Witness Overrules Alvin Bragg, Says She Thanked Marine for Protecting Her from Crazed Felon

A New York City subway passenger has overruled George Soros’ Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg regarding the case of Jordan Neely.

A 66-year-old woman, who did not want to be identified, says she witnessed the incident that led to Neely’s death when passengers were forced to restrain him.

Neely was reportedly crazed and threatening other people on the Subway, leading to passengers having to restrain him while they waited for police to arrive.

The witness said she is praying for hero Marine Daniel Penny who was charged with manslaughter for protecting passengers from Neely, a deranged felon with a long violent criminal history.

She said: “I hope he has a great lawyer, and I’m praying for him.

“And I pray that he gets treated fairly, I really do.

“Because after all of this ensued, I went back and made sure that I said ‘Thank you’ to him.’

She recalled Neely’s erratic behavior that led to passengers restraining him.

“He said, ‘I don’t care. I’ll take a bullet, I’ll go to jail’ because he would kill people on the train,” she recalled.

“He said, ‘I would kill a motherfu**er. I don’t care. I’ll take a bullet. I’ll go to jail.’”

Court records show Neely has a violent past.

In June 2019, Neely assaulted 68-year-old Filemon Castillo Baltazar on the platform of the W. 4th St. Station in Greenwich Village.

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“Out of nowhere, he punched me in the face,” the victim said.

A month earlier, Neely punched a man in the face, breaking his nose on the platform of Broadway-Lafayette.

In both 2019 cases, Neely pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault and was sentenced to six months in jail.

Just days before his death, he reportedly attempted to push a random person onto the Subway tracks.

Penny’s attorneys said: “Earlier this week Daniel Penny was involved in a tragic incident on the NYC Subway, which ended in the death of Jordan Neely.

“We would first like to express, on behalf of Daniel Penny, our condolences to those close to Mr. Neely.

“Mr. Neely had a documented history of violent and erratic behavior, the apparent result of ongoing and untreated mental illness.

“When Mr. Neely began aggressively threatening Daniel Penny and the other passengers, Daniel, with the help of others, acted to protect themselves, until help arrived.

“Daniel never intended to harm Mr. Neely.

“For too long, those suffering from mental illness have been treated with indifference.

“We hope that out of this awful tragedy will come a new commitment by our elected officials to address the mental health crisis on our streets and subways.

“When Mr. Penny, a decorated Marine veteran, stepped in to protect himself and his fellow New Yorkers, his well-being was not assured.

“He risked his own life and safety, for the good of his fellow passengers.

“The unfortunate result was the unintended and unforeseen death of Mr. Neely. We are confident that once all the facts and circumstances surrounding this tragic incident are brought to bear, Mr. Penny will be fully absolved of any wrongdoing,” the lawyers said.

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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