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Crazy People Are Dangerous

Posted on | May 29, 2021 | Comments Off on Crazy People Are Dangerous

Say hello to Joshua Nazario, 22:

A relative said Nazario was plagued by mental health problems, and had bounced around from one family member to the next. An aunt said Nazario had been on drugs to control his schizophrenia, but that he had run out of his medication.
“He started acting strangely about two weeks ago” said his aunt Lourdes Nazario at the Bronx apartment where she gave him shelter. “His medication ran out. That’s when I found out he was schizophrenic.”
“His mom lives in Canada,” she said. “He drove to the border and left her car. He just walked through the woods and across the border about five months ago. They found him in a hospital in Buffalo.”
She said Nazario had been working passing out masks and hand sanitizers, but got fired.
“I took him in because no one wanted him,” the aunt said. “His mother never told me he had schizophrenia. I just found out two weeks ago. . . . He’s been staying here four months and I never knew.
“He started acting up when our mother started looking for an apartment for him. He said he didn’t want to leave,” she said. “I don’t know why the doctor didn’t prescribe another bottle. I started asking and that’s when I found out he was schizophrenic. Nobody gave me the details. They kept me in the dark.”

But I thought Canada had a world-class socialist healthcare system? Why would Nazario leave Canada and sneak across the border into the United States? Because he’s a psycho who wants to stab people:

Thirty years in the big city, through crime waves and violent shooting sprees, the worst that had ever happened to Kelli Daley was a low-level robbery.
“I was mugged when I first moved here when I was like 20,” Daley said, the unfortunate experience a distant memory now. “They just grabbed my purse then ran away.”
Thirty years, nothing. Then suddenly Daley found herself bleeding on a dirty subway platform, the latest victim in a string of savage subway stabbings that have unnerved commuters returning to a transit system just awakening from a pandemic slumber.
Cops said Daley, 54, was stabbed Wednesday night [May 19] by a deranged man at a Union Square station.
The woman, who didn’t know her attacker, was knifed repeatedly in the collar bone and the back of her shoulder, cops said. She was taken to Bellevue Hospital to get stitches for several deep cuts.
Daley was waiting for a train on the southbound N/Q/R/W platform around 10 p.m. Wednesday when suspect Joshua Nazario, 22, crept up from behind and started hacking away at her neck and shoulders, cops said.
They said the bloodshed could have been a lot worse had it not been for a horrified witness who sprang into action and ran to Daley’s defense.
Passenger Sean Conaboy, 52, tackled and disarmed the subway slasher before he could do any more harm to Daley or anyone else, pinning him to the platform in a headlock before police came and hauled him away.
A still-stunned Daley said that in the time it takes for the subway doors to open, she went from being annoyed over missing her train to being unnerved by the unprovoked attack. . . .
Conaboy, a freelance cameraman for the Canadian Broadcasting Corp., heard Daley’s screams. But even before that, he said he noticed something out of place.
Conaboy said he was on his way home from a 12-hour shift when he saw a suspicious man lurking in the station dressed in winter clothes on what turned out to be the hottest day of the year so far.
“I looked at his face, as he walked past me,” Conaboy said. “He looked in my eyes.”
The man then disappeared from Conaboy’s view.
“It was in that instant that I saw a woman,” he said. “She got pulled back out of my line of sight, away from the platform edge, and I heard a scream. And then I saw the knife come out from behind the column, in a full grip in a downward jagged position.”
The column was blocking Conaboy’s view but, “the knife and the hand were clearly visible,” Conaboy said.
“It was alarming to see a knife that big,” he said.
“I immediately ran to that spot,” he said, “Then I just jumped on his back and I tackled him. Then I was on top of him. At this point, I don’t know where the knife is. At some point in the scuffle, the woman got out and escaped.”
Conaboy said he was concerned about getting stabbed himself during the commotion, but someone kicked the knife out of the attacker’s hand after Conaboy wrestled him to the ground.
“I knew as long as he had that knife that I was in very serious danger,” Conaboy said. “I knew if he turned to face me that I’m going to be stabbed.”
Conaboy managed to get the man in a headlock.
“I pulled his hair to grab his head and put my forearm under his chin and pressed it up against his throat,” Conaboy said. “Somebody said ‘I got him! I got him!’ Someone did in fact have him by the ankles, but I’m still on top of him. Then I heard, ‘Police! Police!’ At that point, I relinquished him.”

Video of the attack from self-defense coach John Correia:


The video is shocking, but this kind of stuff now happens every day in Mayor DeBlasio’s New York City:

As of Sunday, cops have investigated 49 assaults in transit over the last month — more than double the number of assaults during the same time last year, when few were taking the subway because of the pandemic.
So far this year, 187 assaults have been reported in transit, 45 more than the 142 reported this time last year, police said.

Stay away from New York City. You’d have to be crazy to live there and, as we all know by now, Crazy People Are Dangerous.



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