Lawyer: 5 of 6 subway shooting witnesses couldn’t ID gunman


              Family members of Andrew Abdullah, suspected of abruptly pulling a gun and killing a stranger on a New York City subway train, leave court and react with frustration towards members of the media, Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in New York. Abdullah was taken into custody on Tuesday, hours after authorities posted his name and photo on social media and implored the public to help find him. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
            
              Family members of Andrew Abdullah, suspected of abruptly pulling a gun and killing a stranger on a New York City subway train, leave court and react with frustration towards members of the media, Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in New York. Abdullah was taken into custody on Tuesday, hours after authorities posted his name and photo on social media and implored the public to help find him. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
            
              Kristin Bruan, senior staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society, left, speaks to a family member of Andrew Abdullah, who is suspected of abruptly pulling a gun and killing a stranger on a New York City subway train, leave court, Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in New York. Abdullah was taken into custody on Tuesday, hours after authorities posted his name and photo on social media and implored the public to help find him. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
            
              Andrew Abdullah, suspected of abruptly pulling a gun and killing a stranger on a New York City subway train, appears before a judge for an arraignment, Wednesday, May 25, 2022, in New York. Abdullah was taken into custody on Tuesday, hours after authorities posted his name and photo on social media and implored the public to help find him. (AP Photo/Steven Hirsch, Pool)