NY NY - Brooklyn, WhtMle UP7922 17-30 On Street, Jul'93

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  1. madamx

    madamx Well-Known Member

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    WARNING POSTMORTEM graphic photo on the link
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    The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)



    UNIDENTIFIED
    Unidentified Person / NamUs #UP7922
    Male White / Caucasian
    Date Body Found July 3, 1993
    Location Found Brooklyn, New York

    Case Information


    Case Numbers
    NCMEC Number--
    ME/C Case NumberK93-04247
    Demographics
    SexMale
    Race / EthnicityWhite / Caucasian
    Possible First Name--

    Estimated Age Group Adult -
    Pre 30
    Estimated Age Range (Years)
    17-30
    Estimated Year of Death
    1993
    Estimated PMI
    Hours

    Height 5' 0"(60 inches) , Measured
    Weight 140 lbs, Measured

    Circumstances
    TypeUnidentified Deceased
    Date Body Found July 3, 1993

    NamUs Case CreatedSeptember 29, 2010
    ME/C QA ReviewedSeptember 30, 2010
    Location Found Map

    LocationBrooklyn, New York
    CountyKings County
    GPS Coordinates (Not Mapped)40.719976, -73.938588


    Circumstances of Recovery
    Unknown male found in front of
    311 Richardson Street
    Details of Recovery


    Inventory of Remains
    All parts recovered

    Condition of Remains
    Recognizable face

    Physical Description
    Hair ColorBrown
    Head Hair Description dark 2"

    Left Eye ColorBrown
    Right Eye ColorBrown
    Eye Description--


    Clothing
    navy t-shirt,
    gray jeans, black and
    white striped briefs
    On the Body

    Eyewear
    sunglasses with black tape on inside of lenses
    On the Body

    Footwear
    sneakers
    On the Body
     
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    Attached is a map of where he was found. It’s all industrial in that area.
     

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  3. Bit of hope

    Bit of hope Have a nice day!

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    A very small boy/man with a height of 5'0. Also it's hard for me to visualize what was going on with the sunglasses.
     
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    Yeah he is really short... I am 5’1 so I personally know the guy was short!!! hehe.. unless it was a typo?? I always wonder about typos ever since seeing the woman in the Bronx with the “ Classy Trash” tattoo (with the photo right there) typo o_O....but anyway..


    I too was trying to figure out the thing about the sunglasses. Was the tape holding the lenses to the glasses? Or was the inside lense completely covered by the black tape? That does not make sense.How would he see? The photo looks like he has a blue hue around his eyes. I don’t know if it’s the photo itself or it has to do with his sunglasses.
     
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    What was his COD? To me it looks like he could've been beaten to death. Poor guy.
     
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    Your right Triss he could of been picked up beat up robbed and thrown out of a car .. I had not even thought of that.

    It was July 3rd. I kept thinking he was from out of town came in for July 4th weekend.
     
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    Interesting idea about him being in the area for the July 4th weekend! It makes me believe he had to live not too far from where he died. I don't think he would've travelled from other parts of the country just to celebrate 4th of July in New York, but you never know.
    Also, he looks relatively clean in his PM photo. His face is shaven and his teeth look decent, so I don't think he was homeless. And even if he was, I don't think he was homeless for a long period of time before he died.
     
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    Bit of hope Have a nice day!

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    To get some perspective of what was going on in NYC in July 1993 I post this very interesting article....actually I was shocked by the content.
    NYC, July 1993

    Twenty years ago, my first July as a journalist in New York City (at The Associated Press), I remembered things being a little different. So I pulled some copies of The Post from that month to remind me.

    July 1993 was a month of unbelievable levels of random mayhem. Headlines included “Desperados Shoot Up Bus,” about teens who robbed 22 passengers in Queens, “Cab Ride to Hell,” about some Australian tourists who saw their cabdriver slain and “Savage Slaying Shocks Tribeca,” about a building worker who was killed execution-style.

    A Staten Island man was surrounded by a gang of 20 to 30 youths and beaten to death. Two Washington Heights firefighters responding to a fake call about a gas leak were instead firebombed (then, when they bailed out of the truck with second-degree burns, surrounded by an angry crowd that threw bottles at them). A mother of eight was killed in a crossfire on a Brooklyn street while pushing a 3-year-old in a stroller and carrying an infant in her arms. A 21-year-old Hunter College student was shot to death on a 5-train for his Nike Air sneakers.

    Etc.
     
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    Bumping
     
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