The family of Ki-Suk Han, who was pushed into the subway tracks and killed by an oncoming train on Monday, have had to deal with extensive and controversial media attention since the incident. Mr. Han’s widow and daughter, joined by various Korean leaders and Comptroller John Liu, held a press conference this afternoon at the family’s church in Maspeth. Mr. Liu said the event was designed to give the family some peace from the press onslaught.
“They have not been able to go home because many of you fine people have been camped outside their home,” Mr. Liu said, over the click of cameras. “So by having this media availability, they are hoping that they can show you how badly they are hurting and then they would like to be able to go home.” Read More