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VIDEO: Man Left With ‘Bleeding on the Brain’ After Being Kicked and Stomped on in Jackson Heights

July 31, 2020 By Christian Murray

A 40-year-old man was left in critical condition after being punched, kicked and stomped on last Saturday by a group of teenagers in Jackson Heights.

The victim was attacked on the corner of 90th Street and 37th Avenue by seven teenagers at around 2:20 a.m. on Saturday, July 25, according to police. The suspects then took the man’s cell phone and $100 in cash.

The man was taken to NYC Health +Hospitals Elmhurst with severe head injuries with “bleeding on the brain,” according to a police spokesperson. The spokesperson did not have any information of the victim’s condition at this time.

The suspects are described by police as teenage males between 16 and 20 years old.

Police have released surveillance photos and video of the suspects.

Anyone with information in regard to the identity of the individuals is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

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it's because of millenials...

because we paid for an overpriced mis-education by Marxists…and our outrageous privelege…

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GG

There was another incident on the 7 train this weekend of a woman getting punched in the face because she took a picture of two people assaulting and threatening passengers. Suspects looked male and female or could be transgender but i do not recall what they were wearing. So let me just say they were dressed in summer outfits.

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Dina

I used this footage to call 311 and complain about overflowing city trash cans in the area. Its a problem throughout the neighborhood with residents throwing household trash leading to streets flooded with dirt and rats. The victim was on tv today on cbs news. He said he has no idea why he was attacked.

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Guest

It’s not mayors or Cortez’s or any politician’s fault, it’s EVERYONE’s fault. You all allowed this to happen over years, see and LEARN something from BLM movement, that’s how you protest. Why hasn’t single person come out and protest rising crime and demand police to do more and have harsher punishments? There is a lot of “I don’t care as long as it doesn’t touch me” behavior from most people, they’ve become numb to what’s going on. They don’t give a damn if there is a loud noise every night down the block, they don’t give a damn if there are drunken people roaming their block every night, as long as drunks don’t bother them.
This is EVERYONE’s fault, PS: I never voted for deblasio or cortez, there was a lot of pressure votes and people kept coming out asking people to vote for them, if you don’t want them to win, bring out your own candidate and work as hard as these people worked to elect their chosen ones. There is not a good politician, only a good campaign.

Harsher punishment is the only way to deter these low life scum. Eye for an eye. It’s barbaric, but maybe that’s what these people understand.

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The Jackson Heights Seven

Wait for the movement and movie in 10 years. Somehow the tables will turn and they’ll become the victims…and there will be a ton of social justice warriors that eat it up and embrace it.

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Juanita

Its too hot during the day. With schools movies malls centers gym etc being closed some people hang out at night. Plenty of people are also hanging out late due to outside dining. It if you want to stay home and hide after sundown then do so.

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Some poor soul had to have bleeding on the brain because it's too hot outside during the day???

Oh I get it! You’re one if the accused PARENTS!!!!

“My angel did nothing wrong!!!”. It’s covids fault!!!

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Olga

Hopefully the Mayor will open more streets in Jackson Heights and Corona to Play Areas for kids and teens. The wonderful people in those areas need more things to do.

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Leave while you can

Welcome to De Blasio/Ocasio-Cortez’s New York.

You voted for this.

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GOP Hates America

Yeah, it’s OK when cops do it, but not teenagers! Who do those kids think they are!? the NYPD???

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Let us know when you leave

Oh wait, you’re not going anywhere? Just meaningless posturing?

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Mac

Welcome to Trumps America : 25 Million unemployed, a weak US Dollar, the largest economic contraction in history, a failed response to a global pandemic, riots in the streets and an attempt at an unconstitutional grab at a second presidential term in office.

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Jessica

We are not going anywhere. Things can happen in any neighborhood. Now go to work and pay my rent!! This is a new day. And we will not tolerate your kind putting us down or trying to scare us into silence.

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Valerie

And we would re-elect AOC every year if we had to. She will run for president one day. She has an appeal like no other. People love to hear what she has to say and no man can stop her from expressing herself.

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