It is not safe for the elderly in Southeast Queens with all the damn asshole hood rats running around. Just last week, hood rat Richard Springer sucker punched 69 year old Eve Gentillon, putting her in the hospital where she had to have brain surgery.
Now finally a 4 month old video with two hood rats, Mathew Smith, who sucker punched 64 year old Patrick Gorman and his hood rat lady Elena Makarova, is surfacing. Just as the video of Gentillion being hit was disturbing, this video of Gorman being hit is just as disturbing. This horrific act which killed 64 year old Patrick Gorman, took place in Briarwood at the intersection of Queens Blvd and Main St. Until the other day, the suspects were named.
What the fuck is wrong with these people.
Both Springer and Smith are the epitome of the vile ghetto hood rat creature.
From The Daily News:
“The video could have been released the last week in June or the first week in July,” said Bryan Gorman, the victim’s brother. “Between the time it happened and last week, it seemed like there really wasn’t much being done on it.”
The footage shows a man in a white T-shirt, who is suspected to be Mathew Smith, walking up behind Patrick Gorman on the corner of Queens Blvd. and Main St., just a block from the victim’s home, and knocking him to the ground with a single punch just after midnight on June 26.
Police sources said investigators believe Patrick Gorman bumped into the man’s girlfriend and said “I’m sorry, excuse me,” — only to be punched out by the boyfriend.
The assailant coolly walked away with a woman, who is suspected to be Elena Makarova, in tow as Gorman flailed on the ground, the video shows. Gorman suffered head trauma and died about nine hours later at Jamaica Hospital.
The city Medical Examiner concluded last week that Patrick Gorman died from a combination of the punch along with complications from a stroke and a contributing heart condition. His death was ruled a homicide.
An NYPD spokeswoman said detectives weren’t sure until the Medical Examiner issued its findings on Oct. 29 whether the punch or the pre-existing medical condition caused his death.
Cops then opened a homicide investigation, and sent out the video and a request for the public’s help on Tuesday.
Without the homicide ruling, the punch would have only been classified as a misdemeanor assault, the spokeswoman said.
Bryan Gorman, a Suffolk County accountant, said that after a meeting July 3, he hadn’t heard from detectives until last week when the Medical Examiner finalized the autopsy.
“It’s hard for me to say what the police should or shouldn’t have been doing,” he said.
The victim’s neighbors were dismayed by the delay in the release of the video.
“We need to know what’s happening and what to look for,” said Franklin Harris, 71. “The police should have released this video earlier. We need to keep these people off the street.”
“I was surprised it took so long. This happened in June — we’re in November now,” added neighbor Ted Latog, 72. “I talked to (Patrick Gorman) the night before. He seemed happy. He never expected this. We should know what’s going on here.”
Patrick Gorman, who lived alone and had no kids, relished going to baseball, basketball and hockey games. On the day of the assault, he had traveled to Baltimore to watch the Orioles play the Tampa Rays.