G. McConway
July 21, 2023

Bragg Again Proves He Would Rather Prosecute the Good Guys

Another case has come across the desk of Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg that proves he is working for the wrong side of the law.

This was the prosecution of an officer that was answering a call for an unruly customer at a local Apple store.

The interaction turned physical, and instead of prosecuting the suspect, Bragg chose to go after the cop, reported the New York Post.

We Love Criminals

That is the message that is coming through loud and clear by Bragg with this latest prosecution.

According to reports at the time, Officer Salvatore Provenzano was among the officers called to the Upper West Side Apple Store for the disturbance.

Officers spent about 40 minutes talking to the suspect in order to try to get him to leave, but he would not comply, so Provenzano tried to escort the man out of the store.

The suspect reportedly got very aggressive and broke away from the officer, who then punched the suspect in the stomach to get him back under control.

For getting this maniac under control, the officer was charged with assault, as well as being suspended without pay, reported ABC 7 New York.

This is far from the first time that Bragg went after the wrong guy.

This is the same DA that brought charges against Jose Alba, the bodega clerk who stabbed a thug that came behind the counter and attacked him after Alba tried to stop the man’s girlfriend some stealing from the store.

In addition to that fiasco, the city also just settled a $13 million case, in favor of George Floyd rioters.

Cops and victims are being prosecuted, while the thugs in the city are being rewarded, literally, with millions, of dollars.

And people wonder why the crime rate in NYC is soaring. People really need to pay more attention to who they are voting for rather than automatically pulling the handle based on the letter behind their name.

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