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makes
laughing
matter
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HORROR
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mouth."
dies,
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moonlit
watched
the
They
30
makes
them
black."
frenzy
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suffieiently
yesterday,
and
black
tering.
to
him
read:
14,
(left)
taken
Precinct
booking
after
in
17.
Michael
by
Robinson's
funny
got
confess
robbery
then
like
said,
The
kid
burying
passed.
Frightened,
into
of
or
sedan
3:30
attacks
they
alone.
with
her
chance
son
yester-
up.
took
at
high,
curse
inson
very
dyed
blond.
ing
a
matter
rape
Richardson,
School,
was
Thomas
victim.
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also
at-
had
seratches
male
jogger
park
it,"
neighbor
ninth
In
course,
con-
another.
suspect.
back
arraignment
assault
which
nearly
Richardson.
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anything,
found.
though
ment
according
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old
these
kids
were
did
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why
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but
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police,
convicted
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Thomas,
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singing,
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suspect
some
yellow
napkins.
videotapes
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oddly
cop
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working
hard
this.
saying
detective.
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Y.
DAILY
NEWS
15,
on
St.
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Steve
ardson,
student
Jackie
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commandos,
stood
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dirt
split
groups
about
ferocity
creased
woman
legs
early
wild
kid.
Robinson
held
lips.
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other
16,
lives
Plaza
Frawley
fellow
crossed
rifles
Rape
Junior
one
charged
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said
maine
gave
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new
growing
murder,
charges
culminated
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randomly
numbers.
victims
assaulting
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question
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such
homeless
suspects
those
16
reenacted
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be-
would
face
part
Four
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Briseoe,
Ray-
St:
112th
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all
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color
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ex-
council.
who
music.
need.
sandwiches
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wiped
mouths
rying
gal
cell
see
IN
photo
left,
Lopez,
eight
attack.
१ 4। Sunday, April 23, 1989 DAILY NEWS HORROR IN CENTRAL PARK Kids' song makes few hearts sing thumb out of my mouth." The story, like all trage- dies, has a beginning, middle and end. Kids gathered on a warm, moonlit evening, filled watched their son being with the wanton power of youth. They are not special wearing a white sweat- because they rushed into a park 30 strong. What makes them important is their weak- ness, the strength they gath- tion Guardians. Dare to be ered while losing center. We black." The shirt is ali the saw the same ignorant frenzy MCALARY FROM P. 3 their son suffieiently scared. Early yesterday, they marched off to jail. He was shirtwith red and black let- tering. The shirt, given to him by his parents, read: "Correc- BILL LAFORCE J. DAILY NEWS YOUNG SUSPECTS: Clarence Thomas, 14, (left) and Steve Lopez, 15, in photo above, are taken from 24th Precinct to central booking at Police Headquarters after arrest in the Central Park assault. At right, 17. vear-old Michael Briscoe is led away by a cop. help that Robinson's parents can afford him now. in Howard Beach. It's funny what the kids re- Robinson's mother got the membered. They recalled, for example, seeing a police van at around 9 p.m. and of being scared. They hit the ground confess to robbery and then like commandos, they said, stood up. The kid also stood burying their faces in the dirt until the danger passed. Frightened, they split up into smaller groups of 10 or so. tective's sedan about 3:30 The ferocity of the attacks in- creased until they found a woman running alone. They left her with her legs in a puddle, the water sapping chance to facé her son in an interview room early yester- day. She listened to her son up. Then the mother took a wild punch at the kid. Robinson was led to a de- yesterday morning, his head held high, a curse on his lips. "Ain't about nothing," Rob- inson muttered. Like three of the other sus- pects, Kharey Wise, 16, lives at the Schomburg Plaza on E. 110th St. off Frawley Circle. He is a very stylish fellow with a fade haireut dyed a reddish blond. He was wear- ing a leather medallion with two crossed silver rifles when MORMAN Y. LONO DAILY NEWS Rape a laughing matter her body heat. Robinson Junior High in the rape - Richardson, School, was the one Santana, Lopez and Thomas scratched by the rape victim. - also were charged with at- "I know he had seratches tacking a 40-year-old male on his face, and mud, but I jogger with a pipe in the park still can't see it," neighbor that night. A ninth youth, Jer- Lamont Radcliffe said of maine Robinson, 15, of E. In due course, the suspects gave each other up, one con- fession leading to another. As each new name was men- tioned, a new set of detec- tives was dispatched to bring in another suspect. The kids gathered in the back of the the police arrested him. Wise cell, growing strong again in JOGGER FROM PAGE 3 arraignment on attempted murder, rape and assault charges in the attack, which culminated a rampage in which nearly three dozen Richardson. "If anything, 116th St., was charged with youths roamed Central Park "wilding" - randomly attack- ing anyone they found. "It was something to do. It was fun," one of the boys said of the rampage in his state- though McCray and Richard- must be sentenced as juve- ment to police, according to the source. is one of the few suspects old numbers. these kids were victims of eir- assaulting and robbing a eumstance." McCray's aunt, Theresa charged in the rape. Sapp, said, "I don't believe he did it." She said that al- enough to have a steady girl- "S'up?" the suspeet friend. The girl was sitting McCray asked each newcom- with detectives, sucking her er, using the street form of the question "What's up?" The cops looked hard at them and the kids laughed. one not daring to show weak- ness in front of another. This is why they wound up in such homeless man. He was not The suspects will be tried as adults, but those under 16 son reportedly reenacted the niles if convicted. A juvenile, attack for police, she be- convicted of rape or attempt- lieved he was "describing ed murder would face a max- what he's seen. It's not that imum of 3% to 10 years, com- he took part in it." Four of the teens charged adult. thumb in the squad room. "How old are you?" a cop asked. "Seventeen." "And you still suck your thumb?" The eight suspects arrested in the rape were identified as Antron McCray, 15, of W. 111th St.; Michael Briseoe, 17. of Madison Ave.; Ray- mond Santana, 14, of E. 119th St: Clarence Thomas, 14, of W. 112th St., and Yusef Sa- laam, 15; Kevin Richardson, 14; Kharey Wise, 16, and Steve Lopez, 15, all of the Schomburg Plaza Houses on Fifth Ave. "Uh-huh. Wise don't like it trouble. Each suspected rap- none. He always pulling the ist posed for a color Polaroid snapshot. The poses are un- repentant, the stares hard pared to 8% to 25 for an and unrelenting. Eventually, between the jokes and singing, a demand was made. "Yo," McCray had an- nounced. "I'm hungry. Neighbors shocked Neighbors of the suspects from Schomburg Plaza ex- pressed shock at the arrests. "These are all nice kids," said Gina Smith, a member of the residents' council. "Kevin is a nice kid who can barely say hello without smiling. We don't have a lot of bad kids here." She said suspect Yusef Sa- laam is "an artist, he models. He's into music. He's into fashjon. We're ail shocked by This, at least, showed some need. The kids were given sandwiches from Blimpie's, quickly devoured. They wiped their mouths cleanly with crisp yellow napkins. Mothers came and went car- rying in fresh clothes for pris- on. Finally, after the white le- gal pads had been filled with confessions, the videotapes removed, the second-floor cell grew oddly quiet. A cop looked in and was surprised to see the kids sleeping. A few of them jerked fitfully in sleep, guilt working hard on the body. Kevin Richardson, 14, another of The cop was glad to see this. "Look," he recalled saying to a detective. "Humans NORMAN Y. LONO DAILY NEWS IN CAPTIVITY: 15, in photo at left, at 24th Precinct on W. 100th St. Above. Steve Lopez, this. Police sources said Rich- ardson, a student at Jackie eight suspects being charged in the rape attack. CLARENCE DAVIS DAILY NEWS. Beel z014
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April
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MORMAN
Lopez
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gathered
JOGGER
dozen
116th
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rape.
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McCray,
Madison
15;
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repentant,
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Neighbors
Smith,
member
barely
smiling.
bad
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fashjon.
least,
fresh
pris-
guilt
glad
DAVIS
NEWS.