Sayfullo Saipov Mugshot: Verdict in Sayfullo Saipov death penalty case
It is always said that it is not good to come into the police record as it ruined the career of the person. And that’s true but still, some freak criminals commit crimes and put the lives of people in danger. Only they know how they do such a crime despite knowing the consequences of it. There are many cases that are available to read on the web in which we can find the details of serious crimes. One more such case is presented in the news which becomes the reason for the demise of 8 people along with 11 injured. This news is quite terrifying to hear and the incident stirred up the entire social media.
The suspect was identified as Sayfullo Saipov whose mugshot is making rounds on the web. He is a 33-year-old Uzbek national blamed for carrying out the terrorist attack in Lower Manhattan in New York City. This incident is not new as it happened on 31st October 2017 but the wounds of this crime are still fresh. The reports state that the suspect drove a rented pickup truck onto the crowded bike path that resulted in the assassination of 8 people and the wounding of many others. After the horrifying assail, the suspect was shot by the cops and taken into police custody, and finally in charge.
The reports state the last hearing of the suspect in the court is on Monday, 13th March 2023. During the investigation, the police got to know that he was highly inspired by ISIS propaganda and took the oath of allegiance to the group prior to carrying out the lethal attack. On 13th October 2017, the suspect rented the pickup truck and drove into the runners and cyclists along the Hudson River Park bike path in Lower Manhattan. As we mentioned above, 8 people were assassinated, and wounding 12 others. Out of these 12 injured people, 6 were foreign tourists.
Not only that, but he also collided the truck into the school bus and the suspect exited the truck wielding what comes up to be 2 guns, but later it was found as a pellet gun and a paintball gun. The police shot him and detained him. The police check the truck and they discovered the flag along with the document oathing allegiance that was the terrorist group of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant. In the year 2010, the suspect was shifted to the U.S. from Uzbekistan. He was indicted by the federal grand jury on charges of 8 killings. Other than that, he was charged with 12 attempted killings, destroying a truck, and also supporting the terrorist organization.