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Disturbing Video Captures Assault on Asian Man at NYC Subway Station




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A disturbing video has emerged, capturing a violent incident that took place at Fulton Street Station in Manhattan, New York City, Your Content has learned.

In the video, a group of men can be seen restraining and repeatedly punching an Asian man. The incident occurred on Friday night and has prompted an investigation by the New York Police Department (NYPD).

The video footage shows one individual restraining the Asian man while two others take turns punching him.

The force of one punch is so severe that it causes the victim’s body to go limp. The motive behind the attack remains unclear at this time.

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Various claims have circulated on posters and social media regarding the possible reason for the assault. Some individuals suggest that the victim may have targeted a girl on the train, which is speculated to be the motive behind the attack.

However, these claims have not been substantiated and are part of ongoing investigations by the authorities.

The NYPD is actively looking into the incident, analyzing the video evidence and gathering additional information to determine the circumstances leading up to the assault.

As of now, no official conclusions have been made, and the investigation is still ongoing, according to The Daily Mail.

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