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Search Is Now Underway For NYC Shooter/Bomber; Police Share Details On Suspect’s Appearance

Today there was mayhem and violence inside the NYC subway in Brooklyn.

Which one could say is expected given the lack of police presence in the city over the last several years due in large part to the defund police movement that has led to spikes in crime rates in New York City and other large cities across the United States.

Should be common sense that making such a move is a really bad idea, but liberals don’t have a fully functional brain cell in their collective skulls.


The New York Post reported that at least 16 people were injured, including 10 who were shot when a suspect set off a smoke grenade and opened fire on a Brooklyn subway train during Tuesday morning rush hour, the NYPD and law enforcement sources went on to tell The Post.

The gunman — who might have been wearing a disguise to appear as an MTA construction worker and wearing a gas mask — launched his assault around 8:30 a.m. on a Manhattan-bound N train at the 36th Street station in Sunset Park, where authorities later discovered several undetonated devices, FDNY and police said.

The suspect is believed to have set off the smoke grenade just a few moments before firing off a barrage of bullets, police sources told The Post.

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Cops and sources said at least five people were shot in the third car of the train and others were injured by smoke inhalation. A pregnant woman was among those hospitalized, sources said.

The suspect managed to escape, but they have a good description of him.

He’s a black male, 5’5, and was wearing a construction vest.


You can watch the video below:


Let’s hope authorities can find the suspect and figure out why he did this.

There’s all kinds of reasons that exist which might shed a little light on the motive the man may have had for carrying out this heinous attack. What’s worse is that the lack of police, along with strict gun laws in NYC have left huge swaths of their population unequipped for such situations as this.

This story syndicated with permission from Wayne Dupree

This story syndicated with permission from Chad Prather