His name is Kerry Bell.
Does not say if Mr. Kerry Bell is a Black man
Does not give his Muslim Name....
But he is homeless that way no need to mention that he is a Black Muslim Convert
LA nurse, 70, dies at hospital where she worked for 38 years after being beaten by homeless man, 48, then falling and hitting her head while waiting on bus to work
An elderly nurse who was badly injured after being attacked at a Los Angeles transit bus stop has died of her injuries at a hospital where she worked for 38 years, her employer announced on Sunday. Sandra Shells, 70, was attacked by a homeless man at about 5.15 a.m. on Thursday near Vignes Street and Cesar Chavez Avenue, half a mile away from Union Station, while she was waiting to catch a bus to her job at Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, according to the Los Angeles Police Department. Tragically, she succumbed to her injuries at the same medical facility on Sunday. Later that same day, police arrested Kerry Bell, a 48-year-old homeless man who was found sleeping not far away from the bus station. Bell allegedly punched Shells in the head, leading the nurse to hit her head on the ground, likely striking it against the concrete. As a result of her fall, Shell suffered a fractured skull. Bell was arrested without incident on suspicion of assault, but his charge will be updated to suspicion of murder, according to police. No motive for the unprovoked attack has been revealed. Bell is being held on $2million bail, according to jail records. Bell has one prior arrest in Los Angeles, but multiple prior arrests in several other states, according to the LAPD. Los Angeles Police Department Chief Michel Moore shared on Twitter that Shells' death was 'a tragic and senseless murder directly tied to the failure of this Nation's mental health resources. We can and must do better. This victim lived her life for others. We are falling short.' 'We are deeply saddened by this news,' officials with LA County-USC Medical Center said in a statement. 'Sandra Shells will forever be remembered for her compassionate care and unmatched dedication to her patients and her community throughout her 38-year career at LAC+USC.' 'Sandra worked tirelessly and selflessly to keep her patients safe and healthy and will always be remembered as a kind, compassionate and giving nurse with a helpful and thoughtful nature who was a favorite amongst colleagues and patients. 'There will never be enough words to express our gratitude for her tremendous work and dedication,' the statement added.Source