Woman savagely beaten in Queens subway station describes the pain, trauma
The suspect, 41-year-old Waheed Foster, is now charged with felony assault.
In 1995, law enforcement sources say Foster was arrested for murdering his 82-year-old foster grandmother in a brutal beating at the age of 14. Six years later, he was arrested for stabbing his 21-year-old sister with a screwdriver. Then in 2010, he was arrested for attacking three workers at the Creedmore Psychiatric Center, where he was an inpatient. He was on parole until November 2024 at the time of last week’s attack.
Gomes says there were no police officers anywhere in the station. She said there was no one to prevent the attack and no one on the scene to respond to it.
“Every day is an incident in the subway,” she said. “What happened to all these police officer they said they will have there to protect us? There’s like nobody to be found. I don’t understand.”
Multiple violent crimes including murder but he’s out free to do it again.
A good Samaritan tried to or at least wanted to help but was chased off by Foster.
And, of course, there were no cops.
This is why concealed carry is important.
It empowers people like this woman or the man who wanted to help her against a violent attacker with a history of hurting people.
But it is crystal clear that the governor abd mayor of New York and New York City want to protect criminals from their victims.
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Just collateral loss. Our Betters just don’t care, as long as they get returned to office.
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