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Four of 'Green Goblin' gang who brutally attacked two women have 15 arrests between them

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Police have revealed that four suspects believed to be part of the "Green Goblin" gang, who brutally attacked two teenage women on a train, have 15 arrests between them.

The quartet - Emily Soto, 34, and 26-year-old trio Mairam Cisse Issouf, Ciante Alston and Dariana Peguero - have been accused of being among the group of attackers, dressed in full-body, neon-green leotards, who tossed around and threw punches at the two 19-year-olds on a Times Square subway train at around 2am (local time) on Sunday morning.Of the 15 combined arrests, Peguero has been detained nine times previously, Alston three times, Soto twice and Issouf once, according to NYPD chief of detectives James Essig.READ MORE: Sex doll owners admit they have fallen in love with silicone 'that can't hurt them'The attack was captured on video with the assailants making off with a mobile phone and a handbag.As yet, the other suspects in the unusually-dressed gang have not been identified.Speaking to the New York Post, a mother of one of the victims revealed that her daughter "said she was attacked by aliens, and I didn’t know what she was talking about".She also added that the assault took place on her daughter's 19th birthday."I hope they get what they deserve and then some because it’s disgusting," she fumed.To stay up to date with all the latest news, make sure you sign up to one of our newsletters here.The mother went on to blame New York's bail reform laws, which have been widely lambasted for creating a revolving-door justice system that endangers the safety of law-abiding citizens.She called out those responsible for "making these ridiculous laws and letting savages walk the streets with nothing but a slap on the wrist".And then reasoned: "Watch the.

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