According to the Queens DA's spokeswoman, Merris Campbel, the suspect on arraignment showed no remorse. Campbell said "During the arraignment process when she was before court, she was smiling, she was laughing and the judge had to speak to her about that."
Menendez's neighbors and friends had recently noticed some strange behaviors by the suspect, but she hadn't shown signs of anger to anyone.
60-year-old Janet Henne, who had known Menendez in her teen years said "I think somebody was here making sure she took her meds. I never saw here walking around angry. She always looked happy."
Another neighbor who owns a beauty salon in the neighborhood, Lana Izrailova, reportedly said that "She was a lot thinner, with a shorter haircut. I remember her like that. She's gained a lot of weight (since then)." Izrailova added "She looked weird, like a depressed person."
Having confessed to pushing Sen to his death on the train track on Thursday, New Yorkers have been more concerned about their safety at the subway stations in the metropolis.
Judge Gia Morris had since ordered the accused held without bail at the Rikers Island, pending her next court date.
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