Cab driver speaks out about attack

A cab driver who lost an eye as a result of an attack in Bed-Stuy says he is worried about his livelihood.?I can?t see clearly,

BEDFORD-STUYVESANT - A cab driver who lost an eye as a result of an attack in Bed-Stuy says he is worried about his livelihood.

?I can?t see clearly, how can I go back to work?? asks Enois Malbranche, who was shot during a robbery last week.

Police say Malbranche, who was just released from the hospital Wednesday, was dropping off three girls in Bed-Stuy when they demanded his money. According to police, Malbranche gave them what he had, but they did not find it to be sufficient and then shot him.

Malbranche says he is not looking for justice but wants the city to enforce its laws.

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