The attack of a woman by an assailant who shouted anti-Asian statements while he stomped her head repeatedly was captured by surveillance footage outside an apartment building. The footage went viral and was broadcast on most major network morning shows. Footage also shows three witnesses inside the apartment building who made no attempt to intervene.
The suspect, identified as Brandon Elliot, 38, is on lifetime parole for having killed his mother in 2002. He was apprehended by NYPD with the help of tips from the public. Click on the picture for the full article.
DynaSec Protection cofounder Jon Leon Guerrero hosts a conversation with Spencer Coursen, founder of Coursen Security Group and author of The Safety Trap: A Security Expert's Secrets for Staying Safe in a Dangerous World and Shelley Klingerman, author of Vigilance: The Savvy Woman's Guide to Personal Safety, Self-Protection Measures and Countermeasures.
San Francisco, boasting many of the largest Asian communities in the country, has seen the rise in Asian hate incidents firsthand. This week in United Nations Plaza an alleged attacker was apprehended by a private patrol agent as he attempted to flee. Click on the picture below for the story.
A resident of the quaint and affluent suburb of Orinda found himself facing two home invasion robbers on a Sunday afternoon. In a town where neighborly visits and casual conversations are part of its easygoing charm and crime rates, especially for violent crime, are among the lowest in the state, residents are justifiably shocked.