St. Louis Man Beaten Bloody at Bus Stop Is Latest ‘Knock Out’ Game Victim (Video)

Zack Finkelstein was waiting at a St. Louis bus stop on Thursday when a black man beat him in an apparent ‘knock out’ game attack.
Zack was going to have lunch with his grandmother.
He never made it.

There have been dozens of “knock out” game attacks in St. Louis the last two years.
An elderly Vietnamese man from St. Louis was murdered in a “knock out” attack in 2011.
KMOV reported:

Police are searching for a suspect after a man was beaten while walking to a bus stop Thursday afternoon.

21-year-old Zack Finkelstein was walking to a bus stop so he could meet his grandmother for lunch when someone beat him. The incident occured on Hord Avenue. His brother David, saw him immediately after the incident.

“When I saw him at first, I just thought I need to get him better,” David Finkelstein said. “If he needs to go to the hospital, I need to know he’s alright.”

David said Zack was randomly targeted after someone said “hi” to him while he was walking to the bus stop.

St. Louis County Police describe the suspect as an African American man in his 20s or 30s, six foot three inches tall, weighing 280 pounds and has a scruffy beard.

“I hope they find the guy,” David Finkelstein said. “He’s walking somewhere here on the streets. He ran off and police said the likelihood of finding him was low.”

Don’t expect this senseless beating to make any national headlines this week.

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