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The suspect in the murder of Karina Vetrano has been triggered by what he described as lewd acts on behalf of prisoners and guards at Rikers Island.
The suspect in the murder of Karina Vetrano, a woman who was sexually attacked and strangled while running near her family’s New York City home, has been triggered by what he described as lewd acts on behalf of prisoners and guards at Rikers Island, according to a report.
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“Captains are trying to tell inmates to beat me up,” Chanel Lewis, 22, told The New York Post about corrections supervisors.
Lewis added that correction officers were instructing inmates to call him a “f----t, the a-word and the p-word.”
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Lewis told the Post that the **** of his fellow inmates -- who were masturbating frequently -- got into his food. He said the inmates got the **** on the hands of female correction officers who then passed him his food and water.
“Female guards hands [are a] health hazard. Food inside the hot pot is contaminated,” Lewis told the Post.
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Lewis, 22, was accused of killing 30-year-old Karina Vetrano as she ran on a park trail in Howard Beach, Queens, in August 2016. Prosecutors said Vetrano had been sexually abused and strangled. Her father discovered the body.
A mistrial was declared in late November.
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Prosecutors said they’ll move to retry Lewis, who is expected back in court on Jan. 20.
The closely watched case had baffled investigators, who for months were unable to find anyone who matched DNA that was found under the...
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