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Goldman Employee’s Accused Killer Pleads Not Guilty to Murder

  • Abdullah accused in May killing of Goldman Employee Enriquez
  • Lawyer says prosecutors got the wrong man in shooting
Andrew Abdullah
Andrew AbdullahSource: NYPD
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The man accused of fatally shooting a Goldman Sachs Group Inc. employee on a New York City subway last month pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder and two counts of illegal gun possession.

Andrew Abdullah, 25, was indicted by a grand jury in Manhattan May 27 for what police say was the unprovoked May 22 shooting of Daniel Enriquez, 48, on the Q train as he was heading to Sunday brunch. The indictment remained sealed until Abdullah’s arraignment Wednesday.