On May 1, 2023, Jordan Neely, a 30-year-old black man who was homeless, was killed by Daniel Penny, a 24-year-old white former Marine, placing him in a chokehold while riding the subway in Manhattan, New York City.
Mohammed Izeddin (22) broke into a New York home and then raped a woman at knife-point and was released without bail. Izzedin pleaded not guilty during his arraignment, and though bail was set at $20,000 cash, $150,000 insured bond or $150,000 partially secured surety bond, he was released Wednesday due to a procedural loophole. His lawyer argued that when he was arraigned, the deadline for the District Attorney to file his indictment was scheduled for Wednesday but should have been scheduled for Tuesday, due to the amount of time between when Izzeddin was placed into police custody and when he was officially arrested and formal charges filed.
Judge Christopher Robles agreed and Izzeddin was granted supervised release.
This is wrong.
Daniel Penny (24) put a homeless felon in a fatal chokehold to stop him from attacking people on his NY train.— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) January 4, 2024
His bail: $200,000.
Last week, Mohammed Izeddin (22) broke into a New York home and then rapęd a woman at knife-point.
He was released without bail. pic.twitter.com/AapsVJDDNV