Police of New York seeks the author of the stabbing of two employees of the Museum of Modern Art in the Big Apple (MoMAfor its acronym in English), who attacked them after preventing them from accessing the art gallery.
According to the police, he is a former member of the Museum’s friends program whom he card revoked due to inappropriate behavior. When the two workers refused him entry, the man, who wanted to see a movie, stabbed them.
Both victims were taken to a nearby hospital to treat their injuries, which were minor and not dangerous.
According to the Police, the man was known in the museum as a regular visitor and also by the Police, since he had caused several previous incidents, including one in the museum itself in recent days.
The man had his membership withdrawn on Friday by letter and it was yesterday, Saturday, when he tried to access the museum and stabbed the women for their refusal. The museum had to be evacuated. He is now wanted for arresting him.
Mario Twitchell is an accomplished author and journalist, known for his insightful and thought-provoking writing on a wide range of topics including general and opinion. He currently works as a writer at 247 news agency, where he has established himself as a respected voice in the industry.