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Sarah Jeong Racist Tweets Hire by New York Times – Colin Flaherty reviews and gives commentary on news with headlines “'He shot him point-blank': Teen high on PCP launches gun rampage killing a father-of-four Chinese missionary as he … MORE Sarah Jeong Racist Tweets Hire by New York Times – Colin Flaherty reviews and gives commentary on news with headlines “'He shot him point-blank': Teen high on PCP launches gun rampage killing a father-of-four Chinese missionary as he was going for a walk” and “Bay Area Teens Allegedly Run Over, Rob Asian Woman in Troubling Video” and “Man shoved onto subway tracks at Grand Central, suspect sought” and “Police A‌rr‌e‌st ‘Racist’ Woman Who R‌obb‌ed Filipina-Canadian Woman On Toronto Subway” By MARLENE LENTHANG PUBLISHED: 07:48 EDT, 3 August 2018 | UPDATED: 15:51 EDT, 3 August 2018A Christian missionary and father-of-four from China was fatally shot while visiting Missouri, just two days after he arrived in the US. Xindong Hao was shot to death by 18-year-old Curtail Hudson, who was high on PCP and randomly shooting at people in the area on Wednesday, cops say. In his high rampage Hudson got into a fight with a man and launched a shooting spree for two blocks around 7pm, fatally shooting Hao as he was walked by. Witnesses said that Hudson shot Hao in the side then hit him several times with the butt of his shotgun. Two other people were also wounded in Hudson's mad shooting spree, before he was arrested, including the man he fought with who suffered wounds in his neck and back. by Khier Casino August 1, 2018A short video of the hit-and-run was posted on Twitter on July 31 by joelil, who said that “three black teenagers” ran over the Asian woman’s leg and drove off with her purse on Alvarado-Niles Road. Another witness posted on Instagram that the Asian woman was blocking the car that the suspects were in and yelling “I need to call the cops.” The woman said the teenagers were acting “crazy” and the brand new car they drove off with may have belonged to her as well. Wednesday, August 01, 2018 11:23PMMANHATTAN (WABC) — Police are searching for a suspect who shoved a man onto the subway train tracks inside Grand Central Terminal Monday afternoon. The victim was standing on the platform waiting for the 6 train around 4 p.m. when another man believed to be in his late 20s shoved him onto the tracks. Authorities say it happened after the 47-year-old victim had inadvertently bumped into the suspect as he was walking up the stairs to the platform. “I don't understand how these people, they wanna kill, you know,” said the victim, Dai Kang. “He watched me, and I'm scared, and he said 'do you want to die?' I said I don't want to see your face, get out of here. I turned my back,” he said. That turned out to be a mistake. The man pushed Kang onto the tracks. LESS