Regarding the April 9 news brief "Man Must Stand Trial in Stabbing of Bicyclist," which stated that a West Mifflin man faces charges of aggravated assault and reckless endangerment after Pittsburgh police said he attacked bicyclist Colin Albright on the city steps near Josephine Street, where is the attempted murder charge? This guy purposely trailed the cyclist, parked his car, chased the cyclist up many steps and cut and stabbed him in the neck! No attempted murder? That is outrageous! In fact, the lack of an attempted murder charge might be more criminal than the actual attempted murder.
WILLIAM M. STODDART