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New York EMT Accused Serial Rapist

New York EMT Accused Serial Rapist
New York EMT Accused Serial Rapist
The arrest of one of New York's finest has shaken up the Big Apple! Angus Pascall, an FDNY EMT, was arrested on July 21, 2010 and charged with at least five counts of armed sexual assault, which includes sodomy. It appears that when he's on the clock he saves lives, and on his personal time he ruins them.

Brooklyn neighbors can now breathe a sigh of relief, thanks to one of the victims, an 11 year old, who provided the police with this sketch.

The 11 year old victim says after returning from walking her dog, she was approached in her Brooklyn apartment building, on the elevator, and sodomized by Angus Pascall.

There was another break in the case when another victim came forward and provided police with a license plate number of her attacker, when she was raped.

Pascall was a paramedic, working in Canarsie, which is not to far from the Brownsville section of Brooklyn where he resides. This just so happens to be the same vicinity that all of the alleged sex crimes took place.

The string of alleged crimes began:

1. In 2001, in her Flatbush home, a 22 year old woman stated that the alleged suspect, Angus Pascall, entered her home armed with a gun and raped her.

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A Walk Through Brooklyn

A Walk Through Brooklyn
A Walk Through Brooklyn
A Walk Through Brooklyn by Rashaun J. Allen is a rare collection of poetry. I say that because rarely does an up and coming poet enlighten the senses of an individual the way that this author has done. The scope this poetic work examines issues of fatherlessness, death, love, sensuality, and pain. The audience that reads this book will get the opportunity to take a trip through the imagination and experience of a native Brooklynite by reading between the pages of this collection. It is not often that we (the readers) can divulge in reading the commentary on urban life from someone who has lived this experience, and can reflect on the joys, sorrows, and inconsistencies of life. Rashaun delivers the experiences of a young, educated, black man that overcame hurt and pain to discover the light the end of the tunnel. The misdirection, confusion, and ultimate success of this writer’s life are revealed after reading poem after, after poem, after poem. My personal favorites included in this collection of poetry are Tre Got a Problem, Ms. Africa, and My Crush. I look forward to reading more from this upcoming poet, but until then my appetite for delving into one black man’s psyche, and reading about a true urban experience has been satisfied after a taking A Walk Through Brooklyn.

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A Walk through brooklyn

A_Walk_Through_BrooklynA Walk Through Brooklyn by Rashaun J. Allen is a rare collection of poetry. I say that because rarely does an up and coming poet enlighten the senses of an individual the way that this author has done. The scope this poetic work examines issues of fatherlessness, death, love, sensuality, and pain. The audience that reads this book will get the opportunity to take a trip through the imagination and experience of a native Brooklynite by reading between the pages of this collection. It is not often that we (the readers) can divulge in reading the commentary on urban life from someone who has lived this experience, and can reflect on the joys, sorrows, and inconsistencies of life. Rashaun delivers the experiences of a young, educated, black man that overcame hurt and pain to discover the light the end of the tunnel. The misdirection, confusion, and ultimate success of this writer’s life are revealed after reading poem after, after poem, after poem. My personal favorites included in this collection of poetry are Tre Got a Problem, Ms. Africa, and My Crush. I look forward to reading more from this upcoming poet, but until then my appetite for delving into one black man’s psyche, and reading about a true urban experience has been satisfied after a taking A Walk Through Brooklyn.

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