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USA Crime: ‘Why didn’t you say thank you?’ Man stabbed to death outside store American man killed in dispute for not saying thank youNews WAALI

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Murder case: Kharif says that after some time, a fight started and a fight started between two parties outside the shop.

USA Crime: 'Why didn't you say thank you?'  A man was killed with a knife outside the shop

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new york: In America, a 37-year-old man has been killed with a sharp weapon for a mysterious reason. It is known that the accused was killed with a sharp weapon during the fight. CBS News reported that the man was stabbed with a sharp weapon for not saying “thank you.” According to news reports, the incident took place at a smoke shop in Brooklyn. The incident happened near Park Slope on Fourth Avenue. The entire incident has been captured on video.

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In the video footage released, a man wearing a white T-shirt starts an argument with a food delivery boy. A heated exchange of gunfire escalated, with a man wearing a white T-shirt being attacked with a sharp weapon. “He didn’t say ‘thank you’ to open the door, so it happened,” Shahid Kharif Al-Saeedi told CBS. Narrating the details of the incident, Kharif said that the accused said that why didn’t he say thank you for opening the door?

Kharif said that after some time a fight started and a fight started between two people outside the shop. At that time, the accused delivery boy took out a knife from the bike and killed the person wearing a white T-shirt. The witness said that the victim was stabbed in the shoulder and abdomen. The victim kept shouting, “knife me, knife me”. The road in front of the shop was covered in blood. The victim was taken to Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital in New York where doctors declared him brought dead. So far no one has been arrested in this case. “I was trying to throw the knife from the accused’s hand, but I couldn’t,” Kharfi said.

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