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Police Release Video of Cowardly Killer Who Shot Man at Point Blank Range in Far Rockaway

Police are looking for suspect who fatally shot a man execution style in Far Rockaway Saturday (NYPD)

March 31, 2022 By Christian Murray

Police have released video footage of man being shot in the head execution style in a cowardly act in Far Rockaway Saturday night.

The graphic video shows a man walk up along his victim at around 8:10 p.m. outside of 624 Grassmere Terrace and fire his gun at point blank range repeatedly. The victim was shot in the head and neck.

EMS responded and transported the man to St. John’s Episcopal Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Police have identified the victim as Peter Panthier, 26, of East New York, Brooklyn.

The suspect fled the location to parts unknown.

Anyone with information in regard to the whereabouts of the shooter is asked to call the NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline at 1-800-577-TIPS (8477) or for Spanish, 1-888-57-PISTA (74782).

Warning: This video contains images of graphic violence.

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Gabriel Espinosa

It’s NYC. With the societal destruction unleashed by deblasio and propagated by the progressive democrats currently in power, this has become an every day occurrence there. What NYC needs is another Giuliani. I don’t care about his personal failings. All I care about is that he cleaned up the city and made it safe again.

Minor crime in NY

If caught, he’s going to get just 10, max 15 years… NY goes easy on murderers… Thanks to the so called progressives.


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