... good parking spaces are hard to come by,especially in a large metropolitan city like Manhattan.
"She hit first," said Oscar Fuller, 35, outside of the Manhattan Criminal Courthouse.
A grand jury on Monday indicted Fuller on one count of felony assault stemming from a parking dispute he had with Lana Rosas, 24, last month.
According to court documents, Fuller was looking for a parking spot in Manhattan on February 25 when he saw Rosas holding a spot for her boyfriend.
Police said an argument then ensued and Fuller punched Rosas so hard she fell into a coma and the man fled the scene
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This is typical of a media driven society that encourages all to worship inflated fiat currency controlled by European bankers that seek their new world order of Zion.
You'll see more of the same, Mammon is a blood drinking "god," and the media denies any responsibility for encouraging murderous materialism while all the while feeding the fires. Put a hammer through a television screen today, and you'll feel better about the whole thing, I promise.
the guy has anger issues and hits when upset....
Road rage is getting worse... Me, I create parking spaces with great success, so never have this problem.
Manhattan is notorious for a lack of parking....i can't imagine the Isle of Man having a parking problem..
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How to tackle a neighbor who parks the car in your car parking space?
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