Jordan Neely, BLM's New Patron Saint, is Career Criminal With 40+ Arrests and Open Felony Arrest Warrant for AssaultChris Menahan
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BLM's new patron saint, 30-year-old Jordan Neely, is reportedly a violent, mentally ill, homeless schizophrenic with over 40 arrests and an open warrant out for his arrest in the assault of a 67-year-old woman in Manhattan's East Village.
Neely became a martyr for Democrats, BLM and the controlled media because he died after passing out while being restrained by a white marine (with help from other nonwhite passengers) for threatening passengers onboard an F train in lower Manhattan on Monday.
"I don't mind going to jail and getting life in prison," freelance journalist Juan Alberto Vazquez, who shot the video, recalled Neely saying. "I'm ready to die."
The marine was initially let go without any charges as it was clear he did nothing wrong and was acting in defense of himself and the other passengers onboard but Democrats are demanding he be lynched.
From The New York Post:
The marine, who was seen on video applying the chokehold, was taken into custody and later released but the DA is mulling charges, which could include involuntary manslaughter, according to experts.From NewsBusters:
Since the incident came to light, Democrats (including Squad members) have accused the man who placed Neely in a chokehold of murder and having committed a 21st century lynching (since the man wasn't black and Neely was) and New York Governor Kathy Hochul (D) claiming Neely was "killed for being a passenger."No matter your criminal history or violent behavior, all that's required to become a BLM martyr is to be killed by a white person.
Rather comically, Mayor Eric Adams actually pushed back against AOC's hysterical comment that Neely was "murdered," telling CNN: "I don't think that's very responsible at a time when we're still investigating the situation."
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg's office is reportedly "investigating" Neely's death and will likely decide soon whether or not to press charges.
RELATED: Jordan Neely Was Convicted of Attempting to Kidnap 7-Year-Old Girl in 2015, Got Only 4 Months In Jail
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