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Scenes From the Candlelight Vigil In Honor of Deloitte Consulting Senior Manager Michelle Go

A candlelight vigil was held in Times Square last night in memory of Michelle Go, the 40-year-old Deloitte Consulting senior manager who was killed by a mentally ill homeless man last Saturday morning while waiting for a train inside the Times Square subway station.

Here is a collection of photos and videos from last nightโ€™s vigil in Times Square for Go that were posted on Twitter. (One of the photos below is from another candlelight vigil for Go that was held in the San Francisco Bay Area, where she grew up.) If you were at either vigil and have photos that youโ€™d be willing to share with us, get in touch using the contact information below.

Simon Martial, 61, who was charged with second-degree murder in Goโ€™s death, was ordered held without bail this morning during his arraignment and must undergo a mental health evaluation to determine whether he is mentally fit. Martial is accused of shoving Go from behind into the path of an oncoming train. The attack was unprovoked and law enforcement authorities are investigating whether to charge Martial with a hate crime. His next court appearance is Feb. 23.

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