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Subway push suspect found fit to stand trial: judge

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Suspect Erika Menendez screamed as she left the 112th Precinct on Saturday night.

Suspect Erika Menendez screamed as she left the 112th Precinct shortly after her arrest.

Doctors have determined the woman who allegedly pushed a man to his death in front of a subway is mentally capable of going to court.

According to cops,  Erika Menendez, 31, on Dec. 29 shoved a Queens man onto the No. 7  tracks because she thought he was Muslim.

Sunando Sen, 46, who was Hindu, was struck and killed by an oncoming train. Menedez is facing second-degree murder and hate crime charges.

A judge revealed at a hearing Monday that she was fit to stand trial. Her arraignment is set for Dec. 29.