Suspect being questioned in deadly New York subway push
NEW YORK (AP) - Police questioned a suspect on Tuesday in the death of a New Yorker who was pushed onto the tracks and photographed just before a train hit him - an image that drew virulent criticism after it appeared on the front page of the New York Post.
Investigators recovered security video showing a man fitting the description of the assailant working with street vendors near Rockefeller Centre, New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne said.
Witnesses told investigators they saw the suspect talking to himself on Monday afternoon before he approached Ki-Suck Han at the Times Square station, got into an altercation with him and pushed him into the train's path.
Police took the man into custody on Tuesday, but he hasn't yet been charged.