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New York ‘Wolverine’ threatens reporter and is held back by his lawyer after court hearing


The man who became known as the New York ‘Wolverine’ appeared in court on Thursday in a continuation hearing as he still awaits trial on a string of charges including nine counts of attempted murder.

Frank Cavalluzzi’s charges stem from a June 2020 incident in Whitestone, New York, when the suspect allegedly brandished a knife-claw at Black Lives Matter protesters and telling them: ‘I’ll kill you’ – before driving his SUV along the sidewalk and attempting to hit them. 

In an exclusive video for DailyMail.com, our reporter asks Cavalluzzi, 56, clad in a tie dye long sleeve shirt and clutching a Trader Joe’s shopping bag, if he wanted to say anything in his own defense. 

Frank Cavalluzzi appeared in court in Queens on June 23 in hearing after he was freed on a $100,000 bail for attempted murder charges and other violent offenses

Frank Cavalluzzi appeared in court in Queens on June 23 in hearing after he was freed on a $100,000 bail for attempted murder charges and other violent offenses

Cavalluzzi attempted to hide from our reporter on multiple occasions when asked if he had any comment that he would like to make

Cavalluzzi attempted to hide from our reporter on multiple occasions when asked if he had any comment that he would like to make

Cavalluzzi's lawyer, wielding a cane, repeatedly told his client to: 'Stop it' as he made his threats



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