A Man with a “medium complexion” arrested for anti-Asian hate crime in NYC


Black man slash of Asian man a reflection of white supremacy

On February 3, when a 61-year-old Filipino-American man was attacked on a crowded subway car as he headed to work. A black man repeatedly kicked the victim’s tote bag, then allegedly slashed his face from ear to ear with a box cutter…

In response to the knife assault, anti-racism activists in New York held a rally against white supremacy, demanding justice for the victim.


…described by NYPD as 6’1″, 200 pounds, with a medium complexion, slim build and black hair.

Asian-American woman attacked in possible hate crime while ON THE WAY TO A PROTEST against anti-Asian violence

An Asian-American woman in New York City was traveling to a protest against anti-Asian violence when she became the victim of such crime – a man allegedly assaulted her on the street for no apparent reason other than her race.

The 37-year-old woman was walking in lower Manhattan near midday on Sunday, on her way to a Columbus Park rally against anti-Asian hate crimes, when a man took her sign and tried to put it in a garbage can, police said. He then stomped on the sign. When the woman asked him why he did it, he allegedly punched her in the face twice with a closed fist.


White supremacy and hate are haunting Asian Americans …


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The alleged attacker fled into a subway station at Astor Place. He was described by police as 6’1″, 200 pounds, with a medium complexion, slim build and black hair. New York City’s Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the case.

Parts of the US – the San Francisco Bay Area and New York, in particular – have seen a wave of unprovoked attacks on people of Asian descent in recent months. New York City reportedly had 28 racially motivated attacks on Asians last year, up from just two in 2019.

One of this year’s ugliest incidents in New York occurred on February 3, when a 61-year-old Filipino-American man was attacked on a crowded subway car as he headed to work. A black man repeatedly kicked the victim’s tote bag, then allegedly slashed his face from ear to ear with a box cutter after he complained. The Asian man had to seek help on his own, as none of the bystanders assisted him or called for an ambulance, and he received about 100 stitches to close his wound.

In response to the knife assault, anti-racism activists in New York held a rally against white supremacy, demanding justice for the victim.

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Black man slash of Asian man a reflection of white supremacy

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When police issued a “description” of the attacker, he was identified as “wearing a black mask with a Louis Vuitton log and a black North Face coat. That was it. No physical description. Why? Political correctness.

The NYPD conveniently left out an important detail.

The suspect had black skin and an afro. Kind of important to know, right?

But in 2021, that is no longer allowed; to do otherwise would be exercising white privilege, being systemically racist…you know, one of those buzzwords.

Police had clear video surveillance footage of the suspect, yet failed to put it out?

Why? Simple…it would have been politically incorrect, and probably in violation of some type of policy drafted by social justice warriors.

However by not issuing a description, the victim—Mr. Quintana—was given a grave disservice.

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