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That day on the subway, the city of New York turned their back on me and other people, and with the judge yesterday, the law turned its back on me again, Lozito said.
Two transit officers had apparently locked themselves in a motorman's car only a few feet from the stabbing victim and his attacker at the time of the attack.
City lawyers are arguing that the NYPD had no "special duty" to protect Joseph Lozito during Maksim Gelman's stabbing rampage, despite the fact that cops were on the train at the time.
Just when you thought you were done with Maksim Gelman, the Brooklyn man who admitted to killing four people and injuring four others during a last year, the subway stabber got one last creep in.
“I am not the bad guy; these people who died, they did bad things to me," Gelman said before his sentencing. "It’s not my fault all this happened; the cops knew about it.”
The 24-year-old man who plead guilty to killing four people and injuring four others during a 28-hour stabbing rampage across Brooklyn and Manhattan last February has been sentenced to more than 200 years in prison.
The man who fatally stabbed four people and claims to have killed six others gives his thoughts on killing children.
“All my friends, they all tell me I’m crazy,” he said in a phone interview from Rikers Island. “I believe I’m schizophrenic and bi-polar...I know what’s going on but I tend to overreact.”
The Brooklyn man who was accused of killing four people and injuring four others during a 28-hour stabbing rampage across Brooklyn and Manhattan last February has plead guilty to all charges.
Maksim Gelman pleaded not guilty yesterday to four counts of murder after
Lozito's head (WCBS 2) On Feburary 12, Joseph Lozito was on
Maksim Gelman is doing a great job proving his insanity. Earlier today
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