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    NYC couple out celebrating a birthday attacked at subway stop: cops


    A couple out celebrating a birthday got attacked by an emotionally disturbed man in a Bronx subway station, police said Thursday -- with the husband suffering a stab wound while his wife was shoved down a flight of stairs.

    The couple boarded a Bronx-bound No. 4 train at Bowling Green station in lower Manhattan, said police. That’s where they encountered the suspect, who was ranting on the train and acting out, according to authorities.

    When the husband said something to the disturbed straphanger, things got heated, police said.

    The couple got off the train around 7:40 p.m. at the E. 170th St. Station at Jerome Ave., and the suspect followed them.

    He punched the husband in the back of the head, pulled out a knife and stabbed him in the arm and upper body, according to police.

    The wife, 33, rushed to her husband’s aid and the suspect shoved her down the stairs of the elevated train station, police said. She suffered minor injuries to her right leg and upper body.

    https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...sbe-story.html

    Suspect as per NYPD:

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    • Barnslayer
      Barnslayer commented
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      I’m starting to think these thugs are wearing masks for reasons other than the virus.

    Originally posted by class3 View Post
    Another Asian hate incident. This is enraging.

    Asian woman walking in Manhattan bashed with hammer by stranger demanding victim remove mask

    An Asian woman walking in Midtown Manhattan was bashed in the head with a hammer by a stranger demanding the victim remove her mask, police said Monday.

    The NYPD is investigating the attack as a possible hate crime, the latest in a string of bias-fueled attacks against Asian victims in New York City.

    The 31-year-old victim was walking on W. 42nd St. she was accosted by a woman near Ninth Ave. about 8:45 p.m. Sunday.

    “Take off your mask,” the assailant, who appeared to be in her 50s, bizarrely demanded, according to cops.

    The kook bashed the victim in the head with a hammer before running off east on W. 42nd St.

    https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...cmi-story.html
    Photo of the suspect, as per NYPD:

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    https://news.ladizette.com/2021/05/0...-times-square/


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      And in this very interesting article the news source makes sure to point out the race of the attacker:


      Asian woman attacked with hammer in NYC's Times Square



      A little more than a day earlier, a 20-year-old man was busted for allegedly attacking an Asian couple just outside Grand Central Station.

      The white attacker called the pair "dangerous" and said, "You don’t belong here" before hitting the 50-year-old woman in the head with a bag of chips, police said.


      https://www.foxnews.com/
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      • bigbore44
        bigbore44 commented
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        Yeah, only because he was WHITE.

      • raceradam
        raceradam commented
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        OMG! He used a bag of chips! So dangerous!

      Woman sucker-punched in the head, robbed in NYC subway station: video

      Disturbing new surveillance video released by the NYPD shows the moment a mugger sucker-punches a woman in an East Village subway station and rips off her backpack.

      The 23-year-old victim was walking out of the 1 train station at 14th Street and First Avenue — looking down at her phone — a few minutes before 6 p.m. Sunday when the stranger ran up behind her and clobbered her in the side of the head, according to police and the video clip released early Tuesday.

      https://nypost.com/2021/05/04/woman-...station-video/




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        VIDEO: Man, 71, punched to ground at random in the Bronx, suspect sought



        71-year-old man was punched to the ground in an apparently random attack on a Bronx street, police said as they searched for a suspect.


        The victim was walking on Southern Boulevard, near E. 185th Street, in the Belmont section around 6:45 a.m. when he was punched in the face, police said.

        Video shows a man punching the victim from behind, causing him to fall forward onto the pavement.

        https://www.audacy.com/1010wins/news...m-in-the-bronx


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          The crime may have happened in 2019, but the conviction was this week. Another hate crime, this time anti-gay anti-trans.

          Hateful Brooklyn slasher pleads guilty to assaulting man and his transgender partner, faces three years in prison

          A homophobic slasher who stabbed a Brooklyn man as he and his transgender partner ran for their lives pleaded guilty to assault on Monday.

          Emmanuel Dash, 34, was booked in August 2019 for the hateful crime, during which he screamed “I’m trying to stab your f----t ass!” at the duo, and swung a blade at Diamond Lopez and boyfriend Neil Ramin, who suffered a six-inch gash as the couple ran to their Bedford-Stuyvesant apartment.

          Dash faced up to 25 years on the initial charge of attempted murder as a hate crime. As part of a plea deal, he now faces three years in prison, prosecutors told the Daily News.

          The assault occurred when Dash banged on the couple’s apartment door around 6 a.m. June 22, 2019.

          Are you Diamond?” Dash asked Lopez. When Lopez said yes, Dash said, “I’m glad I know where you live because I don’t like gay people.”

          https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...d24-story.html


          Emmanuel Dash:






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            Seems like a random attack by a crazy guy, based on the video?

            Man in critical condition after brutal beatdown on Brooklyn street, video


            A man was brutally attacked on a Brooklyn street by an assailant who pushed the victim to the ground and repeatedly stomped on his head, startling surveillance video shows.

            The 49-year-old victim was attacked on Tapscott St. near Blake Ave. in Brownsville on April 28 at 12:50 a.m., police said.

            Surveillance video shows the man shouting at the victim, who tries to walk away. The assailant then grabs him from behind, punches him until he falls to the ground and stomps on his head more than a dozen times.

            As the man lies on the sidewalk, his attacker continues screaming at him until he walks off.

            The victim was rushed to Brookdale Hospital where he is being treated for bleeding on the brain, authorities said.

            https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...26e-story.html

            Surveillance video still:

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            Know your rights/Refuse peacefully to consent to a search /Ask if you are free to go or are being detained/Even if you are not doing anything wrong the 4th Amendment protects you against unreasonable searches/Never say anything to law enforcement even if you think it will help you/If questioned you should clearly and unequivocally request that you would like to have an attorney present and defer any questions until then/Never go to prison because you are afraid to go to jail.

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              This one technically occurred out of NY but on a flight to NY, so I am included:


              She gives new meaning to “fight or flight.”

              A woman on an American Airlines plane from Miami to New York was arrested for repeatedly attacking a flight attendant — a rampage that ended after an off-duty NYPD officer aboard the aircraft managed to subdue the out-of-control passenger, according to a criminal complaint.

              . . . “I didn’t hit a flight attendant,” she said.

              Campbell, from Brooklyn, is facing federal charges for punching the employee during the flight on Sunday after she intervened in an argument between Campbell and another attendant for not picking up her garbage.

              When the victim stepped in between the two, Campbell started punching her and grabbing her hair, federal prosecutors said.

              Campbell then stormed up the aisle and began arguing with a passenger before confronting the attendant again and cursing at her, feds said.

              “Cops aren’t going to do anything to me,” she allegedly yelled as she hit the victim again and the two tumbled to the floor. Campbell also tried to rip the flight attendant’s dress off during the incident, prosecutors said.


              https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...2si-story.html

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              Know your rights/Refuse peacefully to consent to a search /Ask if you are free to go or are being detained/Even if you are not doing anything wrong the 4th Amendment protects you against unreasonable searches/Never say anything to law enforcement even if you think it will help you/If questioned you should clearly and unequivocally request that you would like to have an attorney present and defer any questions until then/Never go to prison because you are afraid to go to jail.

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              • bigbore44
                bigbore44 commented
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                Interfering with a flight crew in flight, hope she likes to drive a lot from now on.

              Bronx Parks Dept. worker slashed during quarrel


              A seasonal Parks Department worker was slashed in the face and chest during a confrontation on a Bronx street, police said Monday.

              The employee got into a quarrel with the stabber on the perimeter of St. James Park at Jerome Ave. near W. 192nd St. in Fordham about 2:45 p.m. Sunday, cops said.

              As the argument escalated, the assailant whipped out a blade and knifed the victim.

              The bleeding worker was taken to St. Barnabas Hospital in stable condition.

              https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...kmm-story.html


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              Know your rights/Refuse peacefully to consent to a search /Ask if you are free to go or are being detained/Even if you are not doing anything wrong the 4th Amendment protects you against unreasonable searches/Never say anything to law enforcement even if you think it will help you/If questioned you should clearly and unequivocally request that you would like to have an attorney present and defer any questions until then/Never go to prison because you are afraid to go to jail.

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                This last one for today is a road rage, but let's include it anyway. The video at the link is upsetting:


                Outraged man runs over school bus driver in fit of road rage in Brooklyn


                Qn unhinged motorist ran over a Brooklyn school bus driver during a horrific road-rage clash caught on video, police said Saturday.



                The man had a fit while waiting behind a yellow school bus at a traffic light on a Linden Blvd. service road near Hinsdale St. in East New York when the light changed, the bus didn’t move at 5:15 p.m. on Friday, cops said.



                Outraged, the Subaru driver blared his horn. A few moments later, the man got out of his car, ran up to the school bus and began banging on the window, surveillance video shows.



                When the 44-year-old school bus driver jumped out to record the impatient motorist, the man went back to his car, hit the gas and vaulted a small median, striking the woman, cops said.




                Police say this man mowed down a school bus driver because she didn't move fast enough at a green light. (NYPD)



                The school bus driver was dragged into the middle of the street as the man made a hasty right turn onto Hinsdale St., the video shows.



                https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...nty-story.html

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                • bigbore44
                  bigbore44 commented
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                  Not only should he go to jail as bubba's new bride, but also should never be legal to drive any vehicle ever again.

                • 100MPG
                  100MPG commented
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                  That is a new level of evil. He should be tried for attempted murder.

                Originally posted by class3 View Post
                Woman sucker-punched in the head, robbed in NYC subway station: video

                Disturbing new surveillance video released by the NYPD shows the moment a mugger sucker-punches a woman in an East Village subway station and rips off her backpack.

                The 23-year-old victim was walking out of the 1 train station at 14th Street and First Avenue — looking down at her phone — a few minutes before 6 p.m. Sunday when the stranger ran up behind her and clobbered her in the side of the head, according to police and the video clip released early Tuesday.

                https://nypost.com/2021/05/04/woman-...station-video/




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                NYPD has released a better photo and some details on this piece of sh**.

                https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...3cq-story.html


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                • 100MPG
                  100MPG commented
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                  POS is not strong enough.

                Another trifecta of success for ThriveNYC:

                Three NYC subway incidents in one day blamed on mentally ill — including 90-minute shutdown on downtown Manhattan line

                A man shouting incoherently about COVID-19 vaccines caused a 90-minute delay to Financial District subway service Wednesday, one of several train-halting incidents authorities attributed to mentally ill people.

                It was yet another day when subway havoc was blamed on people with psychiatric problems — despite months of complaints from straphangers, MTA workers and transit managers about unruly and violent behavior by the mentally ill that includes passengers being assaulted and shoved to the tracks and a March 2020 arson that took the life of a train operator.

                Wednesday’s chaos began around 9 a.m. at the Broad St. station at the end of the J line when the crazed man broke into an empty operator cab at the front of a train, cops and MTA officials said.

                The 31-year-old man brandished a wooden paddle as he barricaded himself inside the cab, which is off-limits to straphangers.

                He remained holed up in the cab for around 90 minutes, stopping J service all the way back to the Chambers St./City Hall station, until the NYPD’s tactical Emergency Services Unit took him into custody, officials said.

                It took police so long to pull the suspect from the train’s cab because the MTA had to cut electrical power from the tracks to make it safe for officers to walk on the roadbed and enter the train through its front door, officials said.

                The lack of power meant J trains were unable to run to the Broad St. and Fulton St. stations throughout the fiasco, according to MTA officials.

                MTA officials were not sure how the man gained access to the operator’s cab, but pointed out that crews exit their cabs and inspect the entire length of trains when they reach end-of-line stations.

                As the suspect was taken from the station on a stretcher, he continued to shout incoherently about vaccines. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, cops said.

                The suspect lives in a downtown homeless hotel on Water St., a short walk from the Broad St. station, police sources said. He has no prior arrests.

                The Broad St. incident was just the start of a hellish day for unlucky subway riders.

                At 10:24 a.m. — just as the suspect was arrested at Broad St. — another man who appeared to be mentally ill violently banged on a train operator’s cab door at Brooklyn’s Crown Heights-Utica Ave. station on the end of the No. 4 line, MTA officials said.

                Unable to get into the cab, the man made his way to the space between subway cars, leaped onto the platform and fled the station, cops said.

                At least that incident didn’t delay service.

                But a third incident in the early afternoon fouled up service on the D and N lines in Brooklyn.

                In that incident, an apparently mentally ill man halted a southbound D train near Atlantic Ave-Barclays Center around 12:40 p.m., by pulling the emergency brakes.

                He then smashed the windows at the end of a train car, squeezed through one of them and fled through the subway tunnel, cops said.

                The incident forced express D and N trains to run on local tracks until around 1:20 p.m.

                https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...rze-story.html


                Train cab seizing crazy:

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                • bigbore44
                  bigbore44 commented
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                  One word......Taser. preferably right on his nuts. Then kick him out on the tracks.....with a live rail. Bbq sauce optional.

                Originally posted by class3 View Post
                Seems like a random attack by a crazy guy, based on the video?

                Man in critical condition after brutal beatdown on Brooklyn street, video


                A man was brutally attacked on a Brooklyn street by an assailant who pushed the victim to the ground and repeatedly stomped on his head, startling surveillance video shows.

                The 49-year-old victim was attacked on Tapscott St. near Blake Ave. in Brownsville on April 28 at 12:50 a.m., police said.

                Surveillance video shows the man shouting at the victim, who tries to walk away. The assailant then grabs him from behind, punches him until he falls to the ground and stomps on his head more than a dozen times.

                As the man lies on the sidewalk, his attacker continues screaming at him until he walks off.

                The victim was rushed to Brookdale Hospital where he is being treated for bleeding on the brain, authorities said.

                https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...26e-story.html

                Surveillance video still:

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                New photos on this POS, the victim is still in a coma

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                https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...26e-story.html
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                • bigbore44
                  bigbore44 commented
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                  Ooh, it's the nice irish kid from down the way.

                Five subway stabbings and robberies:

                https://nypost.com/2021/05/06/nyc-su...ents-cops-say/
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                  After 48 hours of bloody stabbing rampages and mayhem, DeBozio says he wouldn’t hesitate at all to take the subway together with his armed NYPD protection detail


                  The comments came less than 12 hours after off-duty subway conductor Gerard Sykes, 52, was slashed across the face on a J train near Crescent St. in Cypress Hills, Brooklyn. The attack at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday was unprovoked, said cops.

                  Sykes, reported in critical condition at Jamaica Hospital., required multiple surgeries and was nearly blinded. He was cut from his ear to his eye on the left side of his face, cops said. His mother wept as she described her son’s condition: “He’s semi-conscious .... I can’t think right now,” she said softly.

                  https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york...vju-story.html

                  An off-duty MTA subway conductor, pictured here in a hospital bed, was slashed in the face while riding a J train at Crescent St. in Brooklyn, on Wednesday, May 5. The attack appeared to be unprovoked, and the victim was cut from the side of his left ear to his eye, cops said.

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