Mourning Michelle

A MASS VIGIL was held in Times Square on Tuesday night for Michelle Go who was pushed to her death in front of a subway train at the Times Square station by a homeless psycho.

Michelle, an Asian-American, was a successful businesswoman who helped those less fortunate than herself put their lives back together — including the homeless.

Mass vigil for Michelle
Michelle Go

Michelle was a senior manager at the top consulting firm Deloitte and lived on the Upper West Side.

“She loved New York and would rather be here than anywhere else,’’ said Kim Garnett, a friend and coworker.

The deranged maniac, Simon Martial, 61, showed no emotion when he turned himself into the police. He said her pushed her to her death because he is God.

Mass vigil for Michelle

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You try to help people and you get killed for it

The New York City woman who was pushed to her death in front of a subway train by a homeless psycho was known for her volunteer work with the homeless.

Michelle Go, 40, senior manager at a top consulting firm, had another life — helping the homeless and others less fortunate than herself put their lives back together.

Everyone who knew Michelle described her as a kind and wonderful person.

Michelle was waiting on the southbound platform at the Times Square subway station Saturday morning when the homeless ex-con shoved her into the path of an oncoming train.

Homeless helper killed by homeless

Simon Martial, 61, showed no emotion when he turned himself into the police. He said her pushed her to her death because he is God.


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