St Patrick’s Cathedral: NYPD arrested a professor with gas cans
April 18, 2019 | Brainwave Science
A New Jersey man was arrested by NYPD officials after entering St Patrick’s Cathedral carrying two cans of highly inflammable fluids, lighter fluid and butane lighters. The incident occurred just days after flames consumed the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, France.
The 37-year-old suspect has been identified by law enforcement personnel as Marc Lamparello, a doctoral candidate and adjunct lecturer in the City University of New York’s philosophy department.
New York Police Department (NYPD) Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence and Counterterrorism John Miller said the arrested man Lamparello claimed he was taking a shortcut through the cathedral yesterday after his car ran out of petrol, but his answers were “inconsistent and evasive.”
John Miller said, “It’s hard to say exactly what his intentions were but I think the totality of circumstances of an individual walking into an iconic location like St Patrick’s Cathedral, carrying over four gallons of gasoline, two bottles of lighter fluid and lighters is something we would have great concern over.”
According to investigators, Marc Lamparello initially told cathedral security officers he was cutting through the cathedral to get to Madison Avenue and that his car has run out of gas, but when officers checked his car, it had gas. NYPD’s counter-terrorism bureau was immediately alerted, and the suspect was arrested. NYPD’s counter-terrorism bureau and FBI’s joint terrorism task force are involved and investigating the case, checking the suspect’s background, collaborating with other agencies and trying to identify the motive and links to terrorism.
Since inferno at the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, Police has increased their presence around churches and the religious institution as a precaution even in the US and due to such precautions, a notorious crime was prevented. New York City Council Justin Brannan did confirm that through his twitter account.
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St Patrick’s Cathedral incident comes two days after the inferno that consumed the historic Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris which French law enforcement suspect as an accident related to ongoing renovation work. However, terrorists or radicalized individual can easily blend in and cause such massacre, haunting memories for decades. French Investigators are still investigating the cause of the inferno at Notre Dame. It is quite possible that ISIS and any other extremist group have planned to target such historic churches around the globe before the eve of Easter. Sometimes people with mental disorders are encouraged to carry out copy-cat attacks just for a moment of glory in today’s interconnected global environment. With a thorough investigation, NYPD counter-terrorism personnel can identify the link between these attacks, if there is any, or else they can identify the motive of arsonists behind St. Patrick’s Cathedral fire attack and future notorious agenda.
Domestic terrorism is a bigger threat to a nation. Investigators in Paris say renovation works at Notre-Dame could have accidentally sparked Monday’s fire. While the investigation in (St Patrick’s Cathedral) is still ongoing it cannot be ruled out that it may not have been an accident. It is in the interest of national security that law enforcement agencies prevent such attacks and quickly prosecute the perpetrators (if any) to send out a strong message of zero-tolerance against terrorism.
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