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VIDEO: Group Stab and Beat Man Outside Corona Nightclub Last Week

The four suspects are wanted for beating a man outside a Corona nightclub last week (Photo: NYPD

April 29, 2022 By Michael Dorgan

Police released video footage Friday of a group of four men stabbing and beating an individual outside a Corona nightclub last week.

The video shows the group attacking a 46-year-old man outside El Pasillo, located at 37-69 103 St., on April 17 at around 3:45 a.m.

The four males had been denied entry to the premises and were arguing with security when the victim attempted to intervene in the dispute. However, the group then turned on the man, according to police.

When the video starts, the man appears to be on his hand and knees while two of the suspects are kicking him.

Another suspect then leans over the victim and stabs him three times before the fourth assailant hits him with a belt, according to police and the video footage.

The suspects then fled the scene on foot.

The victim was transported to NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst in critical condition. He suffered three stab wounds as well bruising to his face and body. His condition has since stabilized, police said.

No arrests have been made.

Anyone with information in regard to this incident is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782). The public can also submit their tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers website at WWW.NYPDCRIMESTOPPERS.COM, or on Twitter @NYPDTips.

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Javier

Do you know who Dreamers are, “JORGE”??
In case you didn’t, dreamers are people who want to come to this country to get a better education to create a better life for them. THESE 4 numbskulls obviously aren’t. Are you even a latino? You sound kind of bigoted with your constant belittling of other latinos without a clue. Just saying

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Jorge Colon

Well “Mr Latino Javier”??:
It’s amusing that your reply dives right into a matter of race, this card was not unexpected. It’s where one often goes when…

As for your content:
1) The term “Dreamer” is just a euphemism for one variety of illegal alien.
2) You state “…come to this country (for) education” No Javier, people outside of the US are not classified as “dreamers”. The “Dreamers” are already here. Many use the shelter of education as an excuse for why they shouldn’t be deported. These illegals attend all manor of schools at tax payers expense; not just college, but everything from A/C mechanics training, online GED classes, phony language schools etc..
3) Your implication that illegal alien “dreamers” are Latinos is at best inaccurate. There many “dreamers” from China, the Philippines, India, several African and European nations…
4) These four young criminals attacked, beat and stabbed a much older man! And yet you label them as merely “4 numbskulls”. When using this kind of apologetic term you lose credibility.

y yo tambien “Just saying”
Dreamers?

ps: to satisfy your curiosity I do not label myself as a “Latino” (whatever that means). I am an American, more specifically a US citizen, of Catano ancestry.

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