From the NY Post:

Suspect in NYC stabbings eerily smiled at first victim after random attack: ‘Turned to look at me’

A maniac accused of randomly stabbing multiple people with a hunting knife in Queens flashed a menacing grin at his first victim after slashing him in the back earlier this month, the man told The Post on Wednesday.

The 61-year-old grandfather said he was on his way to the laundromat on Jan. 8 when he was allegedly attacked by 27-year-old Jermain Rigueur.

The man was the first of at least five victims in Queens terrorized during the stabbing spree over the past two weeks, police said.

A suspect in the case was taken into custody Wednesday after a manhunt by the NYPD.

The original story brings to mind the Maksim Gelman stabbing spree.

Rigueur, who lives in Queens, works as a greeter at Woodhull Hospital in Brooklyn, sources said.

No charges had been filed against him as of early Thursday.

The five victims were all left wounded and bleeding when Rigueur allegedly plunged a hunting knife into them, police said.

Then this week, 34-year-old Shaneka Anderson was stabbed as she walked home just after midnight Tuesday from her job with the TSA at LaGuardia Airport.

The next three victims were knifed Wednesday morning, leading cops to alert the media as they began their search for the serial stabber.

The NYPD sounded the alarm at a press conference the same day and blasted out images of the suspect before it took Rigueur into custody that night.

There was a madman on a stabbing spree.

The people were told nothing and it took the police several days to hunt him down.

This is another case where the people of NYC were left defenseless in the face of a madman with a knife while the Waffen NYPD bumble-fucked around uselessly for a while.

The good people of NYC need to be able to defend themselves.

The Bruen decision needs to be enforced in NYC, and the people be allowed to carry concealed to defend themselves.

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