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A man was arrested after video captured him punching a year-old Asian woman in the face in New York City's Chinatown on Monday, authorities said. Alexander Wright, 48, of Manhattan, was charged with one count of assault as a hate crime, assault and criminal possession of a controlled substance in connection with the "unprovoked" attack, according to officials. The woman was walking down Bayard Street shortly after 6 p. ET when a man in the opposite direction randomly punched her in the face, causing her to fall to the ground, according to police and surveillance video that New York state Assemblymember Yuh-Line Niou posted on Twitter.

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Police said Brandon Elliot, 38, is the man seen on surveillance video kicking and stomping the woman near Times Square on Monday. The woman was attacked in front of an apartment building. Two lobby workers witnessed the violence but no one intervened or called , police said. Their union said Wednesday they told a union representative that they waited until the attacker left because he had a knife and then flagged down a police car.

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In broad daylight in Midtown Manhattan on Monday, a year-old woman was kicked to the ground and stomped on by a man who police say made "anti-Asian statements. Both attacks are being investigated as hate crimes — part of a disturbing trend of attacks against the Asian American community during the coronavirus pandemic. Police say the attack on the woman occurred at about a. Surveillance video shows an unidentified man violently kick the woman as she falls to the ground, before he continues to kick her several times.
Mason's email said. He did not identify the employees by name, and a spokeswoman did not specify the protocols that staff members had not followed. The attack last Monday on the woman, Vilma Kari, 65, video of which quickly went viral, was one of a wave of assaults over the past year that have caused mounting fear and anxiety among Asian-Americans in New York and across the country. The first video of the attack on Ms. Kari was 25 seconds long, and ended with the building staff members appearing to stand by passively while she was lying on the ground injured, with one of them moving only to close the door.