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NY: Black man pushed man onto subway tracks

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Stoney Creek, Canada

#1 Dec 5, 2012
Man charged with murder in death of NYC man pushed onto subway tracks

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/sus...
USAExPat

Lublin, Poland

#2 Dec 5, 2012
The message here is, Don't Stand Anywhere Near Blacks.
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#3 Dec 5, 2012
And what do people do? They start bashing the man who took the photograph of the man who was killed rather than focusing the blame on the man who pushed him onto the tracks.

They bashing the man who took the photos by stating why didn't he save the man and rather than placing the blame on the person who pushed the man to his death.

By all means let's be PC and rather than placing the blame where it belongs. If the man hadn't been pushed, there would have been no reason to try and save him.
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#4 Dec 5, 2012
Better question, why didn't the man who pushed that man onto the tracks try and save him. And where is he by the way. No where to be found, that's where. Who pushes someone onto the subway tracks and then, just leaves him there to be killed. But let's divert the focus onto someone who was as horrified to witness that poor man's demise as everyone else except the person to blame in pushing that man to his death.

Methinks somewhere there's a village missing a whole slew of it's idgits.
Nairobi Trio

Tempe, AZ

#5 Dec 5, 2012
aisling- wrote:
And what do people do? They start bashing the man who took the photograph of the man who was killed rather than focusing the blame on the man who pushed him onto the tracks.
They bashing the man who took the photos by stating why didn't he save the man and rather than placing the blame on the person who pushed the man to his death.
By all means let's be PC and rather than placing the blame where it belongs. If the man hadn't been pushed, there would have been no reason to try and save him.
Al Roker was saying the photo guy should have gone down to save him, but the ape was coming after him, too.

I wouldn't push my worst enemy down on those tracks.

The ape shaved his head and beard to get away with it--doesn't sound too crazy.
Lola

Rueil-malmaison, France

#6 Dec 5, 2012
aisling- wrote:
And what do people do? They start bashing the man who took the photograph of the man who was killed rather than focusing the blame on the man who pushed him onto the tracks.
They bashing the man who took the photos by stating why didn't he save the man and rather than placing the blame on the person who pushed the man to his death.
By all means let's be PC and rather than placing the blame where it belongs. If the man hadn't been pushed, there would have been no reason to try and save him.
Th man is stupid for pushing him but no one helped the guy thats why they are bashing him.
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#7 Dec 5, 2012
Correction: my bad, I didn't know they had a suspect.

In a perfect world, it would be an eye for an eye.
iamhah

Monticello, IN

#8 Dec 5, 2012
this is why America having fat people is not a bad thing..
iamhah

Monticello, IN

#9 Dec 5, 2012
if they were both obese this would never have happened...
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#10 Dec 5, 2012
Lola wrote:
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Th man is stupid for pushing him but no one helped the guy thats why they are bashing him.
At the same rate, no one else helped him either from what I can gather. My understanding is that he did try to signal to the train by flashing his camera. Personally, I can't imagine witnessing such a thing. Who knows what anyone would have done if placed at the scene. And it wasn't stupid. It was cold blooded murder. Not only did a man lose his life but every person witnessing it has to live with it for the rest of their lives. Not to mention, I sure wouldn't want to have to take the subway after something like that. I definitely would be standing clear of other people for the time being or finding another mode of transportation. It just shows how unpredictable people are and how things can escalate very quickly.
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#11 Dec 5, 2012
iamhah wrote:
if they were both obese this would never have happened...
Good point. Perhaps, Mayor Bloomberg should reconsider his war on Slurpies and the super-sizing of sodas. No good can come out it in that there are unintended consequences that must be considered.
Lola

Rueil-malmaison, France

#12 Dec 5, 2012
aisling- wrote:
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At the same rate, no one else helped him either from what I can gather. My understanding is that he did try to signal to the train by flashing his camera. Personally, I can't imagine witnessing such a thing. Who knows what anyone would have done if placed at the scene. And it wasn't stupid. It was cold blooded murder. Not only did a man lose his life but every person witnessing it has to live with it for the rest of their lives. Not to mention, I sure wouldn't want to have to take the subway after something like that. I definitely would be standing clear of other people for the time being or finding another mode of transportation. It just shows how unpredictable people are and how things can escalate very quickly.
I know, but I dont understand why no one helped, how could some people be so horrible?
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#14 Dec 5, 2012
Nairobi Trio wrote:
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Al Roker was saying the photo guy should have gone down to save him, but the ape was coming after him, too.
I wouldn't push my worst enemy down on those tracks.
The ape shaved his head and beard to get away with it--doesn't sound too crazy.
I didn't know that he was also going after the guy taking the photo.

Absolutely, I wouldn't either throw my worst enemy onto the tracks. It's as cold blooded as it gets and there's no way that a train can stop. I can only imagine the horror that the person conducting the train experienced if he or she saw what was ahead of them. All one has to do is stand in a subway to understand the full gravity of what transpired.

Agreed that he doesn't sound too crazy. He obviously knew right from wrong. If he hadn't been going after other people, like that man taking the photo, perhaps, someone could have helped save that man.
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#15 Dec 5, 2012
Lola wrote:
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I know, but I dont understand why no one helped, how could some people be so horrible?
It sounds like the guy who pushed him was going after the person who was taking the photo so I would say people may not have wanted to approach the man or also get thrown onto the tracks. There's not a lot of room for error on a landing in a subway station. Especially if a train is approaching. There being only a few ways of being killed that are worse than being killed in the manner that poor man was. It's a brutal way to go.
Dallas

Seattle, WA

#16 Dec 5, 2012
aisling- wrote:
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I didn't know that he was also going after the guy taking the photo.
aisling- wrote:
<quoted text>"Correction: my bad, I didn't know they had a suspect."
You sure are doing a lot of jaw-jacking and lip-flapping for not knowing wtf you are talking about.
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#17 Dec 5, 2012
Dallas wrote:
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You sure are doing a lot of jaw-jacking and lip-flapping for not knowing wtf you are talking about.
What I do know is if I had my way, I would take that POS and toss his a** onto the tracks. Eye for an eye. But I forgot, he's probably some victim or "crazy". I don't have much compassion for anyone who would throw someone down into the path of an oncoming train and then, run away like some coward.
aisling-

Montpelier, OH

#18 Dec 5, 2012
Dallas wrote:
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You sure are doing a lot of jaw-jacking and lip-flapping for not knowing wtf you are talking about.
Now, blame Whitey for that POS's actions and defend it like you always do, N.
Dallas

Seattle, WA

#19 Dec 5, 2012
aisling- wrote:
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Now, blame Whitey for that POS's actions and defend it like you always do, N.
I'm white stupid. Just hate seeing stupid whites making the smart whites look bad.

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#20 Dec 5, 2012
when black commit it's became overated
whites make more crimes than black in past and know
the real murders are white

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Since: Aug 12

Brewster, NY

#21 Dec 5, 2012
Lovely, just one of the many reasons we in New York love Blacks so much.... I mean why Whites in New York are often more racist than ones in the South contrary to popular belief.

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