The perpetrator in the MoMA stabbing was extradited to New York and charged: police

The perpetrator in the MoMA stabbing was extradited to New York and charged: police

The man accused of going into a frenzy and stabbing two employees at the Museum of Modern Art last year was extradited and charged in New York City on Wednesday, police said.

Gary Cabana, 60, who was initially arrested in Philadelphia and held for a psychiatric examination, returned to New York on Tuesday evening and was charged with two counts of attempted murder and two charges of assault in relation to the March 12 attack, according to authorities.

Cabana is suspected of stabbing a 24-year-old male and female worker because he was denied entry to a showing of “Bring Up Baby” at the museum.

Gary Cabana, 60, allegedly attacked two MoMA personnel after being stopped away from a film screening.

Both victims were hospitalized with injuries that were not life-threatening.

Police reported that Cabana had two previous outbursts at the museum, which led to the termination of his membership and ultimately to the Saturday attack.

However, the man refuted the allegations in a weird series of Instagram comments to The Post.

The workers were hospitalized with injuries that were not life-threatening.

“NOT AT ALL TRUE,” he wrote. “I was utterly blindsided by the ‘letter’ from security without any discussion or conversation to explain my mental health condition and the significance of GREAT MOVIES in my life.”

In an Instagram post, he claimed, “I lost it when they told me I could never again walk upstairs to view STARRY STARRY NIGHT.”

Local authorities stated at the time that he was caught in Philadelphia and charged with arson for allegedly torching a Best Western hotel room.

In Philadelphia, where he was being kept for a psychiatric evaluation, Cabana was initially detained for allegedly torching a hotel room.
Thanks to Fox29

According to the sources, he was discovered sleeping on a bench at a Greyhound station and was then arrested.

He allegedly stated, “I am the individual you are seeking.” “I had an awful day.”

According to the sources, Cabana also told Philadelphia police, “I’m not a horrible man.” “I simply snapped.”

As cops took Cabana to an awaiting vehicle, he praised the city’s police force, stating, “I truly respect you guys. According to footage captured by WTXF-TV, “I truly do.”

“These are the finest police officers in the United States,” he remarked.

Once inside the vehicle, he continued, “They have just made the United States secure. “I’m the number one public adversary,” he said, laughing.

 

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