New York man stabbed in the head in ‘unprovoked attack’

A man in his 30s was stabbed in the head in an “unprovoked attack” in Lower Manhattan on Sunday, police say, as crime in New York City spikes.

The attack happened around 2.45am outside 425 Broome Street when the victim was approached from behind by someone who plunged a sharp object into his head, cops said. New York Post reported.

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Meanwhile, overall index crime in the city soared 36.5% in March from the same month last year as state bail laws began to affect the race for governorship of 2022:

In 2019, disgraced former New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) signed into law a law allowing “suspects charged with second-degree manslaughter, criminally negligent homicide, child sex crimes and threats of terrorism to get out of jail without ever having to.” after bail,” Breitbart News reported.

“Coinciding with state law, New York City’s supervised release program, which allows thousands of suspects to be released after arrest without having to post bail or be monitored by social workers “, continued Breitbart News.

Last week, teenagers in New York were on the run after allegedly assaulting a man on the subway by cutting his forehead.

The suspects are said to be between 16 and 17 years old.

“Transit crime in the Big Apple has seen an alarming increase in 2022 under Mayor Eric Adams (D). From January 1 to April 3, transit crimes climbed 62.5% compared to the same period in 2021,” Breitbart News reported.

New York gubernatorial candidate Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) recently criticized the state’s bail reform laws.

“Instead of handcuffing our criminals, we are handcuffing justice, we are handcuffing our judges, we are handcuffing the police, we are handcuffing law-abiding New Yorkers in order to keep our streets safe, we need to put the community above the criminals,” Zeldin commented.

Speak To post report, the victim was taken to hospital and listed in serious but stable condition.




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