Cops Couldn’t Stop the NYC Subway Shooting. People Have Questions.
As NYPD officers flooded the streets of Brooklyn minutes after a man tossed two smoke bombs and opened fire on a busy subway train, the first cop on the scene struggled to call for backup. He couldn’t get his radio to work and asked the bloodied and panicked passengers to call 911 for him, according to the New York Times.
The surveillance camera in the 36th Street station in Sunset Park, as well as the cameras in the stations before and after that one, were also not working.
A total of 3,500...