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Old 10-31-2011, 11:49 AM
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NEW YORK (WABC) -- A woman was critically wounded when a shopping cart dropped on her in East Harlem.

The 47-year-old woman was walking with a young boy outside the East River Plaza shopping complex when a group of teenagers apparently pushed a red Target cart down from an elevated walkway to a parking ramp.

Two boys were charged as juveniles after pushing the shopping cart off the fourth floor. The woman was struck on East 116th Street and Pleasant Avenue.

Police say the 12-year-old boys were charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon as juveniles. They will appear in Family Court.

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Old 10-31-2011, 05:14 PM
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Two 12-year-old punks were busted for critically injuring a woman after tossing a shopping cart off a parking garage in East Harlem, police sources said.

The boys shoved the cart from the fourth floor of the East River Plaza garage on 116th Street near FDR Drive, sending it right into Marion Hedges who was buying candy for a charity's block party.

Hedges, 47, a real estate agent at Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate, was with her 14-year-old son on the ground floor of the garage when she was suddenly hit. She also has a daughter.

She was rushed to Harlem Hospital, where she's in stable condition but remains unconscious.

The boys were charged as juveniles with assault and criminal possession of a weapon, police said. At a hearing today, the boys were remanded to the custody of the Administration for Children's Services. A Nov. 4 arraignment hearing date was set.

One of the boy's pals told cops about the prank and cops later arrested the duo and charged them with juvenile delinquency and criminal possession of a weapon, sources said.

The victim's son was not injured.

"They deliberately pushed it over the edge," a law-enforcement source told The Post.

"They're a bunch of stupid kids, they made a bad decision. She was in the wrong place at the wrong time," the source said.

According to a family friend, Hedges was shopping for candy at Costco for the Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center. Hedges has worked with charities 25 years and is helping at least six now.

"She is such a super, super nice person," the friend said.

Hedges husband, Michael is flying home from Spain, where he's head of emerging markets trading & structuring at Auriga Sociedad de Valoresworks, his father told The Post today.

When asked about Marion Hedges' condition, Michael Hedges Sr. said, "It's in God's hands now."

"It's so hard to tell," he added. "They have her sedated right now, she's unconscious. It's not quite clear what happened but I hear she has some broken bones and some cranial injuries -- there's some blood up there [he gestured to his head].

"They're letting us up two at a time and we can only stay for 5 minutes. You can't really see anything up there -- it's just her lying in a bed unconscious with 50 thousand tubes in her. She's stable, they're keeping her stable and her respiratory system is functioning."

Of the the boys who allegedly tossed the shopping cart, Hedges said, "They should have the book thrown at them."

He said his grandson is "holding up well -- he's a brave young man."

The family friend added, "I'll tell you, that is one tough kid. That little kid marched down to the police department this morning to give a statement. He's such a tough little kid"

"They're the nicest, kindest family," he added.

Prudential Douglas Elliman CEO Dottie Herman said in a statement Monday, "Our thoughts and prayers are with Marion and her family as we wish her a full and speedy recovery."

The boys face up to 18 months in a juvenile facility if convicted of first-degree assault.

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/m...#ixzz1cPMJdZeF

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Old 10-31-2011, 05:54 PM
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http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/10/...art-in-harlem/

2 Boys Arrested After Falling Shopping Cart Critically Injures Harlem Woman
October 31, 2011 6:46 PM

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – A bizarre incident that left a woman in critical condition in Harlem has resulted in the arrest of two 12-year-old boys.

Marion Salmon Hedges, 47, was walking with her 14-year-old son outside the Target store on East 116th Street in East Harlem Sunday night when the boys allegedly pushed the cart off a 4th floor walkway that connects the store to a parking garage.

Hedges was struck on the head by the falling cart.

“She carries a lot of responsibility with her — not only for her family and her professional life — but also for the number of not-for profits that she’s involved with,” a family friend told CBS 2′s Pablo Guzman, adding the woman’s son filed a criminal complaint with police Monday morning.

The two boys were arrested and charged with assault, and using the cart as a weapon.

Hedges, a broker at Prudential Douglas Elliman, was at the adjacent Costco buying candy for the Stanley Isaacs Center.

“It would be the kind of thing she would do because she’s very generous, she’s very caring,” said Wanda Wooten, of the center.

Because of the age of those allegedly responsible, the case is being handled by the child welfare agency.
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Old 11-01-2011, 11:37 AM
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Here is coonfirmation:

Two twelve year old black thugs waiting for a white female and her fourteen year old son to walk underneath them at a parking garage. Then they hurled a shopping cart at the mother and son. The woman is in critical condition.

The media is calling the attackers “youths,” a common media code word for “young black males.”

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A woman was clinging to life Sunday after a shopping cart — pushed off a ledge by a group of teens in East Harlem — plummeted four stories and landed on her head, cops and witnesses said.

The 47-year-old woman was with a young boy when the red cart dropped from a walkway that connects a Target store to a parking lot near E. 116th St. and Pleasant Ave. about 5:45 p.m., cops and witnesses said.

Moments before, Carlos Vargas, 35, said he spotted the young hooligans pushing the cart near the fourth-level parking lot.

“Their friend was trying to stop it, saying, ‘Don’t do it!’ ” Vargas recalled. “But they didn’t care.”

“Whatever happens, happens,” Vargas said one of the teens responded before they launched the cart from the overhead walkway.

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Old 11-04-2011, 06:05 AM
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Tossed cart hit philanthropist
By LARRY CELONA, HELEN FREUND and DAN MANGAN

Last Updated: 12:35 PM, November 1, 2011

Posted: 3:02 AM, November 1, 2011

A wealthy Manhattan real-estate agent buying Halloween goodies for underprivileged kids at an East Harlem mall was nearly killed by two 12-year-old punks who dropped a shopping cart on her from four stories above — then laughed about it later, police sources said yesterday.

Marion Salmon Hedges was with her 13-year-old son, who watched in horror as his mom fell to the ground in the East Harlem mall on Sunday.

“We heard a little boy just screaming,” recalled Susan Mahoney, who was at the mall with her doctor husband, Gaurav Patel, and 1-year-old son, Kieran.

“My husband saw [Hedges] on the ground, so he gave me Kieran and started checking her pulse.”

Patel, a resident at New York- Presbyterian Hospital, “was giving her CPR, and I realized that the screaming boy was her son, so I took him aside and helped call his grandma,’’ Mahoney said. “Gaurav said she was [in cardiac arrest] for about a minute. He did chest compressions, and she became responsive,” the wife said.

Hedges’ teary-eyed father-in-law, Michael Hedges Sr. — at Harlem Hospital, where she was in a medically induced coma — was asked yesterday whether she’ll recover and responded, “It’s in God’s hands now.

“It’s her just lying in bed unconscious with 50,000 tubes in her. She’s stable,” though, said the father-in-law, whose son Michael Jr., was en route from his top finance job in Spain last night.

As to the suspects, he seethed, “[The DA] should throw the book at them.’’

The pint-sized perps were smiling, telling jokes and laughing with each other after they were taken into custody, police sources told The Post.
At one point, suspect Raymond Hernandez of Harlem started crying like a baby — but clearly only because he got caught, not because he felt any remorse for leaving the victim near death, the sources added.

“They were just doing it for fun,’’ one source said of the horrendous cart-pushing stunt late Sunday afternoon outside the Costco on East 116h Street in Manhattan.

The boys had been part of a group of hooligans tossing Slushees over the 3¹/2-foot high railing of a parking-level walkway outside Target earlier in the day, cops said.

Hernandez and pal Jeovanni Rosario, also of Harlem, then allegedly moved on to shoving carts. The pair slammed one cart, and it got stuck on the railing, law-enforcement sources said.

A 14-year-old buddy urged the duo to give it up, but Hernandez was so determined to make sure it went over the edge that he allegedly pushed it again, and it went crashing down onto the 47-year-old mom-of-two as she stood at a kiosk to pay for parking outside Costco with her son, Dayton, the sources said.

They were nabbed after their friend told authorities what happened and police went building to building in their neighborhood looking for them.

Marion Hedges, a graduate of the elite Spence School and Barnard College, has been living with Dayton and daughter Elizabeth, 14, at a West 95th Street townhouse while her husband is abroad.

She works for Prudential Douglas Elliman, but is best known for volunteering for groups like the Junior League, which named her “Outstanding Volunteer” of 2006.

The two young suspects were charged in Family Court with assault as juveniles.

Friends of both boys’ families insisted they’re "good kids." I'd hate to see what determines a bad kid. Too bad, all they'll get if they throw the book at them is a lil time in juvie, then a free college education like the nigger kid that killed the guy with the rifle and a bunch of idiots crying how they were just kiddies and weren't responsible.
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Old 11-05-2011, 09:49 AM
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Mom, lawyers plead for the release of two 12-year-old boys in near-fatal cart-toss in East Harlem Target; but judge denies release
“He’s sorry, he’s sorry,” said the mother of one accused boy
By Melissa Grace And Corky Siemaszko
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

Saturday, November 5 2011, 1:35 AM

In tiny voices , the 12-year-olds accused of critically injuring a Manhattan mom by tossing a shopping cart from a walkway stated their names and ages Friday before a Family Court judge.

Looking very small in a room full of adults , the boys sat slumped in their chairs as their lawyers pleaded with a judge to spring them from custody and let them go home with their moms, who cried quietly in the courtroom.

“This is a tragedy,” said attorney Shahabuddeen Ally, who represents pint-sized Jeovanni R. “This act may have been sophomoric, but it was not intentional.”

Judge Susan Larabee was unmoved.

“Nothing has changed since I remanded them the first time,” she said. “I’m continuing the remand.”

While Jeovanni appeared lost in his own thoughts when Larabee made her ruling, his alleged accomplice, Raymond H., glanced over at his mother, who burst into tears.

Outside the courtroom, Jeovanni’s mom wailed in despair.

“He’s only 12 years old,” Rosemary Rosario cried. “He’s a good kid. I just need help. I am a single mom.”

Tears pouring down her face, Rosario said her heart goes out to the victim, Marion Salmon Hedges, and her family.

“He’s sorry, he’s sorry,” she said. “I hope she recuperates.”

There were no members of the Hedges family in the courtroom to take in the latest sad chapter in this New York tragedy.

They were at Harlem Hospital with the 47-year-old philanthropist, who was walking out of an East Harlem mall with Halloween candy for underprivileged kids Sunday when she fell victim to a sick stunt.

The Daily News reported Friday that the pedestrian walkway was privately owned, meaning the railing only had to be 42 inches high. City-owned walkways must have 8-foot fences over the walls. That would have made the near-deadly stunt almost impossible.

Jeovanni and Raymond, who were placed in the custody of the Administration for Children’s Services on Monday after they were each charged with assault in the first degree, were given a Nov. 18 trial date.

After five nights away from home, both boys looked nervous and apprehensive when they arrived in court Friday.

Raymond, dressed mostly in black, immediately locked eyes with his parents. Jeovanni, dressed mostly in blue and wearing droopy jeans, did not look at his mom.

“He wants to go home,” said Ally before the court proceeding. “That is our goal.”

Ally said his underage client, who neighbors in the Washington Houses described as the “baddest boy in the building,” had not been arrested before.

During the half-hour proceeding, Jeovanni nervously jiggled his right leg. Raymond put his head in his hands at one point. Their faces were blank slates.

“We have at least 10 witnesses,” Assistant Corporation Counsel Leah Schmelzer told the court, after asking that the boys remain in ACS custody.

Raymond’s lawyer, Sandeep Kandhari, asked the judge to “parole our client to his parents.”

Raymond has an almost perfect school attendance record, maintains a 96 average, and “has no history of running away,” the lawyer said.

“This is Raymond’s first arrest,” Kandhari said. “He understands that this is a very serious matter.”

Also, the lawyer added, Raymond lives in the Clinton Houses with both parents and one aunt is a retired NYPD officer.

Ally told the court Jeovanni wants to be a cop when he grows up. “We are asking the court to give Jeovanni a chance,” he said.

Then came a probation officer, who told the court Raymond had been suspended for rough-housing at school. He said Jeovanni also has a “history of suspensions” and that last year alone he has been absent 19 times and late 51 times.

Jeovanni has been “verbally disrespectful” and “completely rude” to his teachers, the officer said.
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Old 11-05-2011, 12:21 PM
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Unfortunately, this is just the same old story, in yet another of its apparently endless variations. It's the standard scenario, with all the elements in place:

1. Nonwhites perpetrate a vicious attack on a white person, not uncommonly someone who publicly sympathizes with the "plight" of the "underprivileged" race/ethnicity of the perpetrators.

2. A day of public outrage ensues.

3. Police brass confidently spout assurances that the youths were just "fooling around," didn't target the victim, and had no racial motive.

4. A "law enforcement spokesman" blabbers about how the victim "was in the wrong place at the wrong time," as if the entire incident was all just a freak accident.

5. Mouthpieces explain how the youths get good grades and are all-around swell guys.

6. A judge pretends, for appearance' sake, to take the case seriously.

7. The mothers of the youths weep in court and say they feel sorry for the victim.

The next step in the scenario won't occur for several weeks, but it is well known:

8. The youths are released with punishment of at most a stern lecture.

Actually, this case is unusual in one respect: the mouthpieces for the punks are apparently an Indian and a Muslim instead of the New York City default option.
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A wealthy Manhattan real-estate agent buying Halloween goodies for underprivileged kids at an East Harlem mall was nearly killed by two 12-year-old punks who dropped a shopping cart on her from four stories above — then laughed about it later, police sources said yesterday.

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Could a 12 year decern that people were walking below, and that they might injure some one or kill them ?

This White woman suffered horrific fratures and internal injuries is my guess.

Yet another example of Why Conogoids must live, shop, and congregate among their own, the 50 year experiment of protecting this race of savages against retribution has been nothing less than a one sided race war on Whites.

The regime media a cast of liars to keep facts from White America.
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Hedges was walking out of an East Harlem mall with Halloween candy for underprivileged kids when she was hurt on Oct. 30.
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http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/12/...ing-cart-toss/

Sentencing Delayed For Boy In Harlem Shopping Cart Toss
December 6, 2011 11:30 AM

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Sentencing has been delayed for a 13-year-old boy who admitted to throwing a shopping cart off the fourth floor of a parking garage that injured a woman below.

The boy was set to be sentenced today after he pleaded guilty on Nov. 18, but city lawyers said the boy had issues in school, terrorizing other kids and even hit his mother’s cat.

The boy is due back in court Dec. 19 after the judge has had time to review the case.

His attorney had planned to ask the judge to release the boy into his mother’s custody and sentence him to probation or participation in a community-based program.

The teen and a 12-year-old friend, who pleaded guilty on Nov. 23, have been held in a minimum security youth jail since the incident on Oct. 30.

The boys were accused of critically injuring 47-year-old Marion Hedges when they pushed the cart from the fourth-floor walkway outside a Target store in Harlem. Hedges is still hospitalized in serious condition.

The 12-year-old is still set to be sentenced Wednesday.

They face up to 18 months in juvenile detention, but could have their sentences extended indefinitely until they turn 18.
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