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Terrifying clip shows suspected knife man, 60, stabbing MoMA employee after he was denied entry

Museum of “regular” modern art Gary Cabana, 60, is said to have launched the frenzied knife attack after he was turned away from a screening of a vintage film

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Museum of Modern Art: CCTV shows horrific knife attack

A man stabbed two workers to death at an art museum in New York after they refused him a screening of a vintage film.

In horrifying CCTV footage of the attack, a patron of the Museum of Modern Art jumped over the front desk before carrying out a frenzied knife attack on two staff members.

He had been at his desk minutes earlier with the intention of watching a 1938 Hollywood comedy Bring It Up, starring Katharine Hepburn, the New York Post reported.

But he was turned away from the museum’s famous Manhattan branch at around 4 p.m. before turning back and committing the horrific attack.

The two victims, both women, were taken to a local hospital for treatment after suffering multiple stab wounds to their bodies.

The NYPD identified the knifeman as a homeless MoMA patron named Gary Cabana, 60.

While still a teenager, Cabana released a bizarre rant on social media, where he spoke about bipolar disorder and suggested the attack was a “framework” orchestrated by museum officials. built, according to the Post.







Terrifying clip shows man jumping over reception at New York’s Museum of Modern Art before stabbing two employees to death
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He wrote on Facebook: “Bipolar is an arduous road.

“Dr Jekyll with Mr Hyde on 2 days ‘supposedly’ I ‘acted: 2/24+. 3/9. Completely obscured when I received the ‘letter’ from Daniel P.

“NOTE to the unruly passersby of the world, words are sharper than knives,” says rant.

“Then you get framed and kicked out of MoMA (not just movies, all art also by a cynical old woman who shuns you when you laugh at a comedy. She’s a threat. She’s a threat.” , not me.







Gary Cabana launched the brutal attack after he was turned away from a movie screening
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The NYPD told the New York Post that the suspect is 60-year-old Gary Cabana (pictured)
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“How bad? Hackers or Journos,” he wrote.

“Right now, I LOVE MY PEOPLE because MoMA has taken my mind off this framing work. NO DISCLAIMER. ”

He continued, “It wasn’t SCREAM 6 at MoMA but a poke poke poke wake call. y [sic] MoMA framework work, get your live information. ”

According to the New York City deputy sheriff, the two workers “will be fine.”







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New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers have launched a manhunt for the suspect, who Miller says is familiar to MoMA staff as a “regular” museum and to police from cases previous “disorderly conduct”, including at least one incident at MoMA, in recent days.

The NYPD is not aware of any records of arrests or other cases with the law, Miller said.

Miller said a letter revoking the man’s MoMA membership was sent to him on Friday, and he showed up Saturday afternoon “with stated intent” to watch a movie being shown. at the museum.







Police said the suspect was sent a letter about his membership being revoked on Friday.
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When he was told his membership card had expired and was denied entry, he became enraged, jumped over the counter and stabbed two employees, according to Miller.

Surveillance video shows him fleeing the museum shortly afterwards while walking.

The New York Post published photos showing each of the two women being loaded into an ambulance waiting outside the museum.

The Post said the car crashes caused a scene of chaos that sent visitors rushing out of the museum, home to one of the world’s largest and most influential collections of modern art.

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/us-news/horrifying-clip-shows-suspected-knifeman-26458754 Terrifying clip shows suspected knife man, 60, stabbing MoMA employee after he was denied entry

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