Masterjadin Roman, 20, Is The Suspected Assailant Who Attacked The Retired NYPD Sergeant With Brutal Blows To The Former Cop’s Head And A Stomp To The Back Of His Neck
An unnamed retired New York Police Department sergeant received a vicious beatdown from a known panhandler named Masterjadin Roman. The perpetrator of this brutal act merely received a desk appearance ticket which in most cases means he will, at most, face a misdemeanor charge.
In the video below, Roman and the former cop can be seen discussing something which eventually leads to the younger male throwing a bottle at the retired law enforcement officer.
The retired sergeant, refusing to take such humiliation, responds to that escalation from Roman by attempting to charge him. Unfortunately, Roman immediately got the upperhand and tossed the older man flat onto the sidewalk and began pummeling him with his fists.
Eventually, an associate of Romans approaches and picks up a cell phone that the street criminal loosened from the victim’s pockets during his volley of blows and the two begin to walk off.
Unsatisfied With His First Attack, Roman Then Returns To Deal One Last Devastating Blow
Then the retired sergeant attempts to get to his feet and Roman, noticing this, turns around and approaches him again.
That’s when the latter stomped heavily on the back of the victim’s neck.
Apparently the initial barbaric assault didn’t satisfy his bloodlust.
Watch The Video For Yourself:
Surveillance video shows a retired NYPD officer being beaten in the Garment District on 8/11/20. The suspect, Masterjadin Roman, 20, was given a desk appearance ticket. pic.twitter.com/P0dlOdf25G— NYC Crime News (@crime_nyc) August 20, 2020
In typical New York cosmopolitan fashion, several onlookers stood by and watched as this one-sided assault took place. While one witness moved in to assist the victim as he recovered from the first wave of attacks, he quickly backed off when Roman returned to slam his foot into the back of the victims neck.
The New York Police Department has not yet issued a statement on this incident, Nationalist Review has reached out to the NYPD Sergeant’s Benevolent Association for comment and will update this story as more information comes to light.