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2022-09-28 3:21:56 PM  
Except Super Perv.
 
2022-09-28 3:22:40 PM  
Don't get involved.
 
2022-09-28 3:24:16 PM  
Look! Up in the sky!

..That guy's getting away with my wallet!
 
2022-09-28 3:25:32 PM  
"He killed me here, here, here and here," Patel said
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2022-09-28 3:26:48 PM  
"He killed me here, here, here and here," Patel said, referring to the career-criminal suspect and pointing to his wounds.

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2022-09-28 3:28:32 PM  
This is not a repeat from 1964.

/even in 1964, this was a repeat of 1964
 
2022-09-28 3:28:38 PM  

Sin_City_Superhero: Don't get involved.


That's a big NFK. Yeah, he's trying to stab you ... and let's not make it a double.
 
2022-09-28 3:32:27 PM  
"He had the longest finger nails I've ever seen" patel said as he displayed the stab wound on his hand.
 
2022-09-28 3:32:33 PM  
You get what you tolerate, and you get what you vote for.
 
2022-09-28 3:36:19 PM  
Was Kramer filming it though?
 
2022-09-28 3:37:14 PM  
That's what happens in those liberal paradises like NYC.

/Who had republican mayor's for a shiat ton of years
 
2022-09-28 3:40:13 PM  

Thingster: You get what you tolerate, and you get what you vote for.


Are you trying to con idiots into voting for lawless Republicans because of the delusion that lawless Republicans are tough on crime? That's what the Post is doing.
 
2022-09-28 3:45:10 PM  
If he had fought back and defended himself he probably would have been charged
 
2022-09-28 3:47:47 PM  
If only Trump were still President and he could protect us from these animals.
 
2022-09-28 3:47:51 PM  

Malenfant: Thingster: You get what you tolerate, and you get what you vote for.

Are you trying to con idiots into voting for lawless Republicans because of the delusion that lawless Republicans are tough on crime? That's what the Post is doing.


I read the comments here is the most absurd


Björn Björk
17 hours ago

What exactly is the argument in favor of importing someone from another country in order to deliver food for Uber Eats, especially when that person doesn't even speak English? Sure, this guy might be a professor of mathematics where he's from, and wind up improving the faculty at one of our local community colleges some day, but maybe if we'd stop bringing in people who we don't need, fewer scumbags like the attacker would exist. Here's a solution: Deport the delivery guy, his wife, and his son, and send them off with the attacker, in shackles, to do with as they please once they've arrived back in India, Pakistan, or wherever. Someone with 103 prior arrests should have only one alternative to being locked up for life, and that's being forced to pay restitution for his crimes via the direct servitude of those whose lives he's negatively affected. I'll guarantee you that if in between loading sacks of curry, this guy is forced to sleep in a bamboo cage on the streets of Mumbai, he'll either learn the necessity of taking part in an orderly society, or he'll simply disappear, never to be heard from again.
 
2022-09-28 3:48:15 PM  
and bystanders did nothing.

I see some crazy dude stabbing someone I'm not going to help either. I'll call 911 once I'm sure I'm out of danger myself and the guy isn't going to turn on me for calling them, but unless it's a loved one I'm damn sure not risking getting stabbed/killed myself over it.
 
2022-09-28 3:50:31 PM  

invictus2: Malenfant: Thingster: You get what you tolerate, and you get what you vote for.

Are you trying to con idiots into voting for lawless Republicans because of the delusion that lawless Republicans are tough on crime? That's what the Post is doing.

I read the comments here is the most absurd


Björn Björk
17 hours ago

What exactly is the argument in favor of importing someone from another country in order to deliver food for Uber Eats, especially when that person doesn't even speak English? Sure, this guy might be a professor of mathematics where he's from, and wind up improving the faculty at one of our local community colleges some day, but maybe if we'd stop bringing in people who we don't need, fewer scumbags like the attacker would exist. Here's a solution: Deport the delivery guy, his wife, and his son, and send them off with the attacker, in shackles, to do with as they please once they've arrived back in India, Pakistan, or wherever. Someone with 103 prior arrests should have only one alternative to being locked up for life, and that's being forced to pay restitution for his crimes via the direct servitude of those whose lives he's negatively affected. I'll guarantee you that if in between loading sacks of curry, this guy is forced to sleep in a bamboo cage on the streets of Mumbai, he'll either learn the necessity of taking part in an orderly society, or he'll simply disappear, never to be heard from again.


The worst part is, I guarantee you that evil, vile hatemonger who wrote that trash would look you straight in the eye and claim to be a good, loving christian without a moment's hesitation.
 
2022-09-28 3:51:23 PM  

ReapTheChaos: and bystanders did nothing.

I see some crazy dude stabbing someone I'm not going to help either. I'll call 911 once I'm sure I'm out of danger myself and the guy isn't going to turn on me for calling them, but unless it's a loved one I'm damn sure not risking getting stabbed/killed myself over it.


I feel your username is really let down by your actual lifestyle....
//<chuckle> couldn't help it, sorry
 
2022-09-28 3:52:05 PM  
I'm not a fan of 3-strike laws, but when do we say "enough" with people like this?

This guy has so many arrests and is nothing more than a drain on society. He will never participate in any kind of positive manner and will only take from law-abiding citizens. I guarantee you our tax dollars are already supporting him. I'd rather pay more and support him in a cage where he can't hurt others.

Lock him up and throw away the key.
 
2022-09-28 3:53:42 PM  

invictus2: Malenfant: Thingster: You get what you tolerate, and you get what you vote for.

Are you trying to con idiots into voting for lawless Republicans because of the delusion that lawless Republicans are tough on crime? That's what the Post is doing.

I read the comments here is the most absurd


Björn Björk
17 hours ago

What exactly is the argument in favor of importing someone from another country in order to deliver food for Uber Eats, especially when that person doesn't even speak English? Sure, this guy might be a professor of mathematics where he's from, and wind up improving the faculty at one of our local community colleges some day, but maybe if we'd stop bringing in people who we don't need, fewer scumbags like the attacker would exist. Here's a solution: Deport the delivery guy, his wife, and his son, and send them off with the attacker, in shackles, to do with as they please once they've arrived back in India, Pakistan, or wherever. Someone with 103 prior arrests should have only one alternative to being locked up for life, and that's being forced to pay restitution for his crimes via the direct servitude of those whose lives he's negatively affected. I'll guarantee you that if in between loading sacks of curry, this guy is forced to sleep in a bamboo cage on the streets of Mumbai, he'll either learn the necessity of taking part in an orderly society, or he'll simply disappear, never to be heard from again.


Wow.  Didn't see the appeal for the return of chattel slavery coming in that one.
 
2022-09-28 3:54:10 PM  
There were no guns involved? No one had a gun?  Geez, America, the magic is gone.
 
2022-09-28 3:54:25 PM  
Too bad the guy with the blue BMW wasn't around to help. Is the police still trying to talk to him?
 
2022-09-28 3:56:43 PM  

WillofJ2: If he had fought back and defended himself he probably would have been charged


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2022-09-28 3:57:53 PM  
If only there were a good guy with a knife there. What the hell was that guy doing out at 3:00 A.M. on a bike?
 
2022-09-28 3:58:26 PM  
Why is this guy getting out.  He's proven he can't be part of society.
 
2022-09-28 3:59:02 PM  
That's not how you enjoy Super Porp!

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2022-09-28 4:00:41 PM  
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Sounds about right for New Yorkers
 
2022-09-28 4:01:14 PM  

Red Shirt Blues: WillofJ2: If he had fought back and defended himself he probably would have been charged

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2022-09-28 4:03:16 PM  

Braggi: Why is this guy getting out.  He's proven he can't be part of society.


Because it would be mean to keep him locked up. We can't have that.
 
2022-09-28 4:21:16 PM  
We keep more of our population locked up longer than any nation on Earth. But we suck at making it reduce crime
 
2022-09-28 4:23:53 PM  
Super Drunk, dares!
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2022-09-28 4:24:03 PM  

justanotherfarkinfarker: That's what happens in those liberal paradises like NYC.

/Who had republican mayor's for a shiat ton of years


justanotherfarkinfarker meet Bob the Angry Flower
Bob the Angry Flower meet justanotherfarkinfarker
 
2022-09-28 4:28:31 PM  

Rehab Is For Quitters: If only there were a good guy with a knife there. What the hell was that guy doing out at 3:00 A.M. on a bike?


Uber Eats delivery... probably one of the 3 jobs he needs to work to make ends meet in modern day USA
 
2022-09-28 4:28:57 PM  

justanotherfarkinfarker: That's what happens in those liberal paradises like NYC.

/Who had republican mayor's for a shiat ton of years


Yeah those damn republicans 🙄

"But newly available dataconfirm what critics have long argued: bail reform was followed by a significant increase in criminal reoffending."

https://www.city-journal.org/new-yorks-bail-reform-has-increased-crime
 
2022-09-28 4:30:26 PM  

Rehab Is For Quitters: If only there were a good guy with a knife there. What the hell was that guy doing out at 3:00 A.M. on a bike?


Delivering a bike.
 
2022-09-28 4:43:48 PM  

ReapTheChaos: and bystanders did nothing.

I see some crazy dude stabbing someone I'm not going to help either. I'll call 911 once I'm sure I'm out of danger myself and the guy isn't going to turn on me for calling them, but unless it's a loved one I'm damn sure not risking getting stabbed/killed myself over it.


"You can tell when your friends have been in a fight, because they look exactly like you."

Thanks dad...
 
2022-09-28 4:48:26 PM  

Big_Doofus: I'm not a fan of 3-strike laws, but when do we say "enough" with people like this?

This guy has so many arrests and is nothing more than a drain on society. He will never participate in any kind of positive manner and will only take from law-abiding citizens. I guarantee you our tax dollars are already supporting him. I'd rather pay more and support him in a cage where he can't hurt others.

Lock him up and throw away the key.


Chances are good that "super perp" has already committed offenses that will ultimately send him away for a long time. Problem is, he apparently kept getting let out again and again on bond, probably without having to post any bail, to commit more crimes while the charges for what he'd already done remained pending.

Kind of amazing that stabbing someone while you have three active warrants results in only $10,000 bail. If this guy can come up with $1,000 to pay a bondsman, he's going to get let out yet again.
 
2022-09-28 5:00:19 PM  

El_Dan: kept getting let out again and again on bond, probably without having to post any bail, to commit more crimes while the charges for what he'd already done remained pending.


The trick to bail reform is, of course, to not require huge bail amounts for small stuff and to not allow bail for violent repeat offenders, whether they have money for bail or not, and to maybe not give bail to people who are in front of the court for committing a crime while out on bail or running from other warrants. 

Of course, that depends a lot on what the warrants are.  You can get bench warrants for not showing up for jury duty or missing a court date for a traffic ticket.

Good thing he stabbed the perp in the lower east side.  If he'd stabbed him in the heart he'd probably be dead.
 
2022-09-28 5:13:22 PM  

AnyName: Red Shirt Blues: WillofJ2: If he had fought back and defended himself he probably would have been charged


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On July 7, 2022, Jose Alba, a bodega clerk, was attacked by a customer in a dispute over a bag of potato chips. Alba attempted to de-escalate, but after being shoved into a wall, defended himself with a knife, killing the assailant. Bragg, in his prosecutorial discretion, decided to charge Alba and requested bail at $500,000; the judge set it at $250,000. The dead attacker's girlfriend also stabbed Alba with her own knife, after attempting to turn Alba's knife back on him. Bragg declined to charge her.  After intense backlash, Bragg ultimately decided to drop the charges against Alba, noting that "a homicide case against Alba could not be proven at trial beyond a reasonable doubt".

All the confidence in the world justice will be done.
 
2022-09-28 5:29:33 PM  

El_Dan: Big_Doofus: I'm not a fan of 3-strike laws, but when do we say "enough" with people like this?

This guy has so many arrests and is nothing more than a drain on society. He will never participate in any kind of positive manner and will only take from law-abiding citizens. I guarantee you our tax dollars are already supporting him. I'd rather pay more and support him in a cage where he can't hurt others.

Lock him up and throw away the key.

Chances are good that "super perp" has already committed offenses that will ultimately send him away for a long time. Problem is, he apparently kept getting let out again and again on bond, probably without having to post any bail, to commit more crimes while the charges for what he'd already done remained pending.

Kind of amazing that stabbing someone while you have three active warrants results in only $10,000 bail. If this guy can come up with $1,000 to pay a bondsman, he's going to get let out yet again.


He'll have to stab another 10 to 20 people to get that $1,000 together.

And then there's his food and beer...
 
2022-09-28 5:42:13 PM  

HoratioGates: El_Dan: kept getting let out again and again on bond, probably without having to post any bail, to commit more crimes while the charges for what he'd already done remained pending.

The trick to bail reform is, of course, to not require huge bail amounts for small stuff and to not allow bail for violent repeat offenders, whether they have money for bail or not, and to maybe not give bail to people who are in front of the court for committing a crime while out on bail or running from other warrants. 

Of course, that depends a lot on what the warrants are.  You can get bench warrants for not showing up for jury duty or missing a court date for a traffic ticket.

Good thing he stabbed the perp in the lower east side.  If he'd stabbed him in the heart he'd probably be dead.


Agree. If getting charged with a new crime while out on bond got your bond revoked, minor stuff aside, or resulted in being held without bond on the new crime, bail reform would be a lot less of a problem. Problem is, for whatever reason bail reform hasn't really been implemented like that, and it still takes an extremely serious offense (i.e., stabbing an Uber Eats driver doesn't qualify) to be held without bond. With the predictable result that people who commit lots of crime are no longer getting timeouts in jail like they used to, and are instead spending the time they would have been in jail committing yet more crime.

It's almost as if the bail reformers are more interested in just pushing things in a certain direction than in implementing good public policy
 
2022-09-28 7:28:06 PM  
Book your NYC vacation today!
 
2022-09-28 7:49:17 PM  

Big_Doofus: I'm not a fan of 3-strike laws, but when do we say "enough" with people like this?

This guy has so many arrests and is nothing more than a drain on society. He will never participate in any kind of positive manner and will only take from law-abiding citizens. I guarantee you our tax dollars are already supporting him. I'd rather pay more and support him in a cage where he can't hurt others.

Lock him up and throw away the key.


30 strikes and you're out?

Sounds silly, and half joking, but that would've got this guy off the street earlier
 
2022-09-29 11:17:25 AM  
Well.. yeah, aren't we pushing in school "Don't get involved"...? I remember several assemblies where my school administrators basically said if you are involved, you will be punished, if you stand around to watch a fight, you are being punished... In order to make their 'report card' look good, they raised generations of cowards. My high school would MAKE anyone involved in a fight go in front of a magistrate, and were sentenced to comm. service, ZERO TOLERANCE, including a time someone beat on a kid who just curled up in a ball and cried... he was punished for being beaten up. Never lifted a finger BECAUSE he didn't want to have to go to court... and.. court. and... comm. service...
 
2022-09-30 1:58:43 AM  

El_Dan: If getting charged with a new crime while out on bond got your bond revoked, minor stuff aside, or resulted in being held without bond on the new crime, bail reform would be a lot less of a problem. Problem is, for whatever reason bail reform hasn't really been implemented like that, and it still takes an extremely serious offense (i.e., stabbing an Uber Eats driver doesn't qualify) to be held without bond. With the predictable result that people who commit lots of crime are no longer getting timeouts in jail like they used to, and are instead spending the time they would have been in jail committing yet more crime.


Which accusations are to be counted as not being innocent before being found guilty?
100 arrests is not the same as 100 convictions.
 
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