February 11, 2020
You can’t blame the colored gentleman for lashing out though.
I’d also be furious if I saw a drunken Hungarian assaulting my car.
A former Wake Forest basketball coach was found guilty of assault on Thursday for fatally punching a Florida tourist in Queens.
Jamill Jones, 37, could face up to a year in prison when sentenced next month for the August 2018 attack that left Sandor Szabo, 35, dead.
He showed no emotion when the jury delivered the guilty verdict at Queens Criminal Court, but friends and family of Szabo tearfully consoled each other when the announcement was made.
Jones, a North Carolina resident, and his lawyer declined to comment to reporters after the verdict was handed down.
The former college hoops coach slugged Szabo in the head for drunkenly banging on his car in Long Island City.
Szabo, who was in town for his stepsister’s wedding, fell and hit his head on the pavement.
He died at the hospital three days later.