NYC MAN ADMITS to STALKING, STABBING Woman 40 Times in Apartment; Pleads Guilty to Murder

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A guy from New York City accepted a guilty plea to the charges of first-degree murder and burglary after the police investigated allegations that he followed a woman into her apartment in Chinatown, where he assaulted her and stabbed her more than forty times.

Alvin Bragg, the district attorney for Manhattan, issued a statement in which he said that Assamad Nash, who is 25 years old, will be “held accountable” for the brutal murder of Christina Yuna Lee, who was 35 years old, on February 13, 2022.

“Today Assamad Nash was held accountable for senselessly taking Christina Yuna Lee’s life after he followed her into her own home,” Bragg stated in his statement. “Ms. Yuna Lee’s family and loved ones were deprived of a daughter, sister, and friend,” according to his statement. “My thoughts are with her family and our community as they continue healing from this tragedy.”

In his confession, Nash admitted that he had followed Lee up to her walk-up apartment on the sixth floor before he “ran up beside her, pushed his way inside, and attempted to sexually assault her.”

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After hearing a lady yelling, the neighbors summoned the police to the flat where the woman was staying. When law authorities arrived at the flat in Manhattan, they saw Nash cowering under a mattress in the unit. Additionally, they discovered a bloodied kitchen knife hidden under the dresser. Both of these items were discovered by the police.

The woman, who was 35 years old, was discovered by the police in the toilet of the flat with “at least” forty stab wounds, including those on her neck and torso.

Her death was confirmed at the scene of the incident.

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In the aftermath of the incident, several prominent figures from the city and state, such as Mayor Eric Adams and Governor Kathy Hochul, condemned the murder as an assault on the Asian American community.

The suspected murderer, Nash, had a lengthy criminal history in the state of New Jersey and was on supervised release for three separate cases at the time of the alleged crime.


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