In broad daylight in Midtown Manhattan on Monday, a year-old woman was kicked to the ground and stomped on by a man who police say made "anti-Asian statements. Both attacks are being investigated as hate crimes — part of a disturbing trend of attacks against the Asian American community during the coronavirus pandemic. Police say the attack on the woman occurred at about a. Surveillance video shows an unidentified man violently kick the woman as she falls to the ground, before he continues to kick her several times. In the video, another person can be seen standing in the building's lobby watching but doing nothing to stop the attack or help the woman. The bystander then closes the front door, while the woman remains on the ground as the attacker casually walks away.
Two Asian women stabbed in "disgusting and horrific" San Francisco attack
Brandon Elliot, who killed his mother, arrested in brutal attack on Asian woman in NYC - CBS News
Video shows a man walk up to an Asian-American woman and sucker-punch her in broad daylight in the city's Chinatown neighborhood. The suspect has been arrested and charged with assault as a hate crime and other counts, CBS New York reports. Investigators say the suspect, Alexander Wright, was found with what looks like the drug K2. They believe the year-old lives in a homeless shelter. Video of the incident shows the suspect walking up to the year-old woman and punching her so hard she falls to the ground.
Man who killed his mother arrested in brutal attack on Asian woman in NYC
Stop AAPI Hate reported a total of 6, hate incidents, a broad term that can include hate crimes such as physical assaults but also incorporates verbal and online harassment, shunning, and civil rights violations. The data relies on incidents self-reported by victims and bystanders via the group's online web portal. Official hate crime, data which is collected by the FBI based on voluntary reporting from law enforcement agencies, has not yet been released for
Two Asian women were stabbed in San Francisco's Chinatown neighborhood Tuesday, one of whom is 85 years old. It was not immediately clear if the women were targeted because of their race. The affiliate has identified the year-old victim as Chui Fong Eng, whose grandson, Drew Eng, spoke exclusively to reporter Betty Yu.