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Suspect arrested in death of man pushed on New York subway tracks

Naeem Davis (C), the suspect in the New York Subway pushing case, arrives at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York, December 5, 2012. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Naeem Davis (C), the suspect in the New York Subway pushing case, arrives at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York, December 5, 2012. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Naeem Davis (C), the suspect in the New York Subway pushing case, arrives at Manhattan Criminal Court in New York, December 5, 2012. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Two men are seen talking on a New York City subway platform in this framegrab from a video released by the New York City Police Department December 3, 2012. According to police, the man on the right pushed the other man (face blocked), 58-year-old Han Ki-Suck, onto the track as the southbound train on the N-Q-R line was pulling into the station at 49th Street near Times Square. Han was trapped between the platform and the train and was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. The other man who escaped and is still at large, police said. REUTERS/NYPD/Handout

Two men are seen talking on a New York City subway platform in this framegrab from a video released by the New York City Police Department December 3, 2012. According to police, the man on the right pushed the other man (face blocked), 58-year-old...more

Two men are seen talking on a New York City subway platform in this framegrab from a video released by the New York City Police Department December 3, 2012. According to police, the man on the right pushed the other man (face blocked), 58-year-old Han Ki-Suck, onto the track as the southbound train on the N-Q-R line was pulling into the station at 49th Street near Times Square. Han was trapped between the platform and the train and was taken to a nearby hospital where he was pronounced dead. The other man who escaped and is still at large, police said. REUTERS/NYPD/Handout
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