Disturbing footage released this week shows a 25-year-old woman pushing an elderly man off a bus in Las Vegas, Nevada, resulting in his death six weeks later.
Serge Fournier was reportedly telling a fellow passenger on the bus to be politer to others when he was pushed by a woman, landing head first on the pavement. On May 3, police were notified that the man had died from his injuries.
According to the Las Vegas Sun, Bishop was identified partly by a "Love" emblem on her jacket and the Spider-Man backpack her son was carrying.
The video shows the woman identified as Bishop, from two separate angles, shove Fournier off the bus using both hands. He survived the initial fall, refusing medical attention at the scene.
Police said the incident occurred on March 21.
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Bishop was previously convicted twice in 2012 and 2013 of domestic violence misdemeanors. Later that night, he drove himself to the hospital due to his injuries. He passed away on April 23. He died a month later from complications, according to KLAS.
Taylor said, "No matter what his age, she should not have done that".
Bishop, 25, was arrested and charged on May 6, in the death of Fournier. Police officials believe that Bishop had been yelling profanities at people on the bus. She has been charged with murder and remains jailed on $100,000 bail pending a preliminary hearing of evidence May 21.
His friend Trevor Taylor told the news station Mr Fournier was a "wonderful person". A Clark County public defender's official did not immediately respond Thursday to messages.