Daniel Penny Pleads Not Guilty in Killing of Black Homeless Menace

If I were Penny, I would sue the dead black guy’s family for defamation.

This is the single most absurd clown show I’ve ever witnessed in my entire life.


The former U.S. Marine sergeant accused of fatally strangling Jordan Neely, a homeless man, in a chokehold in a New York subway car last month pleaded not guilty to charges of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide in a court appearance on Wednesday.

Daniel Penny, 24, was captured in videos recorded by bystanders putting Neely in a chokehold from behind for several minutes on May 1 while they rode on an F train in Manhattan. The killing drew national attention and sparked protests in May by those angered by the police’s delay of more than a week in arresting Penny, who is white, with killing Neely, a Black man.

Penny first appeared in the Manhattan Criminal Court on May 12 on a charge of second-degree manslaughter, a felony crime that carries a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison. Judge Kevin McGrath released Penny on a $100,000 bond and ordered him to surrender his passport.

After that hearing, a grand jury voted to indict Penny on June 14.

In the minutes before he was killed, Neely, a 30-year-old former Michael Jackson impersonator who struggled with mental illness, had been shouting about how hungry he was and that he was willing to return to jail or die, according to passengers on the subway car.

Penny has said he acted to defend himself and other passengers, and did not intend to kill Neely, and he has been hailed as a hero by prominent Republican politicians. Protesters have decried Penny as a vigilante and described Neely’s death as a lynching.

This is exactly what Andrew Anglin said in 2020 was coming down the pipe: white people are being charged with crimes for defending themselves against violent blacks.

He said that would happen, and here we are.

It is happening.

It’s only going to get worse as long as these Jews are in control of our society.