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    He was on parole for beating his own grandmother to death...surprise, surprise, he struck again! Good job democrats!



    The Queens straphanger brutally beaten by homeless ex-con in a shocking caught-on-video attack may lose sight in her right eye — and is now desperately pleading for more cops in the transit system.

    Elizabeth Gomes, 33, was dragged across the Howard Beach-JFK Airport station last Tuesday morning before being repeatedly kicked and punched in the face by Waheed Foster, a 41-year-old vagrant on parole who previously beat his grandmother to death, according to police.

    Gomes had gotten off the A train and was on her way to Kennedy Airport, where she works as a security guard, before the sickening 5:15 a.m. assault. She was trying to avoid Foster — who was ranting about Satan — but he went after her, the woman and her husband told The Post on Tuesday.

    “He was targeting me or something” and ranting “about the devil, about … a whole bunch of stuff that you don’t even want to hear at five o’clock in the morning,” Gomes recounted as she walked with her husband, wearing sunglasses to cover her badly wounded right eye, to Queens court for a grand-jury hearing in the case.
    Gomes was trying to avoid her attacker but he targeted her.Gabriella Bass
    “This guy kill his grandmother at 14 years old. He injured so many people. Why is he on the street?” the injured woman said. “That’s what we trying to find out.”

    Gomes’s husband, Clement Tucker, 41, said, “It’s crazy — she’s going to lose her sight if she doesn’t get some help real soon.

    Man viciously assaults woman at subway stop after ignoring him: cops
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    “Her pupil was outside her eye. Her eye!

    “We’re trying to get her eyesight back.”
    Gomes, pictured on her way to court with her husband, demanded to know where all the police were when she was attacked.Gabriella BassGomes said she can’t see anything out of her right eye following the attack.Gabriella Bass
    Tucker said his wife attempted to dodge any confrontation at the time, to no avail.
    “Honestly, being a New Yorker, we hear these things all the time. We try to avoid it, you know?” Tucker said. “And it’s just so sad that even though we try to avoid it, these things still happen to us. I still can’t put that day together. I don’t even know.

    “She was trying to stay away, get some distance. He seemed like he was just targeting her.”

    In an earlier interview with ABC 7, an exasperated Gomes questioned why there were no police at the station for one of the nation’s busiest airports.
    Gomes had gotten off the A train and was on her way to Kennedy Airport where she works as a security guard.
    “Every day is an incident in the subway,” she told the outlet. “What happened to all these police officer [sic] they said they will have there to protect us? There’s like nobody to be found. I don’t understand.”

    One man had tried to come to Gomes’ aid during the attack but was scared off by the menacing brute, the footage showed.

    Foster was charged with assault and held without bail.

    The suspect had beaten his 82-year-old foster grandmother to death in an argument over money in 1995 when he was just 14, sources previously told The Post.
    The attack sent her to Jamaica Hospital with a serious eye injury.
    In 2010, he also stabbed a woman in the face at a mental institution and has also been arrested for assaulting a woman with a screwdriver, criminal mischief, robbery and larceny, law-enforcement sources said.

    He was on parole at the time of last week’s attack.

    Gomes lamented to The Post that since her assault, “Every day, I wake up with these numerous headaches.

    “I don’t even know if I sleep. I don’t even know,” she said.
    A witness tried to come to Gomes’ aid but was scared off.
    Her husband added, “She keep crying out in her sleep, ‘Help! Help!’

    “Her life is messed up right now.”

    The chilling incident came as NYPD shows that straphangers are 42% more likely to be victims of violent crime now than before the pandemic started. There were 2.14 crimes per million riders last month compared to 1.5 crimes per million riders in August of 2019.

    Police officials last week touted lower overall crime numbers in the system without taking into consideration the lower ridership caused by COVID-19 — and blamed the media for the perception that crime on the rails was on the ride.

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    Beat his Grandma at 14. Stabbed someone in a mental hospital. This dude needs to be in the mental health wing of whatever prison has one.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by The Big Dunn View Post
      Beat his Grandma at 14. Stabbed someone in a mental hospital. This dude needs to be in the mental health wing of whatever prison has one.
      So it's the democrat governor's fault he was out on the streets right?
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      • #4
        Originally posted by GhostofDempsey View Post

        So it's the democrat governor's fault he was out on the streets right?
        The governor was who when he was 14 and beat his grandma and got out? Pataki. Republican. Who was mayor of NYC when he was 14? Giuliani. Republican.

        Least we know this is just part of your daily agenda and not actual concern for the victim.

        So now you can post about how Patterson or Cuomo was Governor in 2010 derp derp.
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        • #5
          poor woman... as soon as he did what he did to his grandmother that should have been his days of roaming the streets done with. ive said it time and time again those psychopaths cant be changed, just get them off the streets and let them rot somewhere, no good to anyone and are a risk to respectful members of society...

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          • #6
            Originally posted by The Big Dunn View Post

            The governor was who when he was 14 and beat his grandma and got out? Pataki. Republican. Who was mayor of NYC when he was 14? Giuliani. Republican.

            Least we know this is just part of your daily agenda and not actual concern for the victim.

            So now you can post about how Patterson or Cuomo was Governor in 2010 derp derp.
            He served time, and was not paroled during Pataki's term.

            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.

            So in 2001 he was on the loose and arrested for stabbing his sister...governor was Paterson or Cuomo, both Democrats. Arrested again in 2010 and paroled in 2015...guess who was governor and mayor?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by GhostofDempsey View Post
              He was on parole for beating his own grandmother to death...surprise, surprise, he struck again! Good job democrats!



              The Queens straphanger brutally beaten by homeless ex-con in a shocking caught-on-video attack may lose sight in her right eye — and is now desperately pleading for more cops in the transit system.

              Elizabeth Gomes, 33, was dragged across the Howard Beach-JFK Airport station last Tuesday morning before being repeatedly kicked and punched in the face by Waheed Foster, a 41-year-old vagrant on parole who previously beat his grandmother to death, according to police.

              Gomes had gotten off the A train and was on her way to Kennedy Airport, where she works as a security guard, before the sickening 5:15 a.m. assault. She was trying to avoid Foster — who was ranting about Satan — but he went after her, the woman and her husband told The Post on Tuesday.

              “He was targeting me or something” and ranting “about the devil, about … a whole bunch of stuff that you don’t even want to hear at five o’clock in the morning,” Gomes recounted as she walked with her husband, wearing sunglasses to cover her badly wounded right eye, to Queens court for a grand-jury hearing in the case.
              Gomes was trying to avoid her attacker but he targeted her.Gabriella Bass
              “This guy kill his grandmother at 14 years old. He injured so many people. Why is he on the street?” the injured woman said. “That’s what we trying to find out.”

              Gomes’s husband, Clement Tucker, 41, said, “It’s crazy — she’s going to lose her sight if she doesn’t get some help real soon.

              Man viciously assaults woman at subway stop after ignoring him: cops
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              “Her pupil was outside her eye. Her eye!

              “We’re trying to get her eyesight back.”
              Gomes, pictured on her way to court with her husband, demanded to know where all the police were when she was attacked.Gabriella BassGomes said she can’t see anything out of her right eye following the attack.Gabriella Bass
              Tucker said his wife attempted to dodge any confrontation at the time, to no avail.
              “Honestly, being a New Yorker, we hear these things all the time. We try to avoid it, you know?” Tucker said. “And it’s just so sad that even though we try to avoid it, these things still happen to us. I still can’t put that day together. I don’t even know.

              “She was trying to stay away, get some distance. He seemed like he was just targeting her.”

              In an earlier interview with ABC 7, an exasperated Gomes questioned why there were no police at the station for one of the nation’s busiest airports.
              Gomes had gotten off the A train and was on her way to Kennedy Airport where she works as a security guard.
              “Every day is an incident in the subway,” she told the outlet. “What happened to all these police officer [sic] they said they will have there to protect us? There’s like nobody to be found. I don’t understand.”

              One man had tried to come to Gomes’ aid during the attack but was scared off by the menacing brute, the footage showed.

              Foster was charged with assault and held without bail.

              The suspect had beaten his 82-year-old foster grandmother to death in an argument over money in 1995 when he was just 14, sources previously told The Post.
              The attack sent her to Jamaica Hospital with a serious eye injury.
              In 2010, he also stabbed a woman in the face at a mental institution and has also been arrested for assaulting a woman with a screwdriver, criminal mischief, robbery and larceny, law-enforcement sources said.

              He was on parole at the time of last week’s attack.

              Gomes lamented to The Post that since her assault, “Every day, I wake up with these numerous headaches.

              “I don’t even know if I sleep. I don’t even know,” she said.
              A witness tried to come to Gomes’ aid but was scared off.
              Her husband added, “She keep crying out in her sleep, ‘Help! Help!’

              “Her life is messed up right now.”

              The chilling incident came as NYPD shows that straphangers are 42% more likely to be victims of violent crime now than before the pandemic started. There were 2.14 crimes per million riders last month compared to 1.5 crimes per million riders in August of 2019.

              Police officials last week touted lower overall crime numbers in the system without taking into consideration the lower ridership caused by COVID-19 — and blamed the media for the perception that crime on the rails was on the ride.
              That’s mentally ill person.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by megas30 View Post

                That’s mentally ill person.
                Yep, and he should have been locked away given his history of violent felonies to include murder and attempted murder. Not sure why democrat mayors/prosecutors/governors would allow him back on the streets.

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                • #9
                  I wonder if she votes for soft on crime politicians and judges.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Stan Love View Post
                    I wonder if she votes for soft on crime politicians and judges.
                    That should be an added wrinkle to these type of news stories now. Ask the victim who they voted for in the last mayoral and gubernatorial election.
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