Caught on Camera: Babies in Their Carriage Kicked Aside in Hate Filled Incident

A mother pushing a stroller with two children inside came face to face with an enraged man in Crown Heights Monday. The events were caught on camera as the man kicks aside the stroller, hitting the mother.

by CrownHeights.info

A mother found herself in the center of a shocking incident Monday afternoon, when an enraged man kicked aside her stroller with her two children inside.

The incident occurred on Sterling St between New York and Brooklyn Ave just before 2:00pm.

The mother had been returning from picking up one of her children from play group, when a man, described as a black male wearing bright blue pants and a grey shirt, came to the front of her stroller. The man is reported as having told the mother to “get out of my way *expletive,* and babies.” He placed his foot on the front of the stroller, and shoved it into the mothers stomach.

The man then walked off as if nothing was done. The victims husband followed the man to a building on Kingston Ave, where he let himself in.

Crown Heights Shomrim and 911 were called, and a police report was filed, and the incident is being investigated.

Video of the incident was obtained by Crown Heights Shomrim.

16 Comments

  • 1. Hate crime. wrote:

    Yo Marinos from Seven One now U know where he lives so arrest the thug immediately. This is clearly a hate crime.

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  • 2. Crime? wrote:

    This was certainly dumb and disrespectful but what crime did he commit? Little chance of being convicted of anything.

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    • 4. What law? wrote:

      Umm. Assault?
      Is it legal in your world to 1. Shove a baby in carriage? 2. Into someone’s stomach?

    • 5. Anonymous wrote:

      Assault, reckless endangerment and I’m sure there’s a couple of extras. If the characters had been juxtaposed, this would be all over social media, with everyone screaming that it’s a hate crime, calling for his life!

  • 9. @ # 2 wrote:

    No disrespect but U must be a real dummy (or a Lib) not to recognize that this is an assault and battery and since he used foul language it is a Hate Crime.

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  • 10. Bais Rivkah wrote:

    Be careful people!
    Today, my daughter, on her way home from Bais Rivkah HS, with other girls, was shoved by someone (different) as well. Scary.

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  • 12. Attention #2 wrote:

    There was plenty of room to go around. Kicking two babies for no reason is not a hate crime?!?!?! What is wrong with you?

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  • 14. Josh wrote:

    Is there another camera along his route that might have a shot of his face that can be posted?

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  • 15. Gman wrote:

    About 24 years ago i was walking back with my wife from the laundromat on Albany just after Empire BLVD and two big and tall african americans kicked our laundry cart , it was done on purpose and they did have enough room.

    It was a long time ago however i remember that day very good.

    B”H i don’t live in CH any more

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  • 16. Gail wrote:

    If the races were reversed, there would be no questioning whether or not this is a hate crime. So, why are we questioning it now? Even if there wasn’t room for him to go around, he had no right to shove the carriage, with two babies inside, right into the woman. It was an assault.

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