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Slasher wrote down when he knifed N.J. man in East Village

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Friday, January 22, 2016, 1:25 PM

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Next to a date book reminder about a quibble over a Kmart or CVS card, Francis Salud detailed that he “did a buck fifty on somebody near Third Ave. [ON E. 6TH ST.]…” about 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, the prosecutor said.

Dear demented diary …

A sicko who slashed an innocent stranger in the East Village wrote in his daily planner that he “did a buck fifty” — slang for a cut that requires 150 stitches — at the time and place of the attack, prosecutors said at Francis Salud’s arraignment Friday.

After pretending to have no knowledge of his own whereabouts at the time of the disturbing event during an interview with police at the 9th Precinct, the 28-year-old slashing suspect voluntarily produced his calendar with the perplexing entry.

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Next to a date book reminder about a quibble over a Kmart or CVS card, he detailed that he “did a buck fifty on somebody near Third Ave. [ON E. 6TH ST.]…” about 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, the prosecutor said.

The damning information helped cops nail him for the serious injury he inflicted on Anthony Christopher-Smith, 30, who was in the neighborhood for dinner with friends.

Anthony Christopher-Smith — who was sliced across his face and on his back — did indeed require 150 stitches to patch up the gashes Salud allegedly inflicted. He also suffered nerve damage.Kerry Burke/for New York Daily News

Anthony Christopher-Smith — who was sliced across his face and on his back — did indeed require 150 stitches to patch up the gashes Salud allegedly inflicted. He also suffered nerve damage.

“He actually made an entry in his own planner, that he had committed this crime,” Assistant District Attorney Gregory Sangermano said in Manhattan Supreme Court.

“He admitted to police that it was in his own handwriting,” the ADA added.

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Salud, who has an open case for a similar random attack on E. 23rd St. in October, is such a menace to the public that he should not be granted bail, the prosecutor argued.

The ADA said that all of Salud’s record “involves weapons and it involves violence.”

"He is a danger to quite literally anyone he happens to pass on the street," Assistant District Attorney Gregory Sangermano said of Salud when arguing he should be held without bail.

“He is a danger to quite literally anyone he happens to pass on the street,” Assistant District Attorney Gregory Sangermano said of Salud when arguing he should be held without bail.

“He is a danger to quite literally anyone he happens to pass on the street,” Sangermano said.

Christopher-Smith — who was sliced across his face and on his back — did indeed require 150 stitches to patch up the gashes Salud allegedly inflicted.

He also suffered damage to four nerves in his face, prosecutors said.

Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Gilbert Hong ordered Salud held without bail.

Salud’s court-appointed lawyer reserved the right to ask for bail after he’s indicted.

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