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Man In MAGA Hat Who Pushed An Immigrant Off Subway Platform Charged With Hate Crimes
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31 May 2018 02:15 AM EST

The New York man who was arrested for pushing an immigrant onto the subway tracks at Union Square Subway Station in New York City has been indicted with a hate crime. Willie Ames, while wearing a Make America Great Again hat and shirt, made derogatory statements about Mexican-Americans. According to the indictment, Ames dragged one of the men off the train by his clothing and struck him three times on the station platform. Ames then knocked the 26-year-old man onto the subway tracks. Manhattan district attorney Cy Vance announced Wednesday that Ames had been charged with attempted assault in the first and third degrees as hate crimes, assault in the second and third degrees as hate crimes, and aggravated harassment.


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