New York Post VIDEO:
New York values
When he saved the woman, did she not call the police to report the attack?
Hey, you inhumane trash...couldn’t just 1 of you anonymously called 911??????
Nobody could even get on their f-—ing cell phone to call 911?
And New Yorkers wonder why people look at them with pity/contempt. If this were unusual, it would be understandable - but the fact is that this sort of thing is apparently commonplace there.
Why get involved? Getting involved doesn’t benefit ‘me’?
“In the wake of the bloodshed, a man came out of a nearby building and chillingly took a cellphone photo of the victim before leaving. And in several instances, pairs of people gawked at Tale-Yax without doing anything.
Later, another man stopped, leaned over and vigorously shook Tale-Yaxs body. After lifting the victims head and body to reveal a pool of blood, he also walked off.”
Is Dinkins mayor again? Sure seems like it.
Obamacare in action...
The Brady Campaign is pleased, as, most importantly, no gun was used.
And where was the woman he saved?????? Did SHE just run off too???? How could she POSSIBLY live with this the rest of her life - the guy who saved her life died because she was unwilling to even call the cops.
This is what happens when some people live under the premise that nothing is THEIR responsibility and everything is up to the government or its minions to take care of.
There’s that superior urban culture the left talks about.
From NY-1 News:
Police were searching Saturday for a suspect accused of killing a homeless man who tried to stop an assault on a woman in Queens.
Authorities say Hugo Alfredo Tale-Yax, 31, was stabbed several times in the chest last Sunday morning at 88th Road and 144th Street in Jamaica.
They say a man, seen above on surveillance video, was assaulting a woman when Tale-Yax tried to intervene.
The suspect then turned a knife on Tale-Yax, who died on the sidewalk as pedestrians walked by, apparently unaware or uncaring that he needed help.
The suspect is described as five-feet-six-inches, with a medium build and wearing a green short-sleeved shirt, a green hat and dark pants.
Police believe the woman was able to flee the scene when the attacker turned on Tale-Yax. She is described as five-feet-three-inches tall, thin, and wearing a three-fourth length jacket and a skirt.
Anyone with information on the case should contact the Crime Stoppers hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS, or text CRIMES and then enter TIP577, or visit www.nypdcrimestoppers.com.
At the following link there is surveillance video of the attacker:
BUT, we don't have people laying on our sidewalks. This would obviously be a situation that needed my attention.
Not so sure this would be the case in NYC. I have seen, for myself, a homeless guy sleeping on the sidewalk outside the Javits Center. I didn't call 911. I figured he was sleeping. He was, as he was later awakened by our groups presence.
I saw a bum laying on a bench just outside Central Park. He had blood on his head and there was a small pool of blood on the sidewalk below his head. Did I call 911? No. There were HUNDREDS of people on the sidewalks and I figured someone must have already called and I was just a tourist. After I walked away a police car and ambulance pulled up to that location.
Don't be so quick to condemn those NYers. It's a different world.
This kind of thing is less likely to happen in places where seeing people passed out in the street would be considered “out of the norm”.
Really sickening. Makes NYers look as bad as people think we are.
PS, I hope they catch the perp and serve him a little bit of justice in a NYS jail cell.... that ought to hurt.
April 26, 2010
The homeless immigrant killed last week in Queens while rescuing a stranger from a knife attack will be mourned at a wake in Brooklyn Wednesday. ..."
At least 25 of his fellow New Yorkers walked past the Guatemala native as he lay dying, and no one thought to call 911 for nearly two hours.
The wake will be held from 3 to 9 p.m. at Funeraria La Fe, at 183 Wyckoff Ave.
Rest in peace. A true hero stepped in to help someone and all others just let him lie there. God forgive them.
Health Care starts with the people. “Hey Mister, are you all right?”
The homeless man was obviously NOT a NYer.