This is a continuation of our coverage on alleged graffiti artist RASK from Paris, France. The lesson to be learned here boys and girls is this. #1 If you are going to do graff, don’t shit where you eat. #2 Money cures all wounds.
BOSTON – A French graffiti artist accused of tagging trains in Boston and New York paid a fine of $2,500 to avoid a trial on vandalism charges in one case, Massachusetts prosecutors said Tuesday.
Maxime Bezat, 25, was caught at Newark airport in New Jersey on December 3 while about to fly to Paris, where he is also sought for spray paint vandalism. He was then brought back to Massachusetts.
“The vandalism case was resolved today with a payment of $2,500 restitution” to the Boston transit authority, said Jessica Pastore, a spokeswoman for the Middlesex County District Attorney’s office.
A second “fugitive from justice” charge was dismissed, as Bezat – who is sometimes known as “Rask” – was transferred to New York on Tuesday to face charges there.
One thought on “Alleged Graffiti Artist RASK pays fine to Boston Police”
$2500 to avoid a felony clean train charge in Boston seems like a pretty good deal.