52-year-old Kutin Gyimah, a cab driver in NYC, was killed last weekend in a ruthless attack by five young thugs

After last weekend’s deadly attack on a New York City cab driver, police have released the shocking and gruesome video footage of the event as they have successfully identified one of the five suspects.

20-year-old Austin Amos was identified as one of the young thugs responsible for the murder of 52-year-old taxi driver Kutin Gyimah.

The deadly assault on cab driver Kutin Gyimah

The group of five allegedly attempted to rob the driver around 6:30am, Saturday morning. The robbery developed into a vicious and lethal assault in which Gyimah was thrown to the street and beaten to death.

Amos delivered the final blow, police believe.

The other four suspects include another young man in his 20s, and three teenage girls–all of whom participated in the violence against Gyimah.

Warning: the following video provided by the New York Post contains graphic content showing the deadly assault on Kutin Gyimah.

After the robbery attempt, Gyimah chased the group down, however he quickly became overwhelmed as the mob ganged up on him, beating him relentlessly.

As most of the group disperses, Amos comes back to deliver one final blow to Gyimah, knocking him down to the ground where he hit his head and lies limp.

He was later pronounced dead at St. John’s Hospital.

Kutin Gyimah leaves behind a wife, Abigail Barwuah (pictured above,) and four young children

Kutin Gyimah was married to Abigail Barwuah, and the couple had four young children who will now have to be raised without a father.

As of yet, no arrests have been made.

The senseless violence in liberal cities like New York continues to ramp up, as liberal judges and prosecutors do everything in their power to work against police and churn criminals back out onto the street. The soft-on-crime liberal policies have claimed yet another victim in Kutin Gyimah.

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