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Sunday, April 23, 1989 - Page 5

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2019

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Artist: Alexandra Bell, American born 1983

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Margaret Fisher Fund, 2020.10.12

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© Alexandra Bell

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Sunday, April 23, 1989 - Page 5

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Artist: Alexandra Bell, American born 1983

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2019

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Sunday, April 23, 1989 DAILY NEWS 5. HORROR IN CENTRAL PARK Wolves hunted as cops combed By PATRICE O'SHAUGHNESSEY and DON SINGLETON Daily News Staff Writers It was 10 p.m. Wednesday when the night in Central Park turned the corner from wild, random violence to the brutal horror that left the cily revulsed. They were a gang, out for a night of "wilding." They had beaten people, with fists and a 12-inch length of lead pipe wrapped in black tape. Now, they were ready for more. "Let's go get ourselves a woman," one of the leaders of the pack said. What follows, based on in- terviews with police and wit- nesses, is an account of what happened. *** At 8:30 p.m. the sky was cloudless, the temperature 56 degrees. About 17 boys gath- ered at 117th St. and Madison Ave. Some were as young as 12, some as old as 17. A girlfriend of one of the boys said that Yusef Salaam, who was later arrested, was carrying both a knife and a 12-inch length of lead pipe in his pocket - a pip intended to use in a fight that never came off. "Let's go wilding." one boy said. "Let's go get joggers and steal bikes," another said. They were off toward Fifth Ave, and the park. At the northeast corner of the park, they met a group of 16 boys their own ages. Antron McCray, 15, of W. 111th St., exulting about the large number of boys in the group, counted heads. "It was like, Lookit, there's so many of us! Let's go kick ass," one detective said. he had Man spared At 8:50 p.m., near the Con- servatory Gardens at 105th St. and the East Drive, they spotted a Hispanic man walk- ing alone. He was spared "I know him, leave him alone," one boy hollered, and the pack moved on. Five minutes later, at 8:55, they found an elderly His- panic man, alone and home- less, carrying a sandwich and a beer in a paper bag at the 104th St. level of the East Drive. The boys grabbed the bag, roughed the man up and poured beer over his head. At 9 p.m., a police vehicie cruised along on patrol along the East Drive. The boys dropped to the ground until St had passed, then split into at See GANG Page 34
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