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NYPD Arrest Man Who Kicked A 78-Year-Old Woman In The Face On The New York Subway

Earlier this week, a video surfaced that turned the stomach of millions of Americans.

The video showed a young thug violently assaulting an elderly woman on the subway in New York City, while people sat back and videoed the incident.

The video went viral, which did help the police finally apprehend the suspect.

Here is the assault captured on video.


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Please help bring justice to this 78-year-old woman who was brutally kicked in the face on 3/10 at 3:10 am inside the 238th St/Nereid Ave subway station in the Bronx. If you have any info, call @NYPDTips at 800-577-TIPS. Your calls are anonymous!

Posted by Terrence K Williams on Saturday, March 23, 2019

Here is more from Buzzfeed:

A man has been arrested after a brutal attack on a 78-year-old woman on the New York City subway earlier this month was caught on film by other riders, police said Saturday.

The NYPD on Friday released surveillance photos and footage of the man, calling for information on what Chief of Detectives Dermot F. Shea described as “a heinous attack” on the elderly woman.

The incident occurred on the number 2 train in Nereid Ave Station in the Bronx shortly after 3 a.m. on March 10.

Extremely graphic video seen by millions of people on Twitter showed the man kicking the woman in the face twice, then in the body four more times.

Passengers could be seen yelling as they filmed the encounter, but no one appeared to have intervened.

Police said the man fled the train, while the woman rode one more stop and was then met by emergency services.

She was treated for bleeding, swelling, and cuts to her face, but refused further medical attention.

Rapper and actor Ice-T was among those who shared video of the attack on social media, calling for the perpetrator to be brought to justice. “This is some coward ass shit… WTF,” he wrote. “Fuck everybody on that train that watched and filmed this BS.. This MF needs to get stomped the Fuck out!”

In a tweet Saturday, Chief Shea said the man in the video was in custody.

“Thank you to the worldwide community for the tremendous assistance,” he said.






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