BREAKING: Suspect in brutal murder of far-left activist in Brooklyn works at high school, has history of violence

His own aunt reportedly called 911 after he smashed up items in his girlfriend's apartment.

The person of interest who police suspect stabbed and consequently killed poet and far-left activist Ryan Carson has a history of violence and works at a high school, according to recent reports.

Police reported that the suspect works at a high school in Clinton Hill, and that 911 had been called by his aunt after he had become furious and smashed up items in his girlfriend's apartment just a few months ago. His aunt was said to have described him as mentally disturbed. 

While he was not arrested for the incident, which took place on July 14, an incident report was filed. 

Police sources told the New York Post that the suspect was issued three summonses in 2022 for disorderly conduct, and was also the victim of a robbery in 2021. He is known to frequent the area of Fort Greene’s Commodore Barry Park.

A viral clip of the stabbing showed a disturbing conflict that ended with Carson being stabbed and lying motionless on the ground. 

Carson was later rushed to the nearby Kings County Hospital Center, but ultimately died of his injuries.

This is a breaking story and will be updated.
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