NY Injustice: Illegals Who Assaulted NYPD Officers Can't Be Arrested Because They Were Freed Without Bail

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On Wednesday, we brought you the terrible story of a group of illegal immigrants savagely beating two NYPD cops in Times Square--and how several were arrested and all but one were quickly released without bail by the pathetic Manhattan District Attorney’s office. Of course, it turns out they all had prior arrests, and there is suspicion some may be tied to a notorious Venezuelan gang, Tren de Aragua.

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As if that wasn’t bad enough, several of the perps mocked us all as they departed the courthouse.


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Not only is this how many of the millions of Biden-era illegals feel about America, it's how the US government feels about you. If you were born and raised here, if your children and grandchildren were born here, if you pay your taxes and follow the rules - they are flipping the bird right in your face.

Four of them are now believed to be on their way to California. But here’s where it gets even more ludicrous – even if NY cops tracked them down, they couldn't arrest them. Why? Because we live in Insane World.

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The migrants who may have hopped on a bus to California after being busted in the caught-on-video beatdown of two NYPD cops couldn’t be arrested even if law enforcement tracked them down — because they were already freed without bail.

John Miller, a former top NYPD official and CNN’s chief law enforcement and intelligence analyst pointed out the bail issue in an interview on the network Friday, saying that it’s “stirred a lot of controversy about the criminal justice reform and the assault on the police officers.”

This is where you just shake your head and think, “I have no words.” 

The perps are believed to be headed to Calexico, a town near the border in California, where they can presumably go back and forth between the U.S. and Mexico. But why not just wait for the bus to arrive and arrest them?

“Now normally, we probably wouldn’t even be talking about this because the US Marshals and detectives would be waiting for them in St. Louis,” Miller said, “but they were released on their own recognizance, which means police have nothing to arrest them on, on the assumption – which they have to operate on – that they’ll be back for their [March 4] court date.”

“The chances of that happening when four people get on a bus with false names and head for the city that literally you can cross the street into the Mexican border is probably unlikely,” he added.

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Call me cynical, but the chances of them showing up on March 4 are approximately zero.

This is what "criminal justice reform" and defund the police have brought us – get-out-of-jail-free cards for criminals in cities like the Big Apple, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The phrase, “do the crime, serve the time,” seems like a distant memory. Now it’s more like, “do the deed, get quickly freed.”


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