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Former Marine Released on Bond After Surrendering on Manslaughter Charge

Crowdfunding Site Raises Over $2 Million for Marine Charged with Manslaughter

Daniel Penny, center, is walked by New York Police Department detectives detectives out of the 5th Precinct on Friday, May. 12, 2023 in New York. Manhattan prosecutors announced Thursday they would bring the criminal charge against Penny, 24, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, in the May 1 death of 30-year-old Jordan Neely. (AP Photo/Jeenah Moon)

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Former Marine Daniel Penny, was released from police custody after surrendering on a manslaughter charge. The GiveSendGo fundraiser has raised over $2 million in donations after the musician’s contribution of $5,000 and a pointed message for Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Donations have poured in from all over the country for Penny, who has been charged with second-degree manslaughter resulting from the fatal choking of Jordan Neely, 30, on a New York City train.

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Attorneys for Neely and Penny spoke out on Friday after Penny turned himself in for his charge of second-degree manslaughter in connection with Neely’s subway chokehold death. Prosecutors alleged that Neely, who suffered from mental illness, had been making threats and scaring passengers on May 1 when Penny restrained him with a chokehold. The fundraiser was boosted on Saturday by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Twitter.

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy made a donation of $10,000, pointing out that Neely should either be in jail or in a mental institution and not free to terrorize his fellow citizens. More than 42,000 people had donated to the fundraising campaign on Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo.

Former Marine Daniel Penny’s legal team, consisting of lawyers Thomas Kenniff and Steven Raiser, launched the fund to raise money to defend their client against criminal charges and potential civil lawsuits. They also said that any leftover contributions would be donated to a mental health advocacy program in New York City.

Chicago native and political commentator Tim Pool made the largest single donation to the campaign with $20,000. GiveSendGo co-founder, Jacob Wells, informed Fox News Digital that Penny’s campaign is the second-best performer since the site’s inception in 2015. The Canadian trucker campaign ‘Freedom Convoy 2022’ holds the top spot of all time.

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Jordan Neely’s family has raised more than $125,000 from a GoFundMe campaign. Neely’s death has polarized the city, with many New Yorkers labeling Daniel Penny as a killer while some see him as a hero. The murdered man had been arrested over 40 times and had a record of violent attacks in Manhattan’s subway.

According to the New York Post, outreach workers were well acquainted with Neely as he was featured on the city’s list of the top 50 homeless people in need of assistance. Neely had punched a 67-year-old woman in the face in 2021, breaking her nose and orbital bone; he also punched another woman in the face four months earlier. In 2019, he hit two men in two different subway stations a month apart, breaking the nose of one victim.

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Penny, who was released by posting a $100,000 bond, is expected to appear in court again on July 17. The GiveSendGo campaign has been widely supported by individuals and organizations from all around the country. They have continued to show their support for the ex-Marine who has been charged with the manslaughter of Jordan Neely.

Former Marine Daniel Penny turned himself in on Friday morning on a charge of second-degree manslaughter in connection with Jordan Neely’s subway chokehold death. His legal team launched a fundraising campaign on Christian crowdfunding site GiveSendGo to defend their client against criminal charges and potential civil lawsuits. Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy made a significant contribution of $10,000 to the funding campaign

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and other individuals and organizations from across the nation have helped boost the fundraiser, which has received over 42,000 contributions. The campaign has already raised over $2 million, boosted by contributions from political commentator Tim Pool, who donated the largest amount of $20,000.

Daniel Penny has received a lot of support from individuals and organizations who believe that the deceased, Jordan Neely, should have been behind bars or in a mental institution, not free to terrorize his fellow citizens. The family of the murdered man has raised $125,000 through a GoFundMe campaign. There is a division among New Yorkers about Penny, with some calling him a hero while others accuse him of being a murderer.

Neely has a long record of violent behavior and has been arrested over 40 times. He is known as one of Manhattan’s top 50 homeless people, in need of assistance. In 2019, he hit two men in two different subway stations a month apart, breaking one victim’s nose. In 2021, he punched a woman in the face, breaking her nose and orbital bone; four months earlier, he hit another woman in the face.

GiveSendGo’s co-founder Jacob Wells has said that Daniel Penny’s campaign is the second-best performing campaign on their site since it started in 2015, trailing only the ‘Freedom Convoy 2022’ campaign. Penny’s legal team intends to donate any leftover donations to a mental health advocacy program in New York City, in addition to using the funds to defend their client against criminal charges and potential civil lawsuits.

Former Marine Daniel Penny was released from detention after posting a $100,000 bond in connection with Jordan Neely’s subway chokehold death. Penny allegedly restrained Neely with a chokehold after Neely scared passengers and made threats. Tim Pool, a political commentator, made the largest single donation of $20,000 to the GiveSendGo campaign.

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy made a $10,000 contribution to the campaign, stating that Jordan Neely should have been incarcerated or in a mental institution. Pennys legal team launched the fundraising campaign after he turned himself in for second-degree manslaughter charges relating to Neely’s death. The campaign has been widely supported by individuals and organizations throughout the country, raising over $2 million.

Daniel Penny has received significant support from those who believe that Neely, who has a history of violent behavior, should have been behind bars or in a mental institution. Neely has been arrested over 40 times and is known as one of Manhattan’s top 50 homeless people in need of assistance. Penny is due back in court on July 17 to face charges related to Neely’s subway chokehold death.

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