Indianís subway death: NY woman deemed fit for trial
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A 31-year-old woman, accused of shoving an Indian immigrant to his death in front of a subway train last month as she hated "Hindus and Muslims", has been found mentally fit to stand trial and was indicted on charges of murder as a hate crime by a US grand jury.
Erika Menendez of Queens pushed Sunando Sen, 46, in front of an oncoming subway train on December 27, telling authorities later that her hatred for "Hindus and Muslims" prompted her to do so.
Menendez had shown no remorse for her actions during an initial court hearing after her arrest last month, often laughing uncontrollably and telling a authorities that she did it "because I thought it would be cool."
Queens District Attorney Richard Brown said at a hearing before Acting Queens Supreme Court Justice Dorothy Chin-Brandt in a criminal court Sunday, Menendez was deemed fit to stand trial.
Indicted on charges of one count of second-degree murder as a hate crime and two counts of second-degree murder, Menendez faces up to 25 years to life in prison if convicted.
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