Brooklyn woman, 86, murdered for violating "Coronavirus social distancing"

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  1. Chinatown

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    Is New York being punished? They sure do seem to be
     
  3. Numb

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    and now it starts........
     
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    Fuller said (victim Janie) Marshall played a key role in establishing the community garden in 1991.

    “She was able to get all the information and she came to me and she asked me to help get people to join the garden,” Fuller said. “We were basically one of the first gardens in the district.”

    Marshall, who was at the hospital for a bowel obstruction, innocently grabbed a metal stand in a hallway near a bed where Lundy, a seizure patient, was sitting around 2 p.m. Saturday, police sources said.

    Lundy lashed out, complaining Marshall wasn’t following coronavirus social distancing guidelines, and allegedly slugged her in the head, knocking her to the ground, according to police sources.

    (Cassandra) Lundy, who lives in Bedford-Stuyvesant, has 17 prior arrests, on charges including drug possession, trespass, assault and strangulation, sources said.​

    Maybe the nurses could slip a little something extra into the POS Lundy's IV bag.
     
    Dale thompson and skellr Thank this.
  5. bryan21384

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    That's was pretty cowardly to knock out an 86 year old woman
     
  6. Dale thompson

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    Too many rats in a small maze.
     
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