Posted by Curt on 13 May, 2023 at 9:12 am. 32 comments already!


Daniel Penny, the 24-year-old young man we’ve dubbed the “Marine Subway Hero,” turned himself into New York authorities on Friday after he heroically saved an entire subway train from a violent, mentally ill madman named Jordan Neely.

A massive outpouring of support on GiveSendGo must have the Soros prosecutors working this case sweating. As of publication, the legal fund has already raised a stunning $736,251.

For at least a decade, the criminal schizophrenic Mr. Neely had been causing terror among New York City commuters. On that eventful day when Mr. Penny happened to be on the train, Mr. Neely, a long-time offender, was determined to carry out a criminal act in order to secure food and shelter by returning to prison.

Given the unpredictable nature of this disturbed and violent individual, it was impossible to anticipate the extent to which he would escalate. However, Mr. Penny, a former Marine and a compassionate individual, selflessly endangered himself to safeguard others by restraining the extremely foul-smelling Mr. Neely in a chokehold. Sadly, Neely’s disruptive behavior caused him to lose his life, and now the Soros-backed DA, Alvin Bragg, who also arrested Trump, has filed second-degree manslaughter charges against the heroic Marine.

This is just more weaponization of our judicial system by the usual radical left wing zealots.

The Independent:

Daniel Penny, 24, turned himself in to New York police early on Friday morning to be arrested on a second-degree manslaughter charge.

He was seen arriving at the NYPD’s 5th Precinct in lower Manhattan just after 8am local time, where he did not respond to any questions from waiting journalists.

He will be arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court on Friday. He faces up to 15 years in prison if convicted.

“Shortly after 8am this morning Daniel Penny surrendered at the 5th Precinct at the request of the New York County DA’s office,” Mr Penny’s attorney Thomas Kenniff told reporter. “He did so voluntarily and with the sort of dignity and integry that is characteristic of his history of service for this grateful nation.”

Mr. Penny stoically turned himself in, like the hero he is.

According to the AP, the potential criminal charges against a U.S. Marine veteran who put Jordan Neely in a fatal chokehold aboard a New York City subway train might depend on whether a “reasonable” New Yorker would have acted similarly.

It’s a challenging situation because nowadays, the majority of people tend to be bystanders who choose to capture acts of violence on their cell phones rather than stepping up as selfless heroes.

Daniel Penny is free pending trial.

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