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Fatal knifings at Christopher St. subway station came within inches of empty booth


Harry

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MTA budget cuts may have robbed cops of a good description of the subway killer.

 

The slasher and a group of other young men fleeing the Christopher St. station came within inches of a token booth that was shuttered last September.

 

The only way out of the southbound side of the station is through a small bank of turnstiles directly in front of the booth, R126.

 

Yesterday, a police flyer seeking witnesses was taped to the glass.

 

"Somebody could have seen them and called, but no - nobody was there," said Niqua Woods, who was on the No. (2) train when three of her friends were stabbed, two fatally.

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/ny_crime/2010/03/30/2010-03-30_no_station_agents_at_site_of_fatal_knifings.html#ixzz0jf8MHdVh

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If there was a person there, suspects would all ready be in custody.

 

- A

 

How so? If it happened on the train, the chances of a good ID from someone in the booth is very slim.

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