Subway stabber get 25 years tacked on to 200

Maksim Gelman, of Brooklyn (center), who went on a 28-hour stabbing rampage through New York City, is led by officers outside the 61st Precinct in the Brooklyn borough of New York Sunday, Feb. 13, 2011.

February 15, 2012 8:55:21 AM PST
A man already sentenced to 200 years in prison for killing four people in a stabbing and carjacking rampage in New York City has received an additional 25 years.

Maksim Gelman was sentenced Wednesday for slashing a Manhattan subway passenger at the end of the bloody crime spree.

In court, Gelman interrupted and taunted the victim. Joseph Lozito told Gelman he has "hell to look forward to."

Gelman pleaded guilty last month to attempted murder.

Separately, Gelman admitted in Brooklyn to a string of killings and other violence that started with an argument over using his mother's car. He killed his stepfather, a woman whose friends have said Gelman was obsessed with her, the woman's mother and a pedestrian Gelman ran over.

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