As they have at his past hearings, about a dozen Times Square vendors gathered at the indictment Tuesday of Naeem Davis, the 30-year-old man accused of pushing 58-year-old Ki Suk Han onto the subway tracks where he was killed by a train. He used to make a living doing odd jobs for them, and now they're rooting for him as he faces a murder charge. "Tell him we love him," one told The New York Post. "The Naeem I know isn't capable of this," another said. At a previous hearing, they shouted, "Naeem, keep your head up!" Davis's lawyer says he pushed Han in self-defense and Han accidentally fell on the tracks.
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