Manhunt for NYC Subway Pusher Who Threw Victim in Front of Train

Dec 4, 2012 Full story: WJR-AM Detroit 35

Police in New York City are searching for a suspect who hurled a man onto a subway track, where a train struck and killed him.

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Gluteus Maximus

Bethpage, NY

#1 Dec 4, 2012
THOUSANDS of commuters down there and no one thought to follow the black guy? Why am I not surprised?? New Yawkers care only about themselves, where they need to be and their stupid sports teams. Selfish ingrates...
shameless-li

Fairfield, CT

#2 Dec 4, 2012
your name matches your comment...
Gunnery Sgt Hartman

Southampton, NY

#3 Dec 4, 2012
Gluteus Maximus wrote:
THOUSANDS of commuters down there and no one thought to follow the black guy? Why am I not surprised?? New Yawkers care only about themselves, where they need to be and their stupid sports teams. Selfish ingrates...
If handguns were legal in NYC then somone coulda' shot the prick. But to follow a crazed jig who just pushed a guy in front of a train? Sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.
Gluteus Maximus

Bethpage, NY

#4 Dec 4, 2012
Gunnery Sgt Hartman wrote:
<quoted text>If handguns were legal in NYC then somone coulda' shot the prick. But to follow a crazed jig who just pushed a guy in front of a train? Sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.
Where's George Zimmerman when you need him?
shameless-li

Fairfield, CT

#6 Dec 4, 2012
Gluteus Maximus wrote:
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Where's George Zimmerman when you need him?
trying on new lipstick...

http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/03/justice/george-...
life without parole

Riverhead, NY

#7 Dec 4, 2012
Gluteus Maximus wrote:
THOUSANDS of commuters down there and no one thought to follow the black guy? Why am I not surprised?? New Yawkers care only about themselves, where they need to be and their stupid sports teams. Selfish ingrates...
No need to follow him. Besides, what would you do with a lunatic/attitude guy who might be carrying a gun, knife, razor, hammer or anything else.

Whoever he is, he's got one impressive record of prior convictions and incarcerations.
Gluteus Maximus

Bethpage, NY

#8 Dec 5, 2012
life without parole wrote:
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No need to follow him. Besides, what would you do with a lunatic/attitude guy who might be carrying a gun, knife, razor, hammer or anything else.
I would stand off about 50 yards and report his whereabouts to a NYPD dispatcher. They have these things called cellphones now.
Benny

Miami, FL

#9 Dec 5, 2012
Gunnery Sgt Hartman wrote:
<quoted text>If handguns were legal in NYC then somone coulda' shot the prick. But to follow a crazed jig who just pushed a guy in front of a train? Sometimes discretion is the better part of valor.
Guns are legal in Florida and S.Florida has alot more violent crime than NY with daily shoot outs.

NY usED to have a super safe subway with Rudy , lots of undercover police and well organized but Bloomberg has been weak and did not deserve a third term.

I have found that most Blacks in NY are apathetic and seem to look the other way perhaps most of the people there were black which would explain why they did nothing and did not bother helping this man.
Benny

Miami, FL

#10 Dec 5, 2012
Marcus wrote:
I hope they never find him. Seriously, what's it to you? Didn't yo mama tell you not to snitch.
So you hope that a killer is not found?

Hmmmm

"Didn't yo mama tell you not to snitch"

UNLIKE your mama, mine is a law abiding person.
throw away the key

Riverhead, NY

#11 Dec 5, 2012
They caught the worthless d-bag. A "homeless" person.(I wonder why.) Age 30. Seems to lack people skills, which could account for his not working.

No need for innocent bystanders to tackle the guy. The police usually know these guys by description. You could say that he stands out in a crowd. Any crowd.

Wherever did he get the money to buy a token?
Death Race 2012

Lindenhurst, NY

#12 Dec 5, 2012
throw away the key wrote:
They caught the worthless d-bag. A "homeless" person.(I wonder why.) Age 30. Seems to lack people skills, which could account for his not working.
No need for innocent bystanders to tackle the guy. The police usually know these guys by description. You could say that he stands out in a crowd. Any crowd.
Wherever did he get the money to buy a token?
They found Monroe????????? gigglegillggegiggle
Ihateblacks

Sacramento, CA

#13 Dec 5, 2012
This is why all blackss need to be shipped out of this country! Ain't none of them worth a crap! The photographer needs to be beaten!
Dr Feelgood

Ocoee, FL

#14 Dec 5, 2012
Ihateblacks wrote:
This is why all blackss need to be shipped out of this country! Ain't none of them worth a crap!
Hell of a way to feel about your parents,,,,you DOO DOO hole
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#15 Dec 5, 2012
I suppose now the corrupt "justice" system will provide the perpetrator with a high paid taxpayer funded Government defense lawyer. As usual, the victim will end up looking like he "provoked" his own murder, and the perpetrator will end up with even more taxpayer money as compensation for his trouble.

Ronald
Logic

United States

#16 Dec 5, 2012
He is mentally disturb and is not responsible because he did not know what he was doing and should not go to jail.
lying prez

New York, NY

#17 Dec 6, 2012
Ronald wrote:
I suppose now the corrupt "justice" system will provide the perpetrator with a high paid taxpayer funded Government defense lawyer. As usual, the victim will end up looking like he "provoked" his own murder, and the perpetrator will end up with even more taxpayer money as compensation for his trouble.
Ronald
Eric Holder would never prosecute him, and if he did Obama would bail him out, those people stick together, you know birds of a feather...
Logic will feed him

Riverhead, NY

#18 Dec 6, 2012
Logic wrote:
He is mentally disturb and is not responsible because he did not know what he was doing and should not go to jail.
That defense might work for you, nit-wit.

If he shouldn't go to jail, can he crash on your couch??
Dr Feelgood

Ocoee, FL

#19 Dec 6, 2012
lying prez wrote:
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Eric Holder would never prosecute him, and if he did Obama would bail him out, those people stick together, you know birds of a feather...
I agree with you,Birds of a feather stick together,as did the rightwing lunatic fringe during the past elections,theredby insuring the election of Obama to a second term......
Ronald

Long Beach, CA

#20 Dec 6, 2012
Dr Feelgood wrote:
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I agree with you,Birds of a feather stick together,as did the rightwing lunatic fringe during the past elections,theredby insuring the election of Obama to a second term......
Dr Feelgood.

Yes. You are right. After the worthless high paid taxpayer 60s 70s "far left" revolutionary element seized control of the expensive Government school system, they succeeded in indoctrinating the children to the extent that children now view the moderate middle-of-the-road viewpoint as,(as you put it), the "rightwing lunatic fringe".

Ronald
Dr Feelgood

Ocoee, FL

#22 Dec 6, 2012
Ronald wrote:
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Dr Feelgood.
Yes. You are right. After the worthless high paid taxpayer 60s 70s "far left" revolutionary element seized control of the expensive Government school system, they succeeded in indoctrinating the children to the extent that children now view the moderate middle-of-the-road viewpoint as,(as you put it), the "rightwing lunatic fringe".
Ronald
Agreed,
Nixon and his band of scoundrels certainly demonstrated how unfit they were at governing this great nation.

It was high time that those of a superior intellect took control in order to correct the mess those idiots created.

No easy task,of course,but,with the reelection of Obama,we can clearly see progress in the making.

Now we need to get those parasitic individuals who spend their time posting nonsense on the internet to do something constructive,
Like, GET A JOB,even if it's only pumping gas,A La Romney...

Destruction of the vultures is a high priority on the Obama Agenda.
Glad you are not part of that crowd.

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