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Suspected killer of Columbia student was on parole for gang attack, has lengthy rap sheet

Added 12-03-21 11:18:02pm EST - “Vincent Pinkney, 25, has previously been arrested 11 times since 2012 on charges including robbery and assault, law-enforcement sources said Friday.?” - Nypost.com

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Nypost.com: “Suspected killer of Columbia student was on parole for gang attack, has lengthy rap sheet”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

The suspected killer of Columbia grad student Davide Giri is a pint-sized gang member with a lengthy rap sheet who was on supervised release from prison for viciously beating a man and slashing his face. 

Vincent Pinkney, 25, has previously been arrested 11 times since 2012 on charges including robbery and assault, law-enforcement sources said Friday. 

The 5-foot-5, 140-pound Manhattan resident is a reputed member of the Bloods-affiliated Every Body Killas gang, also known as EBK, sources said. 

He was released from prison in June 2018 after serving a four-year sentence for a gang assault in Queens. 

Pinkney and three accomplices repeatedly slashed, punched and kicked the victim of that attack in a caught-on-camera rampage, court papers say. 

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