February 19 Recently, a 52-year-old Chinese woman in the United States was maliciously pushed down in Queens, New York, causing a coma on the spot.
Finally, after nearly five hours of rescue and about 10 stitches on her forehead, the situation stabilized. On the morning of the 18th, local time, the suspect was arrested at home. The police said that the two had a quarrel and physical conflict while queuing up, and the case was not a hate crime against Asians.
According to the World Daily, New York police said that Matteo, a 47-year-old suspect, was arrested at home on the morning of the 18th local time.
Police said Matteo was accused of intentional injury and harassment.
According to the victim’s children, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. local time on the 16th, his mother was pushed down by a man shouting about discrimination against Asians on the sidewalk, who fled on the spot.
Mother was pushed down and hit on the pole. After falling to the ground, she was unconscious. She was sent to the hospital for nearly five hours and sewn about 10 stitches on her forehead before the situation stabilized.
After the incident was exposed, it aroused public condemnation.
New York City lawmakers, Asian celebrities and others have made a voice, forwarding the information of wanted suspects released by the police, and on the other hand, condemning the recent violent crimes against Asians.