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Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Homeless Gangs Stab Several Insde New York's Port Authority Bus Terminal

Tonight, a fight inside Port Authority Bus Terminal just hours before the New Year sent three people to the hospital with injuries and one person has "life-threatening injuries" from the fight which sent passersby inside the terminal scurrying into Terminal restrooms's to hide. 

The real scandal involving the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey is not whether some politically-appointed minions of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie decided to intentionally reduce ingress lanes from Fort Lee, NJ to the George Washington Bridge as some sort of political punishment. 

It isn't even the Port Authority's decision to give millions of dollars to a certain landlocked New Jersey city which has no known connection to the Port of New York or to any PANYNJ facility. (I've checked.)  Those millions of dollars, incidentally, were granted on the heels of one of several toll hikes on poor bridge and tunnel commuters.

No, the real scandal is the deteriorating environment inside the midtown Port Authority Bus Terminal.  This is something readers of this blog have known since I've been covering it since at least late 2010. 

Tonight, the latest violence inside the Terminal involved fights between "groups of homeless men" which sent at least three to the hospital with stab wounds.  One victim is described as having life-threatening injuries. This was mere hours before the ball drop in Times Square, and while thousands of commuters were disembarking from buses arriving at the terminal and presumably bringing in partygoers to enjoy the festivities.

What a great advertisement for Bill de Blasio's New York (he gets sworn in shortly as the new Mayor)!   

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