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Stop the Asian hatred: – The biggest reactions after the brutal attack

In front of the shocked witnesses, in the middle of the street in New York, a 65-year-old woman was kicked in the buttocks by a man and then kicked several times while lying down.

In the video released by the police, one can also see the security forces in the building next to the scene of the attack, witnessing the brutal act.

The woman, who is of Asian descent, was one of the victims of a growing hate crime against Asian Americans during epidemics. A total of 3800 different incidents have been recorded, according to a new report Defender.

The new violence against people of Asian descent is linked to Donald Trump’s repeated claims that the epidemic is China’s fault, and the news agency writes that he used the racist accusation word “China virus”. A.P.

Hadringer

Brutal attack on 65-year-old woman captured by surveillance cameras. The videos show the man assaulting himself while the woman was walking down the street in Manhattan on Monday afternoon.

The woman was reportedly going to church when the attack took place A.P.

According to police, the man first kicked her in the abdomen. He then kicked her in the face again and again, while shouting several anti-Asian insults, The Guardian writes.

– You are not here, he should have said, according to the AP.

Then he went unhindered, the records show.

According to The Guardian, the woman has been admitted to hospital with serious injuries.

ABC News reports that New York police have arrested and charged a 38-year-old man. He, among others, hates crime and seeks to attack.

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Crime: On a 38-year-old man, there are heinous crimes.  Photo: NYPD
Purpose: On the 38-year-old man, there are heinous crimes. Photo: NYPD
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The man was previously charged with stabbing his mother to death in 2002. He was released on probation in 2019 and is said to have lived in a center for the homeless in the area where the attack took place.

Massive reactions

There were several witnesses to the incident, but no one intervened when the woman was kicked.

It triggers both anger and massive reactions. Across the United States, anti-Asian violence is now on the rise, Abby says.

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio describes the act in the video as “disgusting and outrageous” and says “it is completely unacceptable that the witnesses did not intervene.”

“I don’t care who you are, I don’t care what you do, you have to help your New Yorker,” De Blasio told a news conference Tuesday.

However, the union leader, who represents the workers in the building, accused the security guards of not acting when the attack took place. The union leader says they immediately called for help.

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– Can’t see

Among the witnesses to the incident, there must have been two security guards who worked inside the building equipped with surveillance cameras, A.P.

– If you see someone being attacked, do what you can, they say Blasio.

– Raise the sound. Shout out what’s going on. Try to help, get help immediately. Call 911, he continues.

– Here we should all be a part of the solution. The New York mayor says we can’t just watch such a horrific act.

So far this year, police say 33 hate crimes have been registered against an Asian victim in New York, compared to 11 in the same period last year, according to A.P.

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