Soros-backed Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg has a major problem on his hands.
Bragg’s big new case got thrown into chaos.
And Alvin Bragg got hit with a brutal rude awakening that will change everything.
Bragg charged 24-year-old Marine Daniel Penny with second degree manslaughter – which carries a sentence of up to 15 years – for the death of mentally ill homeless man, Jordan Neely, on a New York City subway.
To make matters worse, Bragg only charged Penny after Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a bunch of woke social justice warriors smeared Penny as a murderer and tried to manufacture another George Floyd situation.
But in an interview with the New York Post, Penny debunked that narrative.
“This had nothing to do with race,” Penny told the Post.
“I judge a person based on their character. I’m not a white supremacist,” Penny continued.
Penny’s attorney Thomas Kenniff told the Post that once the case goes to trial, the facts would vindicate Penny as eyewitness testimony shows police being told that Penny restrained Neely to protect other passengers who felt their lives were in danger.
“I can tell you that the threats, the menacing, the terror that Jordan Neely introduced to that train has already been well documented. I don’t think it’s going to even be controverted. There are numerous witnesses from all different walks of life who have absolutely no motive to do anything other than to recount what actually happened. They are uniform in their recollection of events,” Kenniff stated.
The Post also interviewed one of the passengers who recounted how Neely – a mentally ill homeless man with 40 arrests on his record and history of violence – threatened to kill other riders and expressed no fear of going to prison.
“I’m sitting on a train reading my book, and, all of a sudden, I hear someone spewing this rhetoric,” the eyewitness told the Post. “He said, ‘I don’t care if I have to kill an F, I will. I’ll go to jail, I’ll take a bullet.’”
Penny explained to the Post that his desire to join the Marines in order to protect people and rise to a leadership position compelled him to step in and defend his fellow passengers from what he saw was Neely’s violent behavior.
“I loved leading Marines and I love being around Marines,” Penny stated. “I love helping people.”
Critics contend that Bragg bent to the pressure from the woke left and brought baseless charges against Penny.
And the facts of this case, as they’re currently known, support that idea.
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