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Alvin Bragg to File Charges Against Hero Marine

AP Photo/Seth Wenig

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg plans to bring manslaughter charges against former Marine Daniel Penny after he saved lives and protected fellow New Yorkers from a violent, longtime criminal on the subway. 

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"The 24-year-old former Marine seen on video gripping the neck of Jordan Neely, who died of the chokehold on the floor of an F train in Manhattan this month, is expected to be charged and surrender as early as Friday, three sources familiar with the matter tell News 4 New York," NBC 4 New York reports."[The] decision to charge Daniel Penny was made by the Manhattan District Attorney's Office – and will happen without being presented to a grand jury at this time."

Last week Jordan Neely, who was previously arrested 40 times and attempted to kidnap a seven year old girl, was subdued by Penny and others after threatening violence against subway passengers. As a result of Neely's actions and threats, he died. Video shows Penny putting Neely in a recover position after stopping his threatening posture. 

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