Al Sharpton got busted pulling another Tawana Brawley after the full video of marine corps veteran Daniel Penny subduing a homeless career criminal Jordan Neely was released.
Neely had mental issues and over 40 arrests on his record. In 2021 Neely was arrested for punching a 67-year-old female in the face as she left a subway station. He was clearly agitated and threatening the passengers when Penny and two other passengers stepped in to make the subway car safe.
But Al Sharpton is out for blood because he just can’t help himself. Al said: “If you do not prosecute you will set a standard of vigilantism that we cannot tolerate. The precedent alone is a threat to all of us. We cannot allow this lawlessness to go unchecked.
“You’re not going to choke this young man to death and not let us stand up and raise our voices.
“From a civil rights point of view, we are petitioning that the choker and the two folks helping him are all brought before a grand jury.”
“A mental issue on a train is not to be sentenced to death. This man needs to be prosecuted.”
“Penny does not have the right to set precedent, where you become judge, jury and executioner.”
Penny’s lawyer said:
“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 and could not have foreseen his untimely death.”
Neely was arrested 42 times in the last 10 years. In November 2021 the was arrested or punching a 67-year-old female stranger in the face as she exited a subway station.
And a new video just surfaced that shows the full event and as usual Sharpton ought to be ashamed of himself.
According to The Post Millennial, Penny put the man in the ‘recovery position and was helped throughout the ordeal by two other passengers and was thanked profusely by other passengers for neutralizing the threat.
According to the PM:
Full footage that emerged on social media this Sunday revealed that marine corps veteran Daniel Penny had placed Jordan Neely in a “recovery position” after subduing him on the New York City subway earlier this week.
Jordan Neely, a 30-year-old violent homeless man and repeat offender with over 40 prior arrests, died on Monday after Penny, 24, had placed him into a chokehold on the F train. Neely had reportedly started behaving erratically and showing aggression towards other passengers.
The unearthed full footage revealed passengers complimenting Penny for taking action. It also shows Penny and one other passenger arranging Neely’s body in the “recovery position” in an attempt to ensure that he would be okay. A passenger off screen can be heard saying “he’ll be alright.” Neely appears to be moving late in the video.