Video shows vicious attack of Asian American woman in NY

Video shows vicious attack of Asian American woman in NY

He faces charges of assault as a hate crime, attempted assault as a hate crime, assault and attempted assault in Monday's attack, police said.

Elliot-who had been living at a local hotel serving as a homeless shelter at the time of the attack-has two prior arrests: one for robbery in 2000 and another for murder of his mother, Bridget Johnson, in 2002. Their union said they called for help immediately. NY city launched plans last week to deploy an all-Asian undercover police team to combat a rise in hate crimes against Asians, which included shooting attacks at Atlanta-area spas this month in which six Asian women were killed.

In an interview with NY1 Police Commissioner Dermot Shea called the attack "disgusting".

"We would like to make clear. that upon review of the FULL video-recorded incident, we do not believe the 360 West doormen staff have failed us as residents, our Midtown Manhattan community, nor our fellow AAPI New Yorkers", the letter read.

At the same time, officials criticised bystanders for doing nothing to stop the assault, which came amid a national spike in anti-Asian hate crimes, weeks after a mass shooting in Atlanta that left eight people dead, six of them women of Asian descent. "I don't get it why they would attack an Asian woman in the street, I feel so bad for her".

The attack on the woman in NY on Sunday was caught on surveillance video. Immediately call for help.

The NYPD's Hate Crime Task Force is investigating the incident and has asked anyone with information to contact the department. "This is something where we all have to be part of the solution".

The woman was hospitalized with serious injuries.

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Authorities told the New York Post that the woman was taken to NYU Langone Hospital with a fractured pelvis and is listed in stable condition. For one, it shows what appears to be yet another hate-fueled attack on an Asian person, part of a worrisome rise in attacks on Asian Americans.

The attack, which took place on a sidewalk in broad daylight in Midtown Manhattan on Monday, was caught on CCTV footage from inside an adjacent building and showed bystanders seemingly looking on without intervening.

On Brodsky's Instagram account, the group said that it was aware of the incident and that the staff who witnessed the account were suspended pending an investigation.

"I don't know who attacks a 65-year-old woman and leaves her on the street like that", he said.

The NYPD's Hate Crimes Force had been looking for the assailant since Monday afternoon, after a man punched and kicked a 65-year-old woman, knocked her to the ground and stamped at least three times on her head.

And although she claims not to want to minimize what has happened to Asian Americans, she does precisely that by arguing, "Violence against Black people in this country is continuous, structural; violence against Asians is more periodic, contingent on events".

Stop AAPI Hate, an advocacy group, reported almost 4,000 instances of hate instances against Asian Americans in the US between March 2020 and February 2021 - more than 10 a day.

The organization said the number was "only a fraction of the number of hate incidents that actually occur".

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