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Why Are Random Attacks on Public Figures Becoming More Common in Urban Areas?

Actor Steve Buscemi, known for his roles in films such as "Reservoir Dogs" and "Fargo," was the victim of a surprising and unprovoked attack while walking the streets of New York City last week. The 66-year-old actor was strolling through the Kips Bay neighborhood in broad daylight when an unknown assailant suddenly approached him and struck him in the face without any apparent reason or provocation.

According to a report by the New York Post, which broke the story, Buscemi suffered visible injuries from the assault, including swelling to his face and left eye. The severity of the attack prompted the actor to seek medical attention at Bellevue Hospital, where he received treatment for his wounds.

The incident has left many residents of the typically safe neighborhood shocked and concerned, as random acts of violence are relatively rare in the area. Police are actively investigating the case and searching for the suspect, who fled the scene immediately after the attack and remains at large.

Sources within the New York City Police Department confirmed to the NYPost that no arrests have been made in connection with the assault on Buscemi, and the motive behind the attack remains unclear. Authorities are urging anyone with information about the incident or the suspect's whereabouts to come forward and assist with the ongoing investigation.

The unprovoked attack on Steve Buscemi serves as a stark reminder that even celebrities are not immune to the dangers of random violence in urban environments. As the search for the perpetrator continues, the actor's fans and the public at large are hoping for a swift resolution to the case and wish Buscemi a speedy recovery from his injuries.

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Because the jig, is up, we know these people, are liars, could care less about the real people in

America. Can you send me a Check FJB for the 30,000 we lost in retirement?? otherwise, Kiss me butt. And I am being nice FY🤗


In my opinion, it's because Police are not able to be allowed to do their job.. Crime has escalated in our country since Biden took office. My neighborhood had 6 occurances in 2 weeks.. Fortunately in my city our Police officers are quick and efficient..

Love you guys..

From Deb in Tx

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