More footage has come to light in New York City subway controversy when veteran Marine Daniel Penny defended himself and others after being allegedly threatened by Jordan Neely.
The video and images of the attack from the mainstream media only show Penny choking Neely, 30, a violent homeless man with over 40 arrests.
The latest video shows that once Neely was under control, Penny and the others who helped him restrain Neely place him in the recovery position. It also showed other passengers thanking Penny for doing something. Off camera, one person is heard saying, “he’ll[Neely] be alright.”
Later in the video, Neely appears to be moving around while in the recovery position.
From the Post Millenial:
Penny had restrained Neely in a chokehold before he fell unconscious.
The former Marine was taken into custody following the incident, but was ultimately released.
New York’s medical examiner determined that Jordan Neely died from “compresison of neck” and stated that his death was the result of “homicide.”
The incident has since gone viral across social media, and sparked protests perpetuated by far-left activists, politicians, and Black Lives Matter throughout New York City.
AOC and others have used the incident to accuse Daniel Perry of murdering an innocent man who was sick.
“This honestly feels like a new low: not being able to clearly condemn a public murder because the victim was of a social status some would deem ‘too low’ to care about. The last sentence is especially rich from an admin trying to cut the very services that could have helped him,” AOC said.
This honestly feels like a new low: not being able to clearly condemn a public murder because the victim was of a social status some would deem “too low” to care about.
The last sentence is especially rich from an admin trying to cut the very services that could have helped him. https://t.co/0DtXl9DOO5
— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) May 3, 2023
Victims and witnesses have come forward supporting Penny. However, DA Alvin Bragg is investigating the incident, so we could probably assume what will happen next.