DAILYKENN.com -- Some people have a problem with low impulse control. Some people have a problem with narcotics. Some people have a problem with white people.
We don't know what problems haunt Jamill Jones. The 35-year-old is in court after allegedly punching a middle-aged white man. The victim later died after falling to the pavement and, apparently, suffering a fatal head injury on impact.
Jamill is innocent until proven guilty.
Sandor Szabo, 35, was visiting New York City to attend his step-sister's wedding. Jones alleged reacted after Szabo tapped on his window, assuming Jones was an Uber driver.
Going forward, black Uber drivers may find it more difficult to earn cash due to racist white people who don't care to be sent to an early grave.
Szabo is a common Hungarian name; the equivalent of Taylor in English-speaking nations.
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An assistant basketball coach from Wake Forest University was arrested and charged in connection with the death of a Florida tourist who he allegedly punched in the face, sending him smashing into the pavement.
Jamill Jones, 35, was arrested on Thursday and charged with third-degree assault in the death of Sandor Szabo, 35, PEOPLE confirms.
Szabo, originally from Boca Raton, Florida, was in New York City for his stepsister’s wedding when he tried to hail an Uber back to his hotel on Sunday, according to WPEC.
He allegedly knocked on the SUV Jones was driving. The action spurred a “confrontation” between the two in which Jones allegedly punched Szabo in the face once, causing the tourist to fall on the pavement and hit his head, the New York Police Department confirmed to PEOPLE in a release on Thursday.
Jones fled the scene, and Szabo was taken to a nearby hospital in critical condition. He succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday, PEOPLE confirmed.
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