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Knockout game

"She was lying on the ground and this guy was standing there laughing after he hit her," said a friend of the victim who was walking with her when the attack occurred.
It happened yesterday afternoon.
The victim had bleeding on the brain and is still in the hospital.
"You shouldn't have that fear always in the back of your head, 'oh someone's going to come out nowhere and punch me,'" the victim said.
Police are searching for a suspect accused of walking up to a man and punching him in the face on the Lower East Side early this morning, breaking his jaw.
A handful of youths assaulted a 36-year-old woman walking her dog yesterday afternoon.
The thinkable has happened.
"Such textbook apologetics and excuses for crime hearken back to a different and far worse time for New York City, as does the nauseating stench of Cumbo's classic anti-Semitic stew."
A Crown Heights councilwoman wrote an open letter this week positing that these attacks are due to long-simmering tensions between Blacks and Jews in the neighborhood.
An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man is the latest victim in a series of unprovoked assaults in Brooklyn, and the NYPD Hate Crime Task Force is involved in the investigation.
Authorities say that Yvonne Small, 76, was walking along Wortman Ave. near Alabama Ave in East New York at about 11:35 a.m. yesterday
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.
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