The System is Broken and Daniel Penny Doesn’t Deserve Prison

By Nico Lagan
May 17, 2023
By Nico Lagan
May 17, 2023
It’s the duty of a good man to be a protector. A good man must be ready to help others in times of crisis. But what happens when a man with good intentions ends up killing another human being? Is what is happening to Daniel Penny showing that our system is broken? Let me tell you why Daniel Penny doesn’t deserve prison! I know you’ve heard about this story, and here is what we know so far: on May 1st, 2023, Daniel Penny choked Jordan Neely to death on a New York City F train. On May 3rd, the medical examiner’s office determined that the death of Jordan Neely was a homicide, stating that Neely died from “compression of neck (chokehold).” On Friday, May 12th, Penny surrendered to police on manslaughter charges. The news has been depicting Jordan Neely as an angel, a street performer that changed people’s lives. At one point in his life, maybe he was. You’ll also notice that all the pictures they use are from years ago. What if I were to tell you that this was not only what they were saying incorrect but that this man had no place being on the street? That he should have been behind bars or in a mental institution!

Who was Jordan Neely

Jordan Neely was a 30-year-old black man who grew up in Bayonne, New Jersey. In 2007, when he was 14 years old, his mother was murdered and later found in a suitcase. She was murdered by a man which whom she was involved with. Obviously, this was a traumatizing experience for Jordan, and according to his aunt, after the murder of his mother, he developed depression, schizophrenia, and PTSD. Neely was then placed in the foster care system. “In 2009, Neely was a locally known Michael Jackson impersonator, performing in Times Square, on subways, and in subway stations. He was reputed to be a talented dancer.” And here is the part of Nelly’s life that the mainstream media is not speaking about: “According to a police officer, Neely had been arrested 42 times by NYPD; while most of the arrests were for minor violations, three were for unprovoked assaults on women in the NYC subway. In 2015, Neely pled guilty to child endangerment after dragging a 7-year-old girl down a street; he was sentenced to four months in jail. At the time of his death, he was subject to a 15-month alternative to incarceration program after pleading guilty in February 2023 to felony assault of a 67-year-old woman, whom he punched as she exited a train station in November 2021, breaking her nose and fracturing an orbital bone. Under the terms of the program, Neely was to live in a treatment facility in the Bronx. He had a warrant issued for his arrest after he missed a court date to update a judge on his progress and abandoned the treatment facility 13 days after he started the program.” “His last interaction with law enforcement was on April 9th, 2023; outreach workers called police after witnessing Neely urinating inside a subway car, and he was ejected from the train. Five days later, an outreach worker spotted Neely in Coney Island and noted him as aggressive and incoherent, writing that “He could be a harm to others or himself if left untreated.”

More information is not being publicized!

“According to one outreach worker, Neely heavily used synthetic marijuana K2.” If you didn’t know, marijuana and schizophrenia do not go well together! “It is established that cannabis consumption cannot only trigger transient psychotic episodes but also predisposes to the development of lasting paranoid schizophrenia in a dose-dependent manner (Moore et al., 2007, Muller-Vahl & Emrich, 2008). Patients with a positive family history are at a higher risk for such drug-induced schizophrenic disorders (Fergusson et al., 2006, Morgan & Curran, 2008). Cross-reactions between different drugs to trigger a recurrence of schizophrenic episodes are rare (Huffman et al., 2008). We present the case of a 25-year-old man who had a history of cannabis-induced recurrent psychotic episodes and an acute reactivation of symptoms after abuse of the synthetic cannabinoid “Spice.”

Who is Daniel Penny

Daniel grew up in a middle-class military family in Long Island, far from being a son of privilege. He was a high-school lacrosse athlete and joined the Marines right after graduation. He served four years in the Marines, deployed twice, and was honorably discharged in 2021. Everything that I could find about this guy was positive, except what Neely’s family and lawyer had to say about him.

So what happened that night

According to Juan Alberto Vázquez, the man who recorded the viral video, on May 1st, Neely boarded a northbound F train at the Second Avenue station. And just before the doors closed, he screamed the following: “I don’t have food, I don’t have a drink, I’m fed up. I don’t mind going to jail and getting life in prison. I’m ready to die. He then “took off his jacket and threw it on the ground. Witnesses reported Neely had been throwing trash at passengers, and according to police, witnesses said Neely was acting in a “hostile and erratic” manner, telling riders that he would hurt anyone on the train. At some point, the 24-year-old marine veteran, Daniel Penny, took Neely down and applied what looked like a rear naked choke. A second man held Neely’s wrists while other passengers called 911. It’s unclear for how long did Penny keep Neely in a choke hold, but fifteen minutes later, the train arrived at the Broadway-Lafayette station. Neely was still unconscious. A police officer began chest compressions but eventually realized that he was non-responsive: Jordan Neely was dead.

Let’s talk about the choke itself.

The choke applied by Daniel Penny is commonly called in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, the rear-naked choke. This is a blood choke, meaning that it impedes the blood flow between the heart and the brain. “The initial compression of the top arm against the jugular vein in the neck causes flushing in the face as it cuts off blood flow from the brain to the heart. As the pressure increases when the bottom arm tightens the choke, the carotid artery, which is the primary source of blood to the brain, becomes restricted, thus eliminating blood flow to that area. Once that happens, it is usually only a matter of seconds before the brain shuts down, and consciousness is lost.”

Don’t be fooled

The mainstream media is turning this unfortunate incident into a racial issue. They are playing on the fact that Jordan Nelly is black and that Daniel Penny is white. They are also pushing the narrative that it is political because the right is trying to help Penny. There are divisive tactics, and you shouldn’t fall for them. The information I provided above clearly indicates that Neely was not a good man. What happened to him as a teenager and on the evening of his death is tragic, but the point of the matter is that he was dangerous. He was someone affected by mental illness and with a well-documented history of violence. The issue here is neither racial nor political: it is systemic. The system is broken, and it failed Neely. He should have never been free on the street! We shouldn’t blame the actions of Penny when he only did what he thought was right in the heat of the moment. A good man with good intentions shouldn’t go to jail for trying to prevent a bad situation from escalating even further. Is it tragic that Neely died? Absolutely, but Penny doesn’t deserve to go to prison for this! Until next time, remember that the world is changed one man at a time and that it only takes one man to change the world! Do you feel misunderstood, judged, or restricted in expressing your true masculinity? Tired of keeping taboo or delicate subjects to yourself? Do you wish there was a place where manliness is not only embraced but required? Where political correctness and the woke agenda have no power? Ihave fantastic news for you: I’ve created an exclusive, private Facebook group just for men like you, eager to reclaim their freedom of expression and grow together, so JOIN US!

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