Man stabbed to death in Brighton Beach -

Man stabbed to death in Brighton Beach -

There are 129 comments on the Newsday story from Aug 5, 2007, titled Man stabbed to death in Brighton Beach -. In it, Newsday reports that:

A 44-year-old man was found stabbed to death late Saturday in Brooklyn after police were initially dispatched for a call of shots fired, authorities said Sunday.

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Ignorance Stopper

Bronx, NY

#28 Aug 6, 2007
Crime Watcher wrote:
This is disgusting!! Another murder has occurred . And why must this have to happen at Brighton Beach? This is a Russian immigrant community with lots of good things to see and do in it. Mayor. Bloomberg keeps "beating his chest" and proclaiming how crime is at an all time low. In the same breath he starts screaming about all of the crime that guns are causing. He uses gun violence then as a spring board for his national campaign to take guns away from everyone except wealthy celebrities and government authorities. Well, this was a knife killing. Is Bloomberg going to go on a campaign to take knives away from chefs and woodworkers? There isn't any easy answer to the crime problem, but one thing for sure is that when you keep criminals from entering our country, they can't commit crimes here.
Yeah, cause we all know that only immigrants commit crimes. Your ignorance enlightens me. Now I'm REALLY scared to death!!


#29 Aug 6, 2007
Anthonyy was Like Someone I looked up to. We always saw him with his son that he loved very much which was james and his daughterr && wife. Anthony why did you have to go? we love u & miss u soo much. i cant believe the good diee young =/ rip. i lovee u

United States

#30 Aug 6, 2007
Anthony Senisi was one of the nicest people i ever met, it is horrible that he was taken from his family. I hope police can catch the guy who did. Anthony RIP.

Bronx, NY

#31 Aug 6, 2007
Anthony was a person words can not even describe, His whole family were great people....damn dirty mexican poked the wrong person....lets just hope the cops find him before any other partys do.
Bill Pat and family

Staten Island, NY

#32 Aug 6, 2007
we lived right next door to the senisi's , my kids played ball with them. anthony was a great kid.My Heart goes out to his children.Big Tony and Elinor dont lose your faith,it is up to you both to help take care of the grandkids.God Bless. as for the person who did this, nothing less the capital punishment should be accepted

New York, NY

#33 Aug 7, 2007
Does any one know where and when the services are for Anthony? Please email gobcross or post it up here.



#34 Aug 7, 2007
The wake is being held on
Wednesday & Thursday
at Cusimano & Russo
2005 W.6th Street (between Avenues U &V)
Services Friday@930AM
Guardian Angel Roman Catholic Church
2978 Ocean Pkwy
Brooklyn, NY
Frank Lakat Brooklyn NY

New York, NY

#35 Aug 7, 2007
Re: Anthony's memorial service will be Wednesday & Thursday 8/8 & 8/9 2pm - 4:30pm, 7-9;30pm at Cusimano & Russo funeral home on West 6th St near avenue T in Brooklyn. Funeral to be held Friday at Guardian Angel Church on Ocean Parkway in Brooklyn
approximately 10am.

New York, NY

#36 Aug 7, 2007
Thank you both.
Ronald D

Bronx, NY

#37 Aug 7, 2007
Police should take this neighborhood under control. There are young guys standing on Neptune Avenue and brighton beach, drinking and harrasing everyone who walks by. I don't understand why innocent people have to suffer.
Frank Lakat Brooklyn NY

New York, NY

#38 Aug 7, 2007
It would be for the best if we could all try and do good for each other and pass on kindness rather than anger.


#39 Aug 7, 2007
In Lieu of flowers the family is requesting donations to the family
Mike - Alex Tisch

Madison, FL

#40 Aug 7, 2007
We have known the Senisi family our entire lives. This is horrible. Our condolences to his wife Heidi and the whole Senisi Family. Let's not remember how Ant died but how he LIVED! He was a "real" good guy. Great guy to call a friend. Hard to know that Brighton has lost one of it's own, but he will live on in all of our memories.

New York, NY

#41 Aug 7, 2007
i cant believe anthony is dead,he used to come to the park on east 12st and homecrest and play baseball with his son and with my friends,i used to look forward seeing him and playing with him,he was the best and nicest guy u will ever know,im going to the wake tomorrow,rip man,we all love u

Teaneck, NJ

#42 Aug 7, 2007
Oh wow. I couldn't believe this. I knew Anthony. He was the nicest guy i ever knew. He was so kind and sweet. When my friends and I would play baseball in home crest park, He would always offer us water or something to drink. He would tell me how i should hot the baseball how fats i should run and everything. I hope they find the 3 guys and they PUT THEM AWAY forever. Anthony doesn't deserve this. Anthony is NOW in a better place looking over all his GOOD friends BACK in the park(home crest). We miss you and LOVE you.=] <3

New York, NY

#43 Aug 7, 2007
yep he used to offer us anything we wanted,he was the best and he loved baseball and to play with us,all the kids from homecrest park will miss him alot and we all love u,rest in peace man

San Clemente, CA

#44 Aug 7, 2007
This is so sad and I'm so angry. This isn't right. They say you go when it is your time and the loved ones need to deal with it. It wasn't his time not by a long shot.
Anthony was old school. Work hard and do everything you can for your family and friends. Everybody else was number one to him and he always put himself second.
The words best, great and love are so over used and lose their meaning but I mean this from the bottom of my heart that Anthony had the best heart, the greatest personality and I absolutetly love him.

I miss you Gagutz.

I wish you, me and the boys were back on Banner playing wiffle ball and figuring out if we could get enough guys together to play softball at Bedford Park.

To his family - I am so sorry. I know you are all so hurt and feel so lost right now but please be proud of who Anthony was and the way everyone will always remember him.

Levittown, NY

#45 Aug 7, 2007
god forgive the man who is blind ..
to the family my prayers go out for you

Staten Island, NY

#46 Aug 7, 2007
The news just said the wake was Tues and Wednesday. Dod they make I mistake? I thought it is on Wednesday and Thursday?
Jodi Galimidi

Astoria, NY

#47 Aug 8, 2007
My deepest sympathy to the entire family.
I knew Anthony as a teenager. Everyone called him popeye, the little guy with the big muscles and big heart. My husband and brother went to Lincoln with him. He was a great guy.
I remember going to a Halloween party at his house in the early 80's. God took a beautiful soul. RIP Anthony !

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