Suspect in N.Y.C. subway killing
A homeless man has been arrested and charged with murder for allegedly pushing a man
in front of a New York subway train.
Naeem Davis, 30, implicated himself in the crime after being taken into custody
and questioned by the New York Police Department on Tuesday, police spokesman Paul J. Browne tells the New York Times
The suspect's name and the charge were made public Wednesday after witnesses who saw Davis shove Ki-Suck Han, 58, in front of the train Monday afternoon identified him in a lineup, according to police.
Han attempted to climb back up onto the platform as the train approached, a moment captured
by freelance photographer R. Umar Abbasi.
The image covered the New York Post
Tuesday, sparking debate over journalistic ethics and, writes the Times
, raising "questions about how bystanders in the city can – and perhaps, should – behave in moments of crisis."