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New Yorkers left on edge as random ‘sucker-punch’ assaults known as the ‘knock out game’ increase

In March, a 68-year-old man was left bloodied in a racially motivated attack on the subway

‘We Are Now A Lawless City’

By JAMES GORDON

FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

A series of attacks on random strangers is putting New Yorkers on edge.

Although assaults were commonplace in the 1980s, a crackdown on the crooks saw crime levels drop making neighborhoods that were previously known as no-go areas, safe to walk around, even at night.

But now, there are fears the city is returning to the bad old days.

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Random assaults on strangers put New Yorkers on edge with attacks increasing even in broad daylight  | Daily Mail Online

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