Victim of Port Authority bombing breaks down in court

David Wall testified in court yesterday about his experience on December 11, 2017, when an ISIS supporter detonated a pipe bomb in the subway passages under Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Mr. Wall, 65, was left with a piece of metal embedded in his leg, hearing loss, and a fear of subways that persists to this day. He told the court trying the bomber that when he tries to board a subway, “I call my wife. Train after train goes by. It’s tough.”

Defense attorneys for Akayed Ullah say he only meant to commit suicide, reported Kaja Whitehouse for the NY Post.

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