New York Mayor Reaches Limit, Calls For Ending Bail Reform And Locking Up Violent Criminals
New York City Mayor Eric Adams has reached his limit with the surging crime and he wants to re-examine Dems favorite program, bail reform, that has let violent criminals walk free to cause destruction across the country.
Adams was horrified by a recent video of a man attacking a subway cop saying “one aspect that was missing” from the video was the fact that the violent man was arrested for robbery “just a few days ago” but was let out by the new system.
Adams said: “Now he’s back, decides he’s not going to pay his fare. The transit officer could have arrested him for not paying his fare. He didn’t do that. He told him to leave this system and, in response, we saw in the video what happened.
“We need to look at violent offenders and this is a clear case of that.”
“We are saying: Re-examine the bail laws in the area of violent offenders — violent offenders.
A teen BATTERED a cop in a Manhattan subway station.
He was FREED less than 24 hours later.
Welcome to New York. pic.twitter.com/CnIrE3L5vf— Andrew Pollack (@AndrewPollackFL) July 26, 2022
“Robbery is a violent crime.
“But as soon as we catch them, the system releases them and they repeat the action.
“When I say we’re the laughingstock of the country, this is what I’m talking about,” he said.
“Cops are putting ourselves on the line to make the subways safer, but we are feeling abandoned by a justice system that won’t back us up.” 2/2— NYC PBA (@NYCPBA) July 25, 2022