Asian woman who volunteered to help the homeless pushed to her death in New York subway by vagrant

The suspect had approached another woman before pushing Go to her death.

18/1/2022 3:17:00 PM

Asian woman who volunteered to help the homeless pushed to her death in New York subway by vagrant

The suspect had approached another woman before pushing Go to her death.

She died at the scene.further reported quoted New York Police Department Commissioner Keechant Sewell as saying,"This incident was unprovoked and the victim does not appear to have any interaction with the subject."The"He approaches her, he gets in her space. She gets ... very alarmed. She tries to move away from him and he gets close to her. And she feels he was about to physically push her onto the train."

TimesCoste-Weber added,"She had her back to this crazy person. She never saw anything."Go's passing sparked an outpouring of grief from both friends and family.New York Daily News.Cassidy also told CBS New York that what hurt the most was that Go had been trying to help those such as Martial.

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jealous much? United States has become an ugly democracy these past recent years. It’s greatness globally is now in a doldrum. The results of social problems in the US, racial discrimination, hatred, fake news on Asians especially Chinese. its black again n again. taking it out on minority minority. The country is a joke trying to push their form of governance to the world, while their people are dying needlessly daily.

Hmmmm....Singaporeans(iykyk) should know to be grateful to be born in a place like SG with the way y'all are acting. 👲 So it's BLM vs SAH now? Lol you people 😂 😭😭😭 She is Filipino Chinese mestizo Lucky we are not invited to the fake democracy meeting.... Rest in peace Michelle Alyssa Go.

Asian American woman pushed onto New York subway tracks 'never saw' her attacker, witness saysstraits_times Not as serious, but it’d be nice if they enforced the mask wearing as well. straits_times Bizaar title! Where's the subject? Literally no one pushed her if no one saw the push!! Inhumane New York Times editors!! straits_times Police have ruled out ethnicity related motivation yet the headline had to have a say otherwise.

Thank goodness in S’pore there are barriers along the track stations which is not so easy to push one off onto the tracks. S’pore learnt from the old subways to do the right thing Rest in peace lanjiao wth america This is what you get huh.?. This is what you get for helping people. - Dallas Winston 😓 BLM🙄

The perpetrator was American black again... Condolences... sumtime we tried 2 b mother teresa...endup gettin injured or killed I thought do good deeds will have good returns More importantly, CCP UFWD propagandists Rui Ma & other UFWD agents are using her death to morph into advancing CCP’s StopAsianHate false meme even though Ma admitted that the murder was not racially motivated StopAsianHate org’d a CCP rally around her death. She’s not Chinese

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sometimes i wonder why i bother contributing when all the good things/people are gone and the world gets worse Crazy trend in US! This is insane! Rest In Peace, Michelle. 😢 😡

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. Unprovoked attack Michelle Alyssa Go had been shoved from behind by a 61-year-old homeless man, Simon Martial , on the morning of Jan. 15, while she was waiting for the train at a station in Times Square. She died at the scene. Martial subsequently surrendered himself to the police and admitted to what he did. The further reported quoted New York Police Department Commissioner Keechant Sewell as saying,"This incident was unprovoked and the victim does not appear to have any interaction with the subject." Did not see the attacker running up to her The police also highlighted that just prior to attacking Go, Martial had approached another woman who was not Asian. However, this woman became alarmed and move away. The New York Daily News quoted Assistant Chief Jason Wilcox of the NYPD Detective Bureau as saying: "He approaches her, he gets in her space. She gets ... very alarmed. She tries to move away from him and he gets close to her. And she feels he was about to physically push her onto the train." The woman then witnessed Martial pushing Go in front of the train while she was walking away. Another woman who witnessed the attack, Maria Coste-Weber, gave the following description according to the Times : "He started running with both of his hands in front of him, like, tackling. But it was so fast, nobody realized what was going on before it was too late." Coste-Weber added,"She had her back to this crazy person. She never saw anything." When asked by reporters later at night on the same day, while being escorted from a police station in Manhattan to meet a judge, as to whether he had pushed Go, he replied:"Yeah because I’m God. Yes I did. I’m God, I can do it." Go had volunteered at a charity that focused on NYC's socioeconomic problems Go's passing sparked an outpouring of grief from both friends and family. She had volunteered at the New York Junior League, a charity focused on in New York City, for more than 10 years, according to New York Daily News. People she worked with while volunteering included seniors, recovering homeless people, immigrants, as well as children who were struggling academically within under-resourced elementary and middle schools, and their parents, according to the charity's President, Dayna Barlow Cassidy. Cassidy added,"Michelle will be missed by many friends. We call upon the city’s leadership to urgently address the lack of mental health and other supports for underserved communities." Cassidy also told CBS New York that what hurt the most was that Go had been trying to help those such as Martial. Asian-American community leaders say incident adds to their fear, even if incident is not racially-motivated Asian-American community leaders said that even if the incident on Jan. 15 was not racially motivated, it has added to a sense of fear among the community. The charter president of the Chinese-American Citizen’s Alliance of Greater New York, Wai Wah Chin, was quoted by the New York Post as saying: "This is horrifying. It’s a horrible attack on yet another one of our citizens. This has to stop." Meanwhile, the Vice-President of the Transport Workers Union Local 100, Canella Gomez, said that the operator of the train which hit Go had been taken to hospital for treatment. Calling for a plan to handle the city's homeless situation within the subway, she said: "No train operator comes to work expecting to have a passenger thrown in front of his or her train. This is the part of the job that no one is ever truly physically, mentally or emotionally prepared for." Follow and listen to our podcast here Top collage left photo via Linkedin, right screenshot via CBS New York YouTube If you like what you read, follow us on