Even though this video doesn’t have any gore in it (still looking for the one that does), the gore in which this incident resulted was reportedly so bad, the Subway conductor had to be treated for mental trauma. You need to break yourself in on Best Gore, buddy.
This happened on Monday December 3, 2012 at around 12:30 pm at the 49th Street Subway Station in Manhattan, New York. 58 year old Ki-Suck Han, citizen of Korea who lived in Elmhurst, Queens was pushed into an approaching southbound “Q” train and died as a result of sustained injuries.
30 year old Naeem Davis was caught on Tuesday at 49th Street and Seventh Avenue – near the station where he had murdered the man – after he was recognized by detectives who saw the cell phone video of the shove. He was known around the area as a panhandler and used to have dreads but shaved them off.
According to witnesses, Naeem Davis was provoked by the victim. It doesn’t justify his murder, but if that’s true, then the Korean should have left the man alone.
Ki-Suck Han (love his name) was crushed between the platform and the train. I wonder if he span like a ballerina.
Props to Best Gore member Hawk for the video: