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Subway shoving

A man who pushed a fellow subway rider in front of the Q train, killing him, has been found not guilty on all charges, the Manhattan District Attorney said on Monday.
He claimed he didn't do anything the day of the fatal shoving.
Kevin Darden is being held without bail.
A man who was allegedly violently shoved by Darden at the West 4th Street subway station recognized him as his attacker.
The train operator said that the victim's body actually hit the windshield.
The police released video of a person of interest.
"The motorman and the Transit Authority need to be held accountable for a man who was crushed to death...If everybody was doing their job and paying attention, this man would still be alive."
"Yes, for the sake of argument, I could have walked away...But it was just bad timing. He came at the wrong time."
The MTA is reportedly seriously exploring the possibility of installing the sliding doors at L Train stations.
A former boyfriend said that Menendez has long hated Muslims: "She would say, 'I can't stand being around these people...I kept telling her you can't blame every person you see."
A man who was attacked by the suspect in 2003 said that she "started clawing me in the face. I was trying to get away from her... There was blood on my face, my chest and my neck."
"I totally think it's way past due, they really need to do it," transit architect Jonathan Cohn told us. "But I can understand they have their constraints and funding issues."
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