Al Sharpton is demanding justice after a U.S. Marine killed Jordan Neely, a man who was terrorizing NYC subway passengers. Neely had 42 prior arrests and was wanted for beating up an elderly woman.
By now you’ve probably seen the video – a black man terrorizing passengers on a New York City subway car. A white Marine veteran intervened and put the guy in a chokehold. He later died.
The city’s medical examiner declared the death of Jordan Neely to be a homicide.
But Mayor Eric Adams is not so sure – and neither are many other New Yorkers – who have grown weary of being robbed, beaten and assaulted on the streets and in the subways.
It’s unclear whether or not the Marine veteran will face charges – but Al Sharpton is already raging on local television stations. And many activitists are demanding justice.
Neely is being portrayed in the media as a brilliant entertainer who was unfairly targeted by a vigilante.
That’s the narrative – but it’s not true.
Neely has a criminal record – 42 prior arrests since 2013. He’s been charged four times with assault, criminal trespass and at the time of his death he had one active warrant for beating up an elderly grandmother.
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