Elderly Man Pushed Off Bus By Woman He Told To Be “Nicer” Dies From Injuries

A 74-year-old man who was pushed off a Las Vegas bus by a woman he had told to “be nicer” has now died from the injuries he suffered when he hit the sidewalk, and the 25-year-old suspect has now been charged with his murder.

This is horrific. She acted intentionally in a way to harm him. That resulted in his death. I hope this woman feels the whole weight of the judicial system. She demonstrated that she lacks even minimal respect for life.

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And the bus driver closed the doors and drove off without rendering aid? Without calling 911? If they can’t charge the bus driver at the very least she should be fired.

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Too bad the other passengers didn’t run her over getting out of the bus to help the poor old man. Is there no compassion left?

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