Drunk Black Vagrant Gets 8 Years for Pushing White ‘Good Samaritan’ Onto Train Tracks

NY Post
January 18, 2015

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Pace University student Jered Harvey ended up on the tracks after trying to save a woman from a stray Black.

A drunken vagrant who hurled a Pace University student onto subway tracks because the victim tried to stop the man from beating a woman took a plea deal Wednesday in a Manhattan court.

Rayfield Grant, 30, pleaded guilty to attempted assault in exchange for eight years in prison.

He faced as much as 15 years behind bars if he had been convicted of attempted murder — the top charge against him.

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Rayfield Grant threw the good samaritan onto the train tracks.

The unhinged drifter was beating his girlfriend when he socked Jered Harvey, 20, in the face, grabbed him by the shoulders and threw him on the uptown tracks on the 2 and 3 lines at the Fulton Street station in September 2013.

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Rayfield Grant will now spend eight years in jail.

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