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Confession Suspected Subway ‘Pusher’ Heard Voices William C. Lopez, Pool / AP Photo

Subway ‘Pusher’ Heard Voices

The homeless man who turned himself in after the death of Queens resident Ki-Suck Han, who was struck and killed by a subway train—and featured on the cover of Tuesday's New York Post in a shot taken seconds before he died—has flipped his story. He now claims he pushed Han, although he didn't intend to shove him to the tracks. The man, who was under the influence of marijuana at the time, claims to have heard a voice tell him just prior to the incident, "He's coming again. You got to do something." The man has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder but was not taking medication.

December 8, 2012 7:42 AM