The cabbie obliged the predatory left and allowed a black male outfitted in a Trayvon-style hoodie in his taxi.
Fawaz was an immigrant from Yemen, so you may as well apply the media's strategy and condemn them as racist, xenophobic, and Islamophobic.
Fawaz lost his life Monday when Unique Gray, 23, allegedly shot him near Malcolm X Boulevard in Brooklyn.
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Fawaz was found in the front seat of his car with multiple gunshot wounds to the neck and torso, police said. He was taken to Kings County Hospital Center where he was pronounced dead.
Investigators believe two passengers in Fawaz’s livery cab robbed him before the shooting, which then caused him to slam into Nairne’s parked car.
Spokesman Fernando Mateo called on Police Commissioner Bill Bratton to find an alternative to stop-and frisk.
“This controversial program had a huge impact on saving lives while affecting some that claimed discrimination. Now we have to deal with reality, protecting those few that claim discrimination has unleashed an armed assault on the working class in NYC. Thugs with guns are not being stopped before they commit a crime,” Mateo said in a statement. “If we ignore the truth more lives will be taken and someone must be held accountable. It seems like the voices of those that commit crimes are louder than the voices of their victims.”
Fawaz was a father of two young children and a native of Yemen. Police sources told CBS2 that he had an Uber sticker on his car, but had not worked for the company since March.
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