What this eyewitness just reported spells doom for Alvin Bragg

Soros-backed Manhattan District Alvin Bragg’s problems continue to pile up.

Bragg’s latest high-profile arrest is about to blow up in his face.

And what this eyewitness just reported spells doom for Alvin Bragg.

Alvin Bragg’s decision to arrest 25-year-old Marine veteran Daniel Penny on second degree manslaughter charges following the death of Jordan Neely on a New York City subway looks worse by the day.

Neely was a mentally ill homeless man with a history of violent behavior who was threatening passengers when Penny restrained Neely.

Neely later died from his injuries and Bragg charged Penny because Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the woke mob smeared Penny as a murderer.

But an eyewitness from the subway car where Penny restrained Neely told Fox News that passengers felt in fear for their lives as Neely ranted that he could kill someone and didn’t care if he went to jail for murder.

“I’m sitting on a train reading my book, and, all of a sudden, I hear someone spewing this rhetoric,” the eyewitness told Fox News. “He said, ‘I don’t care if I have to kill an F, I will. I’ll go to jail, I’ll take a bullet.’”

The eyewitness said passengers crowded around the exit doors as they were “scared for our lives.”

The witness explained that Penny never had any desire to harm and all Penny wanted to do was protect those he saw were in danger.

In the interview, the witness also described Penny as visibly shaken by what happened.

“Nobody wants to kill anybody. Mr. Penny didn’t want to kill that man,” the witness added. “You should have seen the way Mr. Penny looked. He was distraught. He was very, very, very visibly distressed. And he didn’t go. He didn’t run. He stayed.”

Many Americans agree and see Penny as a hero and a good Samaritan as a GiveSendGo fundraiser for Penny’s legal defense raised over $2,750,000.

Penny’s attorney Thomas Kenniff laid out the facts of Penny’s encounter with Neely and explained that Penny acted in the defense of other innocent bystanders who Neely menaced.

“(Penny) wasn’t choking anyone. What he was doing is he was restraining someone,” Kenniff said an interview with NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo. “Restraining someone who was menacing other individuals on the train, and threatening other individuals with threats that could be interpreted as not just threats to do violence, but threats to take life.”

Bragg’s decision to charge Penny looks to be every bit the politically-motivated disaster that indicting Donald Trump turned out to be.

But will Bragg realize his error and drop these charges?

The truth is, Bragg may fear losing a Democrat Primary when he runs for re-election in 2025 more than he does losing a clearly weak case.

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