G. McConway
July 17, 2023

NY Judge Releases Knife-Wielding Suspect without Bail

Here we go again…

New York City… where victims and good Samaritans get indicted and where thugs are set free without bail.

It just happened again, as a New York judge let a man go without bail on Friday that had been allegedly stalking a group of musicians, reported Outkick.

Let Him Go

I get that there are plenty of low-level crimes where suspects can be let out of jail with no bail and not be a threat to the general public.

When they have a weapon, however, I think we can kind of draw the line right there.

That was not the case for 22-year-old Deqon Massiah, who was creeping up on a group of musicians with a six-inch knife clearly in sight in the photos.

Massiah has been charged with menacing, harassment, and criminal possession of a weapon… but then he was cut loose without bail.

The irony in all of this is that even after agreeing to release Massiah without bail, the judge stated that the "highest level of monitoring is appropriate." Uhm, wouldn't keeping him in prison serve that purpose?

We have all seen how this works, as we consistently see violent criminals released only to take a life or injure someone not long after their release.

Last year, Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg followed this game plan for someone that beat a 67-year-old man to death.

In another case, he released two suspects before their trial without bail, and they were later charged with murder.

This all because we allow people like George Soros to pour big bucks into local campaigns where the conservatives have no shot. In this case, about $1 million in donations to Bragg's campaign can be traced back to George Soros, reports the Washington Free Beacon.

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