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Woke Policies Paved Way for NYC Woman’s Violent Murder

'Until the moment when Nash physically assaulted Lee, she would have been the criminal for calling the cops on him...'

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) A New York woman’s violent murder in her own home last Sunday may be directly attributable to the woke policies that criminalize the profiling of suspicious minorities, Frontpage Mag reported.

According to the report, Christina Lee, an Asian–American artist living in the city, was “senselessly murdered in her home” by Assamad Nash, a black criminal with an extensive rap sheet.

Nash followed Lee home and up her six flights of stairs, forced entry into her home and allegedly killed her before exiting the home covered in her blood.

Unfortunately, newly minted Democrat laws designed to relax the criminal justice system had the unintendend consequence of preventing Lee from calling the police when threatened by a historically marginalized minority.

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During the Black Lives Matter race riots, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law banning the “reporting a nonemergency incident involving a member of a protected class.”

As a result, calling the police on a person of color without “an imminent threat” legally shifts the blame from the perpetrator to the victim.

“Until the moment when Nash physically assaulted Lee, she would have been the criminal for calling the cops on him,” Frontpage wrote.

Much of the Big Apple’s crime problem began under Cuomo, ex-New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and ex-Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.

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But current leaders also seem loath to address it meaningfully, despite Mayor David Adams’s clear mandate to get tough on crime.

Newly elected Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, who was financed by billionaire globalist George Soros, has faced pushback after declaring his intention to prosecute only the most severe of crimes.

“This latest crime by Nash may be serious enough that Soros DA Alvin Bragg will feel moved to actually prosecute him and ask for actual jail time,” wrote Frontpage. “Maybe.”

Even activists from Lee’s own Asian–American community seemed to dance around the issue, suggesting that mental health and other factors may have been involved.

But it comes amid a rash of similar assaults in which homeless men, mostly black, have appeared to target members of the Asian–American community for random acts of senseless violence.

“Now, maybe this is a hate crime. Maybe this is not a hate crime. But it’s yet another Asian woman,” deflected State Sen. John Liu while mourning her loss.

Although Liu prides himself on his advocacy of the Asian–American community, however, he was one of the “co-sponsors of the bill that protected Nash from Lee,” Frontpage noted.

Headline USA’s Ben Sellers contributed to this report.

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