SAYVILLE: Man charged in stabbing

SAYVILLE: Man charged in stabbing

There are 29 comments on the Newsday story from Jul 2, 2008, titled SAYVILLE: Man charged in stabbing. In it, Newsday reports that:

A Sayville man was arrested and charged yesterday with the attempted murder of a 53-year-old man, stabbed 19 times Monday at the Sayville railroad station platform, police said.

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liner

Hicksville, NY

#24 Jul 18, 2008
will wrote:
kate..first of all, the "thug" is my brother. Second of all he did not live in a house full of thugs, he lived in a house with a sick mother and no father along with me and my little brother..this all escalated from a hand to hand fight that had taken place a few days earlier..not to mention my brother also has a mentall condition that originated from having chickenpocks..you people are stupid and know nothig..im sure ur comments would be diffrent if this was your broter..
LOL!!

“Slappy X. Sanchez, Esq.”

Since: Jun 08

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#25 Jul 18, 2008
you really cant talk wrote:
and local citizen....use your head or ill take it off your shoulders
Sounds like you're related to the psycho.
Give Me A Break

New York, NY

#26 Jul 18, 2008
I see moronic ppl wrote:
Sayville is Turning into Brentwood.
Now all you need are some gangs and a few day laborers. Look, Sayville is as backwards and shady as Oakdale and Bohemia are already. The "this can never happen in my town/city" attitude is the wrong approach. It can happen, it will, and guess what? It already did! Welcome to "normal".
Open your eyes...it's the whole country. Morality is down the drain.
Give Me A Break

New York, NY

#27 Jul 18, 2008
liner wrote:
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LOL!!
He stabbed someone 19 times!!! If he truly has a mental condition (as it sounds like he does) he'll now get the help he needs.
Paul 25 years in Sayville

Milford, CT

#28 Mar 8, 2010
Slappy Sanchez wrote:
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No good ever comes from north of Montauk Highway.
if you dont like us north of the tracks you really should stay south....so much for the sign up on sunrise hwy "WELCOME TO SAYVILLE.."AMERICAS FRIENDLIST TOWN" B.S.

“Slappy X. Sanchez, Esq.”

Since: Jun 08

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#29 Mar 8, 2010
Paul 25 years in Sayville wrote:
<quoted text> if you dont like us north of the tracks you really should stay south....so much for the sign up on sunrise hwy "WELCOME TO SAYVILLE.."AMERICAS FRIENDLIST TOWN" B.S.
Ok, will do :)
Otis B Driftwood

Milford, CT

#30 Jun 1, 2010
"Montauk The End"
"Sayville The Middle"
joe dogs

Morgantown, WV

#31 Jul 2, 2013
Wow! I'm stunned. I'm staggering from incredulity. I grew up in Sayville over sixty years ago and I have nothing but pleasurable memories. I'm responding to the comments that appear in this thread (if that's what you call it). I was raised in St. Ann's Episcopal Church. Many wonderful memories of that experience. I can't remember any crime occurring in Sayville all the years of my life that I lived there. It seems unholy that there should be crime of such magnitude in my home town. I remember so many wonderful people in the Sayville of my childhood. I lived north of Montauk Highway. Greeley Avenue. The commentary on this thread makes it seem like my boyhood town has turned into hell on earth. I can barely believe this is possible. What happened to my country?
joe dogs

Morgantown, WV

#32 Jul 9, 2013
And that's just for openers. I had a wonderful life in school in Sayville, New York. Ultimately, my favorite teacher in high school was Christopher Kartalis. They say that schoolteachers in the life of an individual can and do often enough leave an indelible mark on the life of a child that has been a member of one of their classes. Mr. Kartalis was such a person in my life. Had it not been for Mr. Kartalis I think my life might have been an entirely different affair. The man just made my heart sing. The encouragement he gave me as a teenager cannot be overemphasized. How many former students can say such a thing? Sayville High School. What a world. What a life. What a memory. All of it good. Our principal was a man named Tillman E. Wenk. What a sweetheart he was. I can still recall him inspiring me to walk on through life and climb the highest mountain. What a guy! What a school! What a town! Not far from where the Gallaghers lived. Maybe some of that greatness that emanated from Sayville High School drifted across the street and inspired the neighboring families. I hope so.

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