the other two are as well judging by my friend's personality. They deserve and could use the sympathy and prayers. Dan get well soon bro me and my family are praying for you.
1) Remorse for what?
2) I'm not a saint and Iím not looking for a nomination either.
3) I'll comment on the article as I see fit.
4) There is nothing stating that this page was a sympathy site or pity party for anyone. I am praying for the survivors and I wish them a full and speedy recovery as well.
5) People who truly care will be with the family at a time like this and pray with them in private, without disturbances and not spending time away from them on the computer getting all worked up.
6) I feel for you since one of the survivors is your friend. Go spend time with him and help him through his recovery. He needs friends now more than ever.
Hear this

Bronx, NY

#15 Dec 16, 2007
Ron Zoni wrote:
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They were pointing out how some of today's youth lacks the decency and respect to dress appropriately. Shabbily dressed at a funeral. Same types that drive like morons and kill themselves.
RONALD......DO YOU HAVE A LIFE OTHER THAN ONLINE - IT APPEARS THAT YOUR NAME IS A FREQUENT VISITOR. MAYBE YOU NEED TO GOOGLE "REAL HOBBIES IN LIFE" AND GET YOURSELF GOING. YOU MIGHT START WITH A COURSE IN HUMAN RELATIONSHIPS BECAUSE YOUR PSYCHE IS SERIOUSLY VOID OF ANY UNDERSTANDING OF THE PHENOMENON
Dick

AOL

#16 Dec 21, 2007
Ron Zoni wrote:
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They were pointing out how some of today's youth lacks the decency and respect to dress appropriately. Shabbily dressed at a funeral. Same types that drive like morons and kill themselves.
First of all your a dick and you did know him and if you got problems ill knock it out of you
Get a Life

AOL

#17 Jan 1, 2008
For those of you that are bashing my cousin Atkin, you have no respect. Atkin was a great kid and deserves nothing but respect. You need a slap in the face for bashing his young soul. We love him and miss him dearly. Find another hobby instead of posting onto this site.
Brandon Lustig

Brooklyn, NY

#18 Jan 1, 2008
Atkin was a great guy. We would race together and have fun swerving around cars.
ABUSER

Brentwood, TN

#19 Jan 1, 2008
ALLAH must have been laughing the whole day long. I know I was!
lee

Opelika, AL

#20 Jan 1, 2008
Get a Life wrote:
For those of you that are bashing my cousin Atkin, you have no respect. Atkin was a great kid and deserves nothing but respect. You need a slap in the face for bashing his young soul. We love him and miss him dearly. Find another hobby instead of posting onto this site.
I thought Atkin was a DEAD issue !!!!
Atkin Altinerlielmas

Brooklyn, NY

#21 Jan 1, 2008
I don't feel too good.

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