Family of Goldman Sachs employee killed on NYC subway blasts Eric Adams: ‘Do your job’ 

Family of Goldman Sachs employee killed on NYC subway blasts Eric Adams: 'Do your job'  2
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PICTURED: Goldman Sachs employee, 48, who was gunned down on NYC subway train while heading to brunch in apparent random attack – as his family blasts Eric Adams: ‘Do your job’

  • Daniel Enriquez, 48, was riding the Q train on his way to brunch on Sunday when he was gunned down in a seemingly random attack 
  • A Park Slope, Brooklyn resident, Enriquez was heading over the Manhattan Bridge when the gunman opened fire without warning at around 11:42 a.m 
  • The shooter fled from the Canal Street station and has yet to be caught 
  • His sister, Griselda Vile, is speaking out in the wake of her brother’s killing
  • ‘I wish you guys would go back to Adams and tell him the city is not safe. My brother just became a statistic on the way to the city. He was shot at close range’ 
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A Goldman Sachs employee was gunned down in a subway shooting and now his family has turned their ire straight at Mayor Eric Adams as New York City’s crime problem continues. 

Daniel Enriquez, 48, was riding the Q train on his way to brunch on Sunday when he was gunned down in a seemingly random attack.

A Park Slope, Brooklyn resident, Enriquez was heading over the Manhattan Bridge when the gunman opened fire without warning at around 11:42 a.m. 

The shooter fled from the Canal Street station and has yet to be caught.  

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His sister, Griselda Vile, is speaking out in the wake of her brother’s killing.  

Daniel Enriquez, 48, was riding the Q train on his way to brunch on Sunday when he was gunned down in a seemingly random attack

Daniel Enriquez, 48, was riding the Q train on his way to brunch on Sunday when he was gunned down in a seemingly random attack

Tape and blood are streaked across the staircase down to the subway on Sunday afternoon following the attack

Tape and blood are streaked across the staircase down to the subway on Sunday afternoon following the attack

NYPD investigated the scene after Enriquez was shot and killed aboard a subway train in Lower Manhattan Sunday in what police are calling a random attack

NYPD investigated the scene after Enriquez was shot and killed aboard a subway train in Lower Manhattan Sunday in what police are calling a random attack 

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Police are searching for a gunman after a man was shot and killed on the subway at the Canal Street station in Lower Manhattan Sunday morning

Police are searching for a gunman after a man was shot and killed on the subway at the Canal Street station in Lower Manhattan Sunday morning 

A Park Slope, Brooklyn resident, Enriquez was heading over the Manhattan Bridge when the gunman opened fire without warning at around 11:42 a.m

A Park Slope, Brooklyn resident, Enriquez was heading over the Manhattan Bridge when the gunman opened fire without warning at around 11:42 a.m

Daniel's sister, Griselda Vile, is speaking out in the wake of her brother's killing

Daniel’s sister, Griselda Vile, is speaking out in the wake of her brother’s killing

‘No one, no one, no one should have this happen to their family,’ Vile said to New York Post.

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She then attacked New York City’s weakened bail reform laws.  

‘And the worst part is, even if they catch this person he’s going to be out again,’ Vile said. 

Then came the harsh words for Mayor Adams, an ex-cop who was elected on a promise to stop crime in the city, as well as NYPD Chief Keechant Sewell.   

‘I wish you guys would go back to Mayor Adams and tell him the city is not safe. My brother just became a statistic on the way to the city. He was shot at close range.’

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Officers crowd on the staircase down to the subway as the station was closed off after the shooting

Officers crowd on the staircase down to the subway as the station was closed off after the shooting

'I wish you guys would go back to Mayor Adams and tell him the city is not safe. My brother just became a statistic on the way to the city. He was shot at close range'

‘I wish you guys would go back to Mayor Adams and tell him the city is not safe. My brother just became a statistic on the way to the city. He was shot at close range’

Vile, like many New Yorkers, has been unsatisfied with the crime prevention work done by Adams and Police Commissioner of the City of New York Keechant Sewell

Vile, like many New Yorkers, has been unsatisfied with the crime prevention work done by Adams and Police Commissioner of the City of New York Keechant Sewell

Her husband Glenn put it a little more simply.  

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‘Do your job. Get crime off the streets.’

Griselda said that he should be making the city safer so that more people don’t have to go through what they’re going through.

‘I want every New Yorker to realize this could be your reality tomorrow – your worst nightmare could come true,’ she said. ‘I don’t want this to be an attack on the mayor. I want him to focus on New York as a community.’

She also called on New York City to have more of a sense of community itself.   

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The 48-year-old man was on a northbound Q train that was just pulling into the Canal Street station around 11:42 a.m. when the gunman began firing

The 48-year-old man was on a northbound Q train that was just pulling into the Canal Street station around 11:42 a.m. when the gunman began firing

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‘We’re five boroughs we try to look out for each other. We don’t feel safe. I don’t feel comfortable having my daughter take the train and now I have more reason to feel more scared. Now everyone who knows my brother is gonna be more scared,’ Vile said.

While murders and shootings are down 11 and three percent from the already crime-riddled 2021 under lame duck Mayor Bill de Blasio, overall crime in the Big Apple is up 40 percent so far in 2022. 

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That includes a 19 percent rise in felony assaults, a 12 percent increase in rapes and a 42 percent jump in robberies. 

Transit is up the highest at 62 percent as New Yorkers have experienced several passengers being pushed onto tracks, as well as a mass shooting on Brooklyn subway train. 

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