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(MSN News, January 4, 2018,

January 4, 2017, 5:45pm.  About Me.  When I saw the above headline about single-punch, I of course thought about my grandson Wesley, and his wife Kolliesha.  Their circumstances changed overnight.

When I spoke with Wesley, and also Kolliesha,Tuesday night, everything was going well for them.  Wesley expressed to me that he was hopeful that they would be able to stay long term in the room in the shelter they’d been living in for the past several weeks.

Yesterday morning, high drama—Wesley and Kolliesha had a fight, a physical fight.  Kolliesha said something to Wesley, what I cannot remember, which led to an argument and escalated.  Wesley was arrested for domestic violence.  Later I spoke with Kolliesha, they both have to move.  Kolliesha told me Wesley kicked her and punched her in her face.  She is moving to a shelter for victims of domestic violence.  Wesley is in jail, however I know beyond any doubt that he too is a victim.

Wesley telephoned me six times yesterday, twice when he was at the police precinct.

The second time Wesley called me when he was at the police precinct he asked me to call Kolliesha and ask her to make an appointment for him to get a refill of his medication, schizophrenic bi-polar medication. I telephoned Kolliesha yesterday afernoon and related to her what Wesley had asked.  Later  last night when I spoke with Kolliesha she told me she spoke with Wesley and he asked her to ask me to give her the message, and I told Kolliesha I had already told her what Wesley asked, if she could make an appointment for him for his medication, and I asked her why couldn’t Wesley ask her directly when he called her and that’s when I realized, somebody had told Wesley to ask me to ask Kolliesha to make an appointment for his schizophrenia bi-polar medication and somebody had told Kolliesha to ask me what did Wesley ask me to tell her.  (This sounds really crazy but even so I must document this craziness, for the LEGAL CASE.)   Wesley is very angry and I think Kolliesha at times unwittingly provokes him.  When Wesley telephoned me yesterday morning, four times he called me, sirens were blaring outside on Atlantic Avenue, and later last night, the alarm in the hall/stairwell was blaring for a minute or two, which, because it’s so loud and so screeching, seemed even longer.  Last night while I was praying to Jehovah God, including a prayer for Wesley and Kolliesha, sirens blared outside.

Yesterday during conversation on the telephone with Kolliesha after Wesley was arrested, Kolliesha told me that another woman had an order of protection against Wesley; she accused Wesley of trying to steal her cell phone in a public bathroom.  I remember when I met with Wesley and Kolliesha at Panera restaurant on Adams Street, Wesley told me something or other about an encounter he had with a woman in a public bathroom which I thought was very coincidental because a man was in Marriott Marquis bathroom when I had to go to the bathroom while making an important message from me announcement to theatergoers on line (in the Mormon Church of Satan Marriott Marquis outdoor corridor with the huge Margaritaville advertisement) to see the Mormon Church of Satan Hamilton musical—someone was pressing an easy button laser beam device, causing severe cramps in my stomach, and diarrhea.

A man was sitting with a woman in Marriott Marquis Ladies Room, the two of them both staring at themselves in the mirror. Maybe they were applying makeup, I don’t know.  When I came out of the toilet stall an older black woman my age was standing at the sink, another older black woman my age was standing in the hall across the floor from the bathroom, another older black woman my age was seated in one of the chairs.

The woman in the men’s bathroom accused Wesley of attacking her.  The woman has a restraining order from a court of law.  Kolliesha told me she does not believe Wesley attacked the woman or tried to take her phone.  Wesley and Kolliesha are being manipulated.  I do not know if Mormon scriptwriters plan to execute a script starring Wesley in the role of domestic violence murderer, or victim, or they two murdering each other.  I continue to document the fact that Wesley is the primary plaintiff in a legal case against Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorganChase, Citi, Universal Music,  Verizon and other corporations including the Mormon Church of Satan.  Kolliesha is a primary plaintiff.  cc all Mormon barristers

Subway murder
(New York Daily News, January 4, 2018,

[When I saw this one ear bear I thought about Wesley’s teddy bear.  Leandra cut off one of Wesley’s teddy bear’s ears
(notice, too, Mormon Church of Satan signature palm trees):]

Jacinto Suarez, 65, (r.) died Wednesday, Jan 3, 2018 after allegedly being sucker-punched onto the R-line subway tracks in Brooklyn by 18-year-old Edward Cordero (l).

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A mentally ill teen off his meds and ranting about God, the devil and the constant battle between good and evil sucker-punched an innocent straphanger Wednesday, sending the victim tumbling from a Brooklyn subway platform onto the tracks.

Jacinto Suarez, 65, landed on the R-line tracks at the Jay St./Metro Tech station at 2:35 p.m.

Suarez wasn’t hit by a train. And it wasn’t clear whether he climbed back up on the platform or if onlookers helped him. But the grandfather’s initial story of survival took a tragic turn as medics treated him.

He had a massive heart attack on the platform and died at Brooklyn Hospital.

Man struck in the head by oncoming subway train at Penn Station

“My dad don’t bother nobody,” the victim’as daughter, Tylenea Gonzalez, 34, told the Daily News. “My dad don’t bother nobody. I don’t know why anybody would do that to him. He went, he came home. I’m not gonna have him here anymore.”

Suarez had 10 children and 13 grandchildren.

“He’s a pain in the butt,” Gonzalez said of her dad from their Staten Island home, breaking down in tears. “But he’s a sweetheart. He helped me with my kids when I was working.”

Another one of Suarez’s daughters, who refused to give her name, was furious.

“What you gonna push an old man for?” she asked.

Suarez was on his way home from inquiring about his Social Security benefits when he was attacked.

“Whoever did whatever they did, I just want to get justice,” Gonzalez said. “That’s it.”

The subway horror sparked panic among dozens of straphangers who were on the platform.

“Everybody was screaming and we started to run,” said Jai Epperson, 22. “It could have been me.”

“In New York City it’s crazy,” he said. “I’m scared for my life.”

Edward Cordero, 18, was mumbling to himself when he walked up to Suarez, police said.

The R train platform at Jay Street/Metro Tech where a teen allegedly sucker-punched an older man onto the tracks on Wednesday. (Derek Reed/New York Daily News) “He approached the 65-year-old man, and the male tells him to get away,” NYPD Assistant Chief Vincent Coogan told reporters. “The suspect walks away, then turned back and punched him.”

Coogan didn’t know how Suarez got back onto the platform but believed “good Samaritans helped him,” he said.

Shocked straphangers grabbed a cop at the station, who arrested Cordero.

The Brownsville teen’s family said he’d long terrorized them — and recently stopped taking medicine for bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.

“He was supposed to be on three different medications but he’s run out and refuses to get more,” Cordero’s sister, Daribel Lugones, told The News in a tear-filled interview.

“He doesn’t go to school. He attacks members of our family.”

On Tuesday, Cordero cut Lugones with a Christmas ornament and slammed her cat, she said.

“He was here last night. He was screaming ‘The devil is alive’ all night long,” she recalled at their mother’s apartment in the Ocean Hill Houses.

Police sources said Cordero was rambling about God, heaven and hell and good versus evil when he attacked Suarez.

“This wasn’t part of a robbery or anything,” a police source said.

“He just went off and the victim happened to be there.”

Cordero also goes by Andrew Cortez — a name he heard in a movie, Lugones, 23, said.

“He’s paranoid. He’s very secretive. He believes he’s somebody famous,” she explained.

Cops took Cordero to a transit police station for questioning. He was expected to be taken to Bellevue Hospital for a psychiatric exam, police said.

Police tape blocks an entrance to the R train platform Wednesday at Jay Street/Metro Tech where a young man allegedly pushed an older man onto the tracks. (Jefferson Siegel/New York Daily News)

It wouldn’t be his first visit to the hospital.

“They had him in Bellevue and they released him without our consent,” Lugones said.

Charges were pending against Cordero. If an autopsy determines that Suarez’s heart attack was caused by the assault, he could face a murder charge.

Cordero called his grandmother while in custody, insisted Suarez was the aggressor — and ranted more about the devil, Lugones said.

Witnesses saw Cordero try to grab something from the older man before he hit him.

“He was trying to take something from him, then he pushed him,” said Pauly Johnson-Medina, 21.

Cordero was arrested for a purse snatching in September, but Judge Rachel Freier ordered his release. Since then, the teen was arrested twice under his alias for turnstile jumping in Manhattan.

Trains on the R line bypassed Jay St. for hours as police investigated Suarez’s death.

On the same date 19 years ago, an eerily similar scene played out in Manhattan when Kendra Webdale was pushed to her death as she waited for an N train.

Her attacker, Andrew Goldstein, was diagnosed with schizophrenia and was off his medication.

DJ Jaffe, the Executive Director of Mental Illness Policy Org. was involved with the creation of Kendra’s Law, which allows judges to order the mentally ill with violent backgrounds to get treatment.

“New York should enact ‘need for treatment’ and ‘grave disability’ commitment standards as most other states have done. And the state should declare a moratorium on closing psychiatric hospitals because there is no other place for patients to go,” Jaffe said.

For the Suarez and Cordero families, it is too late.

“I don’t know what to say to that poor man’s family. If it were our grandfather I’d be lost. I’m sorry for that man’s family. I can only send our condolences,” Lugones said.

“I hope they keep him in Bellevue,” she said of her younger brother. “That’s the end for him.”

(New York Daily News, January 4, 2018,, emphasis added)

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