Black man screams ‘I want all the White people dead’ during knife attack

New York, NY – Two teenage girls were brutally stabbed in New York’s famous Grand Central Station on Monday. For the crime, police arrested a 36-year-old Black man with 17 prior arrests who allegedly shouted, “I want all the White people dead” over the course of an allegedly anti-White attack.

According to reports, the incident began on Christmas morning when two teenage girls, ages 14 and 16, were visiting New York with their family from South America and ate at the Tartinery restaurant in Grand Central Terminal. Police believe the suspect, 36-year-old Steven Hutcherson, erupted in violence when he was advised by staff that he couldn’t sit next to the family. Hutcherson—who is Black—is then believed to have pulled out a knife and began stabbing the girls multiple times.

36-year-old Steven Hutcherson, a Black man classified as an “emotionally disturbed person” by the NYPD, would allegedly stab two White tourists from Paraguay on Christmas morning while shouting, “I want all the White people dead.” Photo: Freedom News.

“I want all the white people dead,” Police said Hutcherson shouted during his attack.

The victims, White people originally from Paraguay, miraculously survived the racially motivated attack and were taken to New York’s Bellvue Hospital for treatment. The 16-year-old was reportedly “stabbed in the back and suffered a collapsed lung.” The 14-year-old suffered a stab wound to the thigh.

Authorities have since charged Hutcherson with felony counts of attempted murder, assault, attempted assault., and endangering the welfare of a child. All of the charges are being considered as hate crimes.

Before the attack, Hutcherson had been arrested a whopping 17 times for various incidents throughout the years. In November, he threatened to shoot and kill a man in the Bronx, according to a criminal complaint brought against him. In October, he would be linked to a department store rampage which reportedly dealt $81,000 in damages. In other past incidents, he was charged with resisting arrest, menacing, harassment, assault, and other violent charges.

“I want all the white people dead.”

Steven Hutcherson

“I’m gonna shoot you. I don’t care what kind of green card the government gave you,” he said to a stranger, according to one of the complaints brought against him. “Open your mouth and say something. I will shoot you right now.”

According to the New York Post, police sources indicated that due to his history, Hutcherson was classified as an “emotionally disturbed person.” He is currently in custody until arraignment in Manhattan Criminal Court on Tuesday, but many have already questioned why, knowing his history, Hutcherson was allowed to roam the streets of the Big Apple in the first place.

“DAs are chopping all the charges down. Judges are letting him go,” a law enforcement source told the New York Post in a request for comment. “Now we’ve got two teenagers who were stabbed.”

The Tartinery Café and Bar at Grand Central Terminal became ground zero for an anti-White stabbing attack on two teenage tourists from Paraguay on Monday. The incident has left many wondering how the suspect, a Black man with 17 prior arrests, was allowed to walk free in the first place. Photo: Google Maps.

Hutcherson’s alleged racially motivated stabbing comes amid a widening gulf of other violent attacks, which have only intensified as anti-White rhetoric continues to be promoted throughout American institutions. When White homeless shelter worker Jon Romano was left permanently disfigured by a horrific sword attack in Albany, New York, it was later revealed that his attacker—a deranged Black man—was fueled by anti-White hatred.

When transgender mass shooter Audrey Hale gunned down six people, including three 9-year-old children at a Nashville Christian School, her political writings would eventually open a window into a world of racially motivated desires to murder White children. Her shooting spree would later spark a series of protests, coverups, and obfuscations to conceal the true motivations behind the attack. To this day, the bulk of her manifesto has yet to be released by authorities for fear of backlash against the homosexual community.

Still, examples of anti-White violence continue to resonate, with 2023 roving to be a particularly bloody year for White people across the globe. In April, a 6-year-old White girl and her father were both shot in Gastonia, North Carolina, by a Black man with multiple handguns, according to Police. The father, Jamie White, would later reveal to pro-White activists that the attack launched against him and his daughter was allegedly motivated by anti-White hate.

Despite these admissions, journalists from the Associated Press opted not to report on it and instead used the opportunity to advocate for increased gun control and compared the incident to the shooting of Ralph Yarl, a Black boy who was alleged to have attempted to break into the home of an elderly White man, Andrew Lester, around the same time.

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