NY DA Cuts Deal for Woman Caught on Video Attacking Police

If a District Attorney is about enforcing the law, above all else, you prosecute attacks against police to the fullest extent of the law.

If, on the other hand, you are trying to send a message that lawlessness rules the day, you cut deals with those people.

When you get done hearing what Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg just did, it will become pretty clear on which side of the law he stands.

Insanity Rules the Day

Two women were both caught on video attacking NYPD officers.

Like case closed… end of story…  you are going to jail, caught.

Bragg thought it would be a good idea to cut them both a break.

At a time when officers are literally being ambushed, Bragg decided to cut Kimberly Rivera a break, dropping felony assault charges down to a misdemeanor.

He was even more lenient with Felicia Davis, who had the charges against her dropped.

Cops are livid, with one officer stating, “Once again the Manhattan district attorney has let the good, hard-working people of Manhattan down.

“The cops were called there by the people who are prisoners of their homes.

“And when they try to clear the corner of the problem the district attorney blocks the cops and protects the criminals.”

Bragg’s office issued some lame excuse, which is not even worth my fingers hitting the keys on.

You want to know why New York City is one of the most dangerous cities in the country right, on a pace to surpass violent crime from 2021?

Two words… Alvin Bragg.

New Yorkers have nobody but themselves to blame, however, because they pulled the handle for this lunatic.

You are getting what you deserve… but those officers and the rest of the city deserve far better.

Source: New York Post


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