Exclusive: Victim of violent, racist rant on Brooklyn subway speaks out

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The victim of a racist and violent subway attack, who did not want to show her face, speaks out about the terrifying incident.

A woman is speaking out after she was the victim of a violent, racist tirade on a D train in Brooklyn.

Videos on social media from the incident show what appears to be 40-year-old Anna Lushchinskaya making racist slurs at both the victim and a good Samaritan who intervened, but police have not charged the suspect for bias crimes.

WARNING: The videos below contain strong language. Viewer discretion is advised.


"I'm lucky that she didn't have anything like weapons on her -- like knife, gun -- because it could have got a lot worse," the victim, who wishes to remain anonymous, told Eyewitness News exclusively. "I'm lucky that people were on the train who were helping me, especially the first Asian guy who stood in front of me right away because he wasn't recording. He just stood in front of me to help me, because I know other people were recording, but their recording didn't do anything until later on when it escalated."

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