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Knockout attack

"I was passing by a lady using a phone and I hit her head in self-defense because of the way she looked," Baldwin said of the last attack.
Barry Baldwin, a 35-year-old Brooklyn resident, was arrested with six counts of assault as a hate crime, along with several additional attempted assault and harassment charges.
This happened on Sunday.
Three pre-teens and one teen were arrested this week in connection with three separate "knockout" game-style attacks that occurred this fall.
The thinkable has happened.
Investigators are currently trying to determine when a potentially-deadly knockout "game" has sparked an assault in NYC, as opposed to attacks that are simply the usual random violence.
The man charged with a hate crime in connection to a possible "knockout" attack on a Jewish man in Borough Park last week says the cops have got the wrong guy.
Amrit Marajh, 28, was charged with aggravated harassment in the second degree as a hate crime, third-degree assault, and third-degree assault as a hate crime.
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