A restaurant cook convicted of shoving a stranger into the side of an oncoming New York City subway train has been sentenced to 15 years in prison.
There has been a conviction in the case of a woman shoved into a moving subway train, WCBS 880’s Irene Cornell reported Friday.
It is apparently not smooth sailing for the jury deliberting in the trial of a man charged with shoving a woman into the side of a moving New York City subway train.
A prosecutor says a man committed a pointless crime by abruptly shoving a woman into the side of a moving New York City subway train. But defense lawyers say it was an accident.
An evening commute turned into a near death experience for a Manhattan woman. Witnesses said they saw a crazed straphanger push her into the side of a moving train.