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NYC Subway Slay Is Latest Sad Proof That Working from Home Is Safer

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NYC Subway Slay Is Latest Sad Proof That Working from Home Is Safer

New York Post May 23, 2022
Policing & Public SafetyAll
Urban PolicyNYC

New York residents are better off working at home, as subway crimes continues to increase and kill innocent people.

So now everyone at Goldman Sachs knows that a colleague, 48-year-old Daniel Enriquez, was shot by a stranger at point-blank range riding the subway Sunday to mid-morning brunch, dying in the Q train car. 

How do you think that’s going to work out for getting bankers and other professionals back into Manhattan? 

There have been 18 victims of subway homicide since March 2020, each one a preventable tragedy. And each one a message to the rest of New York that it’s unsafe to ride the rails.

Traveling across the Manhattan Bridge from affluent Park Slope to affluent Manhattan, Enriquez was minding his business on a ho-hum ride. Then a person on the train car, pacing up and down, picked him.

Continue reading the entire piece here at the New York Post

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Nicole Gelinas is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor at City Journal. Follow her on Twitter here.

Photo by SbytovaMN/iStock

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