Man in Critical Condition After Being Shot on NY Subway

NY subway shooting

A man was just shot in the head on the New York subway during an argument. This is after they brought in the National Guard and extra police last week to stop the chaos.

NYPD Chief Michael Kemper said a 36-year-old man being “aggressive” got into a verbal argument with a 32-year-old rider. The 36-year-old man pulled out a knife or razor and then a gun. The 32-year-old got the gun away from the man and “fired multiple shots.” Authorities took the original aggressor to the hospital, and he is in critical condition.

Police took the shooter, who would have been the victim, in for questioning, according to the New York Police Department.

During a news conference, Chief Kemper said they didn’t know if his actions would be considered self-defense.

The NYPD referred to the man who got shot as the “victim.” No, if he started it and brought the gun, that would make him a criminal. They took the actual victim away for questioning.

One video captures a woman on the subway floor, saying, “Where’s the NYPD, oh my God!”

Last week, 1000 additional National Guard troops and law enforcement were added to the subways on top of what was already there to prevent the out-of-control crime in New York.

If this is how it happened and they charge this guy, New York is toast.

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