Another NYC "subway push" death by mentally ill Mexican. Obama announces he will ban all trains.
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2012-12-31 11:20:56 UTC
We have to prevent these murdering Mexicans from killing
American citizens. Give every American a gun so they can defend


A mumbling woman pushed a man to his death in front of a subway
train on Thursday night, the second time this month someone has
been killed in such nightmarish fashion, police said.

The man was standing on the elevated platform of a 7 train in
Queens at about 8 p.m. when he was shoved by the woman, who
witnesses said had been following him closely and mumbling to
herself, New York Police Department chief spokesman Paul Browne

When the train pulled in, the woman got up from a nearby bench
and shoved the man down, he said. The man had been standing with
his back to her.

Authorities say the woman waited until the last possible second
before pushing the man, reports CBS New York station WCBS-TV.

It didn't appear the man noticed her before he was shoved onto
the tracks, police said. The condition of the man's body was
making it difficult to identify him, police said.

"Oh my God. That ... I've never heard of that. That is really
.. a woman pushed a man. ... Oh my God. That is really crazy,"
area resident Shiek Hossain told WCBS-TV.

The woman fled, and police were searching for her. She was
described as Hispanic, in her 20s, heavyset and about 5-foot-5,
wearing a blue, white and gray ski jacket and Nike sneakers with
gray on top and red on the bottom.

It was unclear if the man and the woman knew each other or if
anyone tried to help the man up before he was struck by the
train and killed.

There was no video of the incident at the station on Queens
Boulevard in the Sunnyside neighborhood. Detectives canvassed
the neighborhood for useable video.

On Dec. 3, 58-year-old Ki-Suck Han was shoved in front of a
train in Times Square. A photograph of him on the tracks a split
second before he was killed was published on the front of the
New York Post the next day, causing an uproar and debate over
whether the photographer, who had been waiting for a train,
should have tried to help him and whether the newspaper should
have run the image. Apparently no one else tried to help up Han,

A homeless man, 30-year-old Naeem Davis, was charged with murder
in Han's death and was ordered held without bail. He has pleaded
not guilty and has said that Han was the aggressor and had
attacked him first. The two men hadn't met before.

Service was suspended Thursday night on the 7 train line, which
connects Manhattan and Queens, and the Metropolitan
Transportation Authority was using buses to shuttle riders while
police investigated.

Being pushed onto the train tracks is a silent fear for many of
the commuters who ride the city's subway a total of more than
5.2 million times on an average weekday, but deaths are rare.

Among the more high-profile cases was the January 1999 death of
aspiring screenwriter Kendra Webdale, who was shoved by a former
mental patient. After that, the state Legislature passed
Kendra's Law, which lets mental health authorities supervise
patients who live outside institutions to make sure they are
taking their medications and aren't threats to safety.

Freedom Man
2013-01-01 18:28:49 UTC
Post by Too_Many_Tools
We have to prevent these murdering Mexicans from killing
American citizens. Give every American a gun so they can defend
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No, bigot, it wasn't the work of "Mexicans."
It was just another DANGEROUS NUTCASE that should have been locked up in a
psychiatric hospital BEFORE she could commit murder!