Three days before Christmas in 1984, five bullets were fired at four black teenagers on the No. 2 train in New York City by a white man with an illegally-owned handgun. The incident divided the city into people who supported the so-called "Subway Vigilante" and others who said the shooting was a racist act of violence. Bernhard Goetz says he acted out of fear, but was it self-defense or was it revenge? InsideEdition.com’s Sal Bono has more in this latest installment of NY Gritty.