Pedro Feliciano – Accessory To Murder

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Though we’ve already seen ample evidence that some Mets fans (present company not included) tend to have coping problems, an item from the Village Voice’s Michael Clancy, dated July 30, takes things to a new, tragic low.

Michael Anthony” no relation to the former bassist of Van Halen” stabbed his mother in the head and beat her to death with a twenty-pound barbell on Saturday night after she tried to break up a fight between him and his father during a Mets game, Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said Monday. Anthony, 25, of Fresh Meadows, started pounding on the walls while watching the Mets play the Nationals, Brown said. When his father, Fred Fischman, told him to stop, Anthony punched him in the face and threw him on the ground, Brown said. When his 61-year-old mother, Maria, intervened, Anthony attacked her, authorities said.

Anthony faces up to 25 years to life on second-degree murder, third-degree assault and fourth-degree criminal possession of a weapon charges. The Mets lost to the Nationals 6-5.

4 Responses to “Pedro Feliciano – Accessory To Murder”

  1. Scott says:

    Do most Mets fans have 2 daddies?

    “When his 61-year-old mother, Maria, intervened, Anthony attacked him, authorities said”

  2. Rog says:

    “Saturday night after she tried stop break up a fight ”

    I think the cavemen from the Geico commercials write for the Village Voice.

  3. GC says:

    as a former Voice contributor, I’ve decided to clean those bits up. But I did have a caveman editor, actually.

  4. Skip Lockwood says:

    So what you are saying then is they hired ld beghtol because he isn’t one of them “shavers”?

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