The identity of subway ad vandalartist Poster Boy is now the most important issue facing New York. He was arrested last week—or was he? Either way, the guy is now fighting the power:

Henry Matyjewicz, 27, rejected an arrangement in which he would plead guilty to the top charge of criminal mischief, a misdemeanor, and perform 100 hours of community service. Instead, he'll be back in court in April to face the possibility of trial, which could land him in jail for up to a year.

The NYPD and the New York Post have formed a joint media-legal cooperative to bring this unruly paster of bits of colorful posters to justice! The cops leaked to the paper that Matyjewicz was cooperating, probably trying to smear his reputation with his homeboys back on the mean streets, where he lives. Regardless, get your trial Henry, hell yes! This will require a Post reporter to stake out the courthouse again, which we find utterly hilarious, for some reason. And they're calling you 'HELL RAZOR,' which is nice.

Perhaps we are all Poster Boy. [NYP]