WARNING, GRAPHIC: On a SEPTA train platform in Philadelphia, 40-year-old Chaz Wearing, a homeless man who lives in the train system, punches an unidentified man causing him to fall onto the tracks as a train approaches the 34th Street Station.
The man died instantly.
Wearing is a parasite with a long rap sheet. According to the local ABC affiliate, “Wearing has a warrant for a strangulation case in Delaware County, and the D.A.’s office said his criminal history spans other Pennsylvania counties including Clinton County and Lycoming County.”
So why was Wearing allowed to essentially live inside the public transit system?
Locals say crime on SEPTA has spiked since the pandemic and has not improved. Why do blue cities insist on allowing violent indigents to terrorize the public?