City spree stabber gets additional 25 years in prison
The man convicted in a stabbing spree across Brooklyn and Manhattan last year was sentenced today to an additional 25 years in prison.
Maksim Gelman had already been sentenced to 200 years in prison for the killings that occurred in Brooklyn. Today's sentencing was for the non-fatal stabbing he committed on a subway in Manhattan.
Gelman's rampage claimed the lives of four victims - his stepfather, a female acquaintance he imagined was his girlfriend, her mother and a pedestrian he hit with a car.
AP wire services contributed to this report.
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