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Sunday, April 23, 1989 - Page 3

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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, 2020.10.9

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© Alexandra Bell

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Sunday, April 23, 1989 - Page 3

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Artist: Alexandra Bell, American born 1983

Date

2019

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FOR
sing
song
attack
laugh over attack
HORROR
PARK
MIKE
JOKE
HORROR IN CENTRAL PARK
IN
together
night.
MCALARY
holding
squad
made,
had
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been
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in
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thing.
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do
wild
kid
worth
words
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thrown
cell
yesterday,
of
had
a
pipe
in
some
re-
what
and
joke
was
the
DAILY
laugh
ropolitan
respirator.
two
injuries,
blood
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"a
more
said
Newman,
dent
her
care.
"When
we
now
to
admit
Her
pupils
already
held
seems
The
victim's
he
at
piease
bushed
youths
jogged
DAO,
InanD
ToNy
MARCANO,
contributed
Central
run,
rocks
pack,
statements.
off
sweat-
restrain
part
shirt
At
least
raped
she
tried
top
slashed
one
They
only
jogging
para
apolo-
just
video-
tape
then
swap
kids'
on
empty
...
insignifi-
they
involvement,
better
crime,
it
pretty
charged
Jermaine
prayer
man,
identified
where
policewomen,
because
used
with
ricochet
front
rection
officers.
come
night
believed
woman."
slight
3/20
CENTRAL
FOR
TEENS
A
HE
24th
still
over
gory
together
all
talked
detectives
explaining
everything
about
rape
an
"Hit
cop
say
room.
Two
rap
rhythm.
"Boof.
teenagers
bodies
start
slapping,
this
both-
as
much
wanted
song
called
erime
frenzy,
him-
woman
guy,
anoth-
tough
guy.
15,
famous
NEWS
IN
PARK
JOKE
that
didn't
hearts
2
made,
confessions
sound
corner,
became
human
es,
supplying
Boof,
seen
color
them
crime.
"What
"Singing,"
reply.
is
MCALARY
jogger
seven
others
explained
He
each
knife.
hadn't
anybody
Salaam,
er
big-
charged,
ABOUT
Robinson,
cel-
carnal
edge,
his
knows
"Wild
were,
course,
wielded
for
Antron
DAVIS
condition
comatose
who
hooked
skull
little
Dr.
Scott
name,
turn
first
rape.
tleman.
ngrmal.
girl,
ing
going
you
Daily
BROUGSARD,
JAMES
LYLE
V.
Park
transverse.
but
hit
12-inch
whelmed
their
spot.
boys
clothes
down,
said.
bludgeon
fight
face
lying
unconscious,
He,
too,
made
Each
dared
son
than
fair.
specific
object
bash
business
arms,"
police.
"I
have
brick,
which
East
Side
since
home
terrible
area
eight
im-
See
JOGGER
Page
35
Sunday,
holding
back
squad
moon
high
been
night.
gang
without
explanation.
"sorry."
taking
boof,"
boof."
And
filled
when
any-
pictures
victim.
singing
ered
doing?"
know
ARDIANS
ARE
lieve,
dragged
assaulted
scene.
McCray,
wasn't
publicly.
cops
told
slashing,
figure
McCray
worst
bunch,
6-
feet-2.
That's
robbing
homeless
man
park.
street
corners.
named
ebration
so-called
get
paid
sus-
into
early
horrifled.
young
sing
victim,
critical
Met-
fered
brain
re
sponsive"
resi-
head,"
swell-
understand-
savagery.
finally
patrons
moment,
along
102d
staff
DavITA,
dragging
secluded
flailing
gag.
her,
source
police
her."
there,
wearing
bra
ents
admitted
returned
jokes.
stunned.
gen-
emotion
something
cant"
gave
statements,
varying
100th
St.,
kids
week,
talking
like
home-
woman,
brick
got
Not
were
heard
tling
com-
paring
Pittsburgh-
rock.
recovered
1986,
head
parents
are
always
lived
awaited
It's
be-
Sunday, April 23, 1989 NEWS HORROR IN CENTRAL PARK JOKE FOR TEENS A song that didn't make hearts sing HE NOISE came from the holding cell in the back of the squad room. This was right I after 2 a.m. in the 24th Precinct, the moon still high over Central Park. The teenagers were together again, the videotapes already made, confessions gory and complete. They had been joking and laughing together all night. They had talked to detectives for hours, explaining everything about the gang rape without ever offering an explanation. Not one had used the word "sorry." "Hit the beat," a cop heard one of the kids say suddenly. And then it began, a sound from the street corner, taking over the room. Two of the kids became human beat box- es, supplying the rap rhythm. "Boof. Boof, boof," they sputtered. "Boof. Boof, boof." And then the teenagers were all in on it again, the cell filled with singing That's what happens when bodies start slapping, doing the wild thing. A few of the detectives stopped typing their DD-5s. They had never heard any- thing like this before. They had all seen color pictures of the victim. The singing both- ered them as much as the crime. "What are they doing?" a sergeant wanted to know "Singing," came the reply. The song is called "wild MIKE MCALARY ARDIANS ARE TO BE BLACK lieve, that the jogger was raped by at least seven kids. They dragged and assaulted her over a 400-foot erime scene. McCray, the others re- membered of the frenzy, was first. "She wasn't nothing," McCray had explained him- self The kid knew more than the cops had said publicly. He knew that the woman had been slashed deeply high across each thigh with a knife. The cops hadn't told anybody about the slashing, so they figure McCray is the right guy, and probably the worst of the bunch. Yusef Salaam, 15, is anoth- er tough guy. He is the big- gest of the bunch, just over 6- feet-2. Salaam, it is charged, "AIN'T ABOUT NOTHING': That's what Jemaine Robinson, 15, said after his arrest on charges of robbing a Thing," and all the rage of homeless man in the park. tough street corners. The song, made famous by a rap- per named Tone Loc, is a cel- ebration of carnal knowl- edge, the so-called wild thing. I get paid to do that wild thing. Any kid worth his "wilding" knows the words to "Wild Thing" So when nine sus- pects were thrown into a cell together early yesterday, they sang the song. The cops were, of course, horrifled. They had been wielded a pipe in the park. hoping for some sign of re- morse. But they knew what the young jogger had been up against - young men who not only maim and rape, but who also sing and joke about it when they get caught. Antron McCray, 15, was the CLARENCE DAVIS DAILY NEWS laugh over attack provement in the condition of the comatose victim, who was still listed as critical at Met- ropolitan Hospital, hooked to a respirator. She had suf- fered two skull fractures, brain injuries, broken facial bones and severe blood loss. She was "a little more re sponsive" yesterday, said Dr. Scott Newman, the chief resi- dent assigned to her care. "When we call her name, she now moves a little bit and starts to turn her head," New- first to admit to the rape. At tleman. They did not know man said. Her pupils are first he only wanted to say he what the police already sus- closer to ngrmal. The swell- held the girl, not understand- ing seems to be going down." The victim's mother told the savagery. But he finally ing and robbing patrons at an reporters at the hospital, "I you have a moment, piease bushed by some 12 youths as she jogged along the 102d St. Daily News staff writers SHARON BROUGSARD, JAMES DAO, InanD DavITA, LYLE V. HARRss, ToNy MARCANO, JOEN MARZULLU and CLAIRE SERANT also contributed to the coverage of the Central Park rampage. transverse. She tried to run, but was hit with a 12-inch pipe, pelted with rocks and finally over- whelmed by the pack, accord- ing to the teens' statements. They hit her with their fists, dragging her to a secluded spot. The boys tore off her clothes and used her sweat- shirt to restrain her flailing arms, stuffing part of the shirt into her mouth as a gag. At least four raped her, while others held her down, police said. The teens used the pipe source said. and a brick to bludgeon her when she tried to fight them off, police said. She was on top of her." slashed across each thigh with a knife. She scratched the face of one attacker. They left her lying there, unconscious, wearing only a jogging bra and a ring. The youths, with their para about what they had done to she was raped. ents present for the question- ing at the 24th Precinct sta- He, too, admitted to the crime, but made no apolo- gies. He just made his video- tape and then returned to his cell to swap jokes. All the kids' parents were, of course, stunned. Each had dared to hope their son a gen- tion on W "appeared empty of emotion ... as if they were talking about something insignifi- cant" when they gave their statements, admitting varying degrees of involvement, the 100th St., pect, that a few of these kids went wilding last week, beat- ing the law any better than admitted to the crime, talking East Side street fair. The sus- like it was nothing. McCray was pretty specific charged with robbing a home- about the object used to bash the woman, a brick rather wilding business at the street pect Jermaine Robinson, 15, I only held her arms," one boy told police. "I didn't get say a prayer (for her)." less man, got started in the Not identified Later, they were taken to a holding cell in the station, where they were heard whis- tling at policewomen, com- paring what they had admit- ted on tape and "laughing by the Daily News because The victim, a Pittsburgh- than a rock. The cops have recovered the brick, which the upper East Side since was used with such ven- 1986, is not being identified geance on the back of the vic- tim's head that it forced her brain to ricochet of the front fair. Robinson's parents are cor- rection officers. They have come home each night with terrible stories about prison. They have always believed area native who has lived on The eight youths awaited of her skull. the woman." Doctors reported slight im- See JOGGER Page 35 It's probable, the cops be- See MCALARY Page 35 3/20
April
HORROR
a.m.
Precinct,
Park.
again,
videotapes
joking
laughing
ever
word
beat
box-
sputtered.
doing
few
thing
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came
TO
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membered
first.
knew
deeply
so
right
Yusef
NOTHING':
Jemaine
arrest
charges
Thing,"
per
Tone
knowl-
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pects
sang
song.
hoping
sign
morse.
up
-
men
not
maim
caught.
CLARENCE
listed
facial
severe
bit
did
down."
mother
But
reporters
writers
SHARON
JOEN
MARZULLU
rampage.
arms,
stuffing
mouth
while
teens
thigh
scratched
attacker.
ring.
raped.
question-
Precinct
sta-
All
W
"appeared
degrees
these
went
beat-
law
any