New York doormen sacked for not helping Asian-American woman in violent stomping attack

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  • South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “New York doormen sacked for not helping Asian-American woman in violent stomping attack” – below is their description.

    Two workers at a New York apartment building have been fired for failing to help an Asian-American woman as she was being attacked near Times Square on March 29, 2021. Surveillance video showed that the doormen did not step outside and approach the woman until more than a minute after an attacker knocked her down, stomped on her head and then walked away.

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