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July 15, 2018 -- Reports say Kimani Stephen raped a woman and tossed her on to railroad tracks. 

The accused was found not guilty of attempted murder but faces 25 years for first degree assault and sex abuse. 

Fake feminists, as you might expect, are silent. Cultural Marxism imagines a rape culture that consists exclusively of white males. When sex crimes against women are committed by non-whites, fake feminists simply ignore them. Such misogyny doesn't exist in their make-believe paradigm. 

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A Manhattan jury on Thursday acquitted an attacker of attempted murder amid a sex assault — even though he hurled a terrified woman onto subway tracks.

After deliberating for two days, jurors told The Post that Kimani Stephenson wasn’t guilty of the top charge because the vicious act wasn’t premeditated but a crime of rage.

“There was no argument or proof that he had any intent in the moment to kill her,” said foreman Dmytro Zhuravystsky.

The jury did find Stephenson guilty of first-degree assault and sex abuse, for which he faces up to 25 years behind bars.

On April 14, 2017, Stephenson grabbed 23-year-old Bonnie Currie, groped her and threw her off an F-train platform at 14th Street, according to trial testimony.

Two strangers who had just entered the near-empty station lifted her to safety.

Currie, who underwent surgery for a broken wrist after the attack, said she still suffers chronic pain.


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