Josh Saul, New York Post, September 25, 2014
The woman raped twice by two different men in one horrific hour in Brooklyn had gone up to the second attacker seeking help when he terrifyingly told her, “I’m going to do the same thing to you,” prosecutors revealed in court Thursday.
The 31-year-old victim was walking in Clinton Hill about 5 a.m. Aug. 31 when Nicholas Isaac, 17, allegedly threatened to shoot her if she didn’t comply and then raped her before fleeing with her pocketbook, prosecutors said.
The stunned woman approached Daquan Jackson, 20, a half-block away on Irving Place about 6 a.m. and tried to explain what had just happened to her as she asked for help, prosecutors said at Jackson’s Brooklyn criminal court arraignment.
“I’m going to do the same thing to you,” was his venal response, Assistant District Attorney Wilfredo Cotto said in court.
“You are going to s — my d — or I am going to shoot you, I have a gun,” Jackson then said, according to court papers.
During the assault, the woman said, “Get away from me, leave me alone,” Cotto said, but Jackson assaulted her anyway.
Defense attorney Josh Saunders said the man shown in the surveillance footage released by the NYPD was taller, skinnier, and had lighter skin than his client.
Jackson was collared after the NYPD released a video of the second attacker and Crime Stoppers got a call from a tipster who said, “He looks like ‘Quan, he’s a Crip, he hangs out on Graham and Putman,” Cotto said in court.
Isaac–the alleged first attacker–was arrested Saturday and faces sex assault and robbery raps after being identified in a lineup by the victim.