NYC Man Kills His Mom After She Asks Him to Get a Job, Family Says

A woman who was found dead inside her New York City apartment was allegedly shot by her own son following a conversation about him needing to get a job, according to family members.

The NYPD confirmed 22-year-old Musa Camara fatally shot Fatoumata Danson in the head in her 15th-floor apartment at Lehman Village Houses. Camara was arrested Tuesday, just half a block from the East Harlem crime scene with the murder weapon still in his possession. His family members are now calling for him to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

Yaku Basangari, the victim’s brother, said he wants his nephew “to rot in jail for the rest of his life.”

A 22-year-old has been accused of killing his own mother after an argument over whether to get a job. Gaby Acevedo reports.

When asked why Camara shot his own mother, Basangari said, “Because he’s a lazy bastard…and my sister told him to get a job, threw him out of the house…and this was his reaction.”

Danson was a mother of eight and other family members were seen grieving the 39-year-old outside the apartment complex. 

Basangari said the family came to New York City from Gambia and Sierra Leone back in the mid-1990s to look for a better life, but Danson’s life was tragically cut short by her own son.

“She always smiled and laughed,” Bansangari said, describing his younger sister as a lovely woman who was kind to everyone.

Police said that Camara was taken to a hospital for psychiatric evaluation following his arrested. He has been charged with murder, the NYPD confirmed early Wednesday.

2 fetuses found in Harlem as investigators continue search for 3rd in Queens!!

HARLEM, Manhattan — Two fetuses were found in Harlem overnight and investigators are continuing to search for a third newborn in Queens, police said Friday.

A fetus was found in a waste treatment facility on West 135th Street near 12th Avenue in Harlem Thursday around 11:40 p.m., police said Friday.

The fetus is of unknown age and gender, and was pronounced dead at the scene by EMS, according to police. The medical examiner will determine the baby’s cause of death.

This discovery was made after police responded to a Manhattan hospital where a 23-year-old woman arrived Thursday afternoon after allegedly giving birth and disposing of the fetus.

The woman allegedly told police the general location of the fetus, and police found the newborn in the trash outside a Harlem home on Amsterdam Avenue between West 131 and West 133 streets, NYPD officials said.

Friday’s investigations come two days after another 23-year-old woman arrived at a hospital in Richmond Hill, Queens, complaining of severe abdominal pain and trauma, police said.

The woman showed evidence of having given birth and told officials she delivered a baby on Sunday that was not responsive so she disposed of it, police said.

That fetus has not been located, police said Friday.

Charges have not yet been filed in any of the instances.

In New York, the Abandoned Infant Protection Act allows a parent to abandon a newborn baby up to 30 days of age anonymously and without fear of prosecution  if the baby is abandoned in a safe manner, according the state website.

According to the site:

A parent is not guilty of a crime if the infant is left with an appropriate person or in a suitable location and the parent promptly notifies an appropriate person of the infant’s location.

Under this law, parents may leave the newborn at places such as a  hospital, fire station or with police.

For more information regarding the Abandoned Infant Protection Act, call 1-866-505-SAFE (7233).

A list of free or low-cost services for expectant mothers, new mothers and women who have lost pregnancies across the five boroughs can be found here.

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