Gov. Cuomo Lawyer Shot In Head Because: “The West Indian Day Parade Has Always Been A Problem”

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Celebrating and Demonstrating A Culture of Third-World Savagery in the Streets of NYC

More failures of Western Immigration policy. In many instances their grandparents came here 60+ years ago (or more) and they are now generationally mired in crime, violence, ignorance and poverty, but mostly violence.

A lawyer who works for Gov. Cuomo was critically wounded when a gunman began “spraying” into a crowd of revelers on a Brooklyn street hours before the start of the West Indian Day Parade, the victim’s devastated brother said.

Carey Gabay, 43, the first deputy general counsel at Empire State Development, was shot in the head on Bedford Ave. and Sullivan Pl. in Crown Heights about 3:41 a.m. Monday while attempting to take cover from the gunfire with his brother, police sources said.

He was on life support at Kings County Hospital where doctors were preparing to harvest his organs Monday afternoon, a high-ranking police source said.

A family spokesman said doctors were doing additional testing on Gabay.

“He was caught in gunfire that he had nothing to do with. And there is nothing we can do, nothing the doctors can do, but pray,” Gov. Cuomo said after visiting Gabay’s bedside. “It is a personal, painful reminder of gun violence. And it has to stop. It just has to stop.”

Cuomo was deeply troubled by the tragedy.

“It is so painful, so unnecessary, so sad,” he said before marching in the parade.

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