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Monday, June 24, 2024

Gruesome NYC Street Duel Ends in Fatal Stabbing of Wanted Murderer

'They were in the middle of the street, what brought the attention was that everybody was shooting with their cellphones...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) A video has recently emerged, revealing a shocking incident in which a man is fatally stabbed during a horrifying knife duel on a busy street in New York City.

The chilling fight unfolded on Friday when Nisean Graves, a 34-year-old homeless man, engaged in a deadly confrontation with an unidentified victim. Reports from the New York Post alleged that the victim was wanted for murder in Baltimore, adding a sinister layer to the already gruesome event.

Following his arrest, Graves was charged with murder by the New York Police Department and was subsequently held without bail in an appearance before a criminal court in Manhattan. Furthermore, the Baltimore Police Department confirmed that the victim was being sought in relation to the death of another homeless man in Maryland.

The shocking incident, witnessed by several bystanders and captured on video, left residents in disbelief. Joe Davis, a local security guard and witness, recounted the scene to PIX 11 News, stating, “They were in the middle of the street. What brought the attention was that everybody was shooting with their cellphones.” Davis also described the shock felt by onlookers due to the visible presence of blood.

The Post reported that the victim had no weapon but “threw a kick” at Graves. In response, Graves drew his knife and fatally stabbed the agitator in the chest, leaving him lying in the middle of the street.

The video footage, first obtained by the Post, shows law enforcement officials providing assistance to the victim while a large amount of blood stained the pavement.

The prosecution is being led by the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office, with prosecutor Emily Yonan telling the presiding judge that the case is supported by multiple witnesses, video evidence and the recovered weapon. Yonan also told the judge that Graves attempted to walk away from the scene, later lying to police officers about his identity.

The incident follows a wave of lawlessness and crimes across the city. In a recent case that gained national attention, a deranged homeless man, Jordan Neely, harassed subway riders, demanding food and making threats. Neely told passengers he was not afraid to die or go to jail for life before being subdued by Daniel Penny, a retired U.S. Marine, with the help of other passengers.

Penny was subsequently charged by the embattled Manhattan DA, Alvin Bragg, which sparked widespread condemnation from New Yorkers who perceive a rising tide of unfettered crime in the city.

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