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Bronx Man Faces Hate Crime Charges in NYC Stabbing

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A man in the Bronx faces hate crime charges of attempted murder and assault after allegedly stabbing two teenage girls at Grand Central Station while expressing a desire for “all white people dead.”

The incident occurred during the holiday, and the man targeted the victims from Paraguay.

The attack was preceded by a confrontation at a restaurant in the terminal, where the man made racially charged comments. (Trending: Democrat Targets U.S. Troops With New Gun Control Law)

“I don’t want to sit with the Black people,” said Steven Hutcherson aka Esteban Esono-Asue.

“I want to sit with the crackers,” he added.

The elder sister, aged 16, suffered a collapsed lung, and both victims were taken to Bellevue Hospital.

The man was swiftly arrested and has a history of prior arrests.

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