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60-year-old New York City man dies after
vicious $1 robbery on Christmas Eve

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Posted By: MissMolly, 12/29/2019 4:35:35 AM

A 60-year-old man who was brutally attacked and robbed for $1 on Christmas Eve has died from his injuries, the NYPD said Saturday. Juan Fresnada was with his husband in the Bronx early Tuesday when six individuals approached them and demanded money, police said. When the victims refused, they were attacked, according to the NYPD. Surveillance video released by police Friday shows one of them repeatedly punching and kicking Fresnada as he's on the ground. One of them hits Fresnada with a metal garbage can, the video shows.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Captleemo 12/29/2019 4:38:18 AM (No. 273482)
Welcome to Bill Deblasio's New York City.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: tom7 12/29/2019 5:01:27 AM (No. 273484)
This is DeBlasio's dream for NYC - black gangs rampaging through the city.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: DCGIRL 12/29/2019 5:48:55 AM (No. 273495)
Apparently, the black gangs are also going after the Jewish people in NY. The young college student that was stabbed to death by three black punks under the age of 15. I hope each and everyone of them get the death penalty. Knowing the legislative body in the City and the elected DA, they will get off.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Strike3 12/29/2019 5:50:46 AM (No. 273497)
Nice video of the indigenous "teens." AOC voters I presume.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: F15 Gork 12/29/2019 6:27:43 AM (No. 273515)
If you still live in a democrat run big city, you might want to find yourself an exit ramp before it’s too late.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: Rinktum 12/29/2019 7:17:41 AM (No. 273541)
You get this kind of lawlessness when you vote for a democrat. I do not for the life of me understand why democrats are so opposed to law and order, but they clearly are. Therefore, the only logical decision is to never vote for a democrat for any office regardless how small. Who wants to live or even visit these Mad Max like cities where you take your life in your own hands when you go out?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: Kafka2 12/29/2019 7:29:50 AM (No. 273550)
Bill Deblasio's NYC. His policy mandates to the Police have made the city safe ... for thugs.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: mathman 12/29/2019 7:39:44 AM (No. 273557)
Sorry. No crime. Man had an obligation to carry $200 in case of robbery. 1619 and all that. Youts had a right to that money. 400 years of deprivation . Get off your high horse and give. Just because.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Newtsche 12/29/2019 8:12:50 AM (No. 273574)
Yep, #8, your numbers add up.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: seamusm 12/29/2019 8:18:19 AM (No. 273578)
His husband? I am sorry he died but those words will forever gag me. That gays when openly displaying their perversion are targeted is predictable. The ordinary man is disgusted by their flaunting of the natural order. That they are actually assaulted is sinful but also predictable. Young men raised without fathers in broken families never receive the discipline to learn the self-control which might prevent acting out their disgust.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: ginadee 12/29/2019 8:27:28 AM (No. 273584)
This is so sad. Murdered for $1.00. And then the news about the murder of Jews celebrating Hanukkah in New York. Why can't we as human beings leave law abiding citizens alone to live their lives? I guess I'm thinking of everyone as having souls. It truly breaks my heart when I red the news of late. Not just the political news but the "around the fringe" of the lawlessness that has taken over our country. Has the fear of God evaporated into meaningless dribble? Has no one enough humanity to care for their fellow human beings?I guess no would be the proper answer. This all saddens me.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 12/29/2019 8:33:06 AM (No. 273587)
The demonic world is in a tizzy, folks! Even if we don't realize something big is coming... they do. If anyone has been waiting for a better time to get right with God, now is the time!
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 12/29/2019 8:47:58 AM (No. 273601)
Life in Blasio's world in the NYC hell hole. That poor guy who was killed...for one dollar. The entire scene is predictable: Black teens raised by an unmarried mama on welfare who votes dim. Black teens who are part of the gimmedat generation. They were never taught right from wrong. Two guys walking down the street while displaying their sexual preference - why is it necessary to advertise it and make yourself a target. Another example of societal decay. That long-feared Orwellian world is here, NYC. If you live in NYC or any other dim stronghold, get out, while you still can.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 12/29/2019 9:18:19 AM (No. 273625)
I don't know about you - - but I'm going to keep a sharp eye out for "teens" and "youths." It seems that they're committing all the violent crimes these days. I'm not going to let any "teen" or "youth" get near me!
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Hazymac 12/29/2019 9:31:10 AM (No. 273635)
The decedent faced six attackers in a city essentially without guns in the hands of law abiding citizens. In such situations violent criminals don't have much to fear. New York is one of several states (sometimes called the Non-Free States) in which the political classes have seen fit to outlaw magazines of more than ten rounds in civilians' firearms. Restricting the number of rounds in a self defense weapon can be a death sentence to a defender facing more than one attacker. Experienced law enforcement officers will often miss their targets, even at very close range, in a sudden gunfight for life, commonly hitting the target with as few as one in five rounds, even inside ten feet. If the police usually miss, what would one expect from civilians who don't practice as much as police? Take away half of their ammo, and their chances of surviving a gunfight diminish accordingly. In this day and age there are more multiple person attacks taking place. In one case, caught on video, six home invaders with a stolen car and a garage door opener cruised up and down in nice neighborhoods, pushing the button on the remote, hoping someone's garage door would open. When one finally did, the car drove inside, the home invaders lowered the door behind them and got out. All had guns. The homeowner heard the strangers entering his home, got out of bed, picked up an AR-15 with 30-round magazine, and waited behind cover. When the first home invader appeared, the homeowner cut loose with the AR, and all six bad guys fled out the front door, leaving the stolen car and a cell phone behind. . A woman of my acquaintance had a meeting in a downtown office building. After the meeting she took the elevator to the parking garage. As she approached her car six attackers suddenly appeared between her and her car. She pulled out a S&W .38 Special revolver and pointed it at the closest one. They all fled. But as she drove home she thought about how poor her chances would have been if they had attacked her. She would have had to immobilize all six with only six rounds. What are the chances of that? Zero. The following week she retired the .38 snubbie, bought a Glock 19 (a 9mm semiautomatic pistol with 15+1 capacity), and now carries it. Her chances of survival are much better with the larger capacity pistol. If you carry, carry enough ammunition: "as much as you can," according to two of the FBI survivors of the 1986 firefight with two heavily trained and armed bank robbers. In another video a man in Brazil is getting into his car when, at the worst possible time, another car stops just to his left rear and five attackers, armed, swarm him, stacking up Keystone Kops style before he can close his driver door. In about a second you see the group of attackers explode outward away from the victim's car as they flee. Then one, two, three of them go down hard in the street as the victim's bullets find them. One crawls away, one lies there wounded and lives, the third lies there wounded and dies in the street. You pays your money, you takes your chance. .
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Reply 16 - Posted by: daisey 12/29/2019 10:07:50 AM (No. 273676)
This makes my blood boil. I don’t care about their disadvantaged childhood. Being poor does not preclude being taught right from wrong. From being taught ethics and morals. Or taking responsibility for your actions. And it’s always seems to be 10 or more against 1 or 2 victims. These attackers are thugs and animals and should be treated as such by the courts. That will never happen in DeBlasio’s New York.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: joew9 12/29/2019 10:15:01 AM (No. 273686)
Notice how ABC said the motive for the attack was merely robbery. Completely ignoring the decades of evidence that blacks are very intolerant of homosexuals. ABC needs to stop trying to be politically correct and simply tell the truth. Blacks are hugely intolerant of homosexuals. (and Jews) By not telling the truth the MSM is by default endorsing black intolerance of homosexuality.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: jacksin5 12/29/2019 10:15:09 AM (No. 273687)
A disarmed citizenry, issued strict instructions to "Shelter in Place" and call 911. If firearms were legal to possess in NYC, the chances of the victims being assisted by people in the neighborhood rises, and these feral attacks decrease.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: mc squared 12/29/2019 10:44:39 AM (No. 273723)
This is at least the third posting this morning in which the perpetrator wasn't white. The media is slipping up. All the TV commercials for security systems show a WASPy guy breaking into a home.What happened to 'if we don't report it, it didn't happen'?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: bigfatslob 12/29/2019 11:19:02 AM (No. 273748)
Who remembers Bernard Goetz? A little of that response goes a long way in warning thugs on the streets especially in New York.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: fairplay 12/29/2019 2:06:52 PM (No. 273876)
This is today's ultra liberal society! Stay out of cities if you can!
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