Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Is he the only convicted murderer loose in NYC?

Woman, 33, fears she'll lose her eye after being thrown across JFK airport subway station by homeless convicted murderer as she made her way to work

  • Elizabeth Gomes was on her way to work at JFK airport at 5:15 a.m. on September 20 when she was attacked at the airport station
  • Waheed Foster, 41, tried to start a conversation with her but when she ignored him he followed her and launched a savage attack 
  • Foster, who was arrested for murdering his 82-year-old foster grandmother in a brutal beating at the age of 14, kicked and punched Gomes
  • One man tried to come to Gomes's aid, but Foster chased him away and resumed attacking Gomes: he was arrested as he tried to leave the station

A woman arriving at JFK airport for her job as a security guard fears she'll lose her sight in one eye after she was savagely beaten by a homeless career criminal at the airport subway station.

Elizabeth Gomes, 33, arrived at the Howard Beach station in Queens, New York City, at around 5:15am on September 20.

Waheed Foster, 41, tried to start a conversation, but when she ignored him he flung himself at her - dragging her to the ground then kicking and punching her.

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