BREAKING: Daniel Penny fundraiser tops $1 MILLION as GiveSendGo servers crash due to overwhelming support

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On Saturday, the GiveSendGo fundraising website set up to support former Marine Daniel Penny’s legal defense briefly crashed as it was swamped by visitors eager to give money, which has now surpassed $1 million,  following Penny being charged with second degree manslaughter by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg over the death of 30-year-old Jordan Neely. 

“UPDATE: We have had a big surge in our traffic and our servers were temporarily overwhelmed. We are aware and are a few minutes from resolving the issue. The campaign for Daniel Penny is over 1 million dollars and the money is secure,” GiveSendGo tweeted.

Jack Posobiec noted on Twitter that the link seemed to be down and asked if it was working for other users.  Ian Miles Cheong posted “nope” with a screenshot of the error code.

According to the New York Post, on Saturday people donated at a peak rate of $1100 per minute and the site has over 23,000 donors so far.

Penny’s GiveSendGo noted that he was a “college student and decorated Marine veteran” who was “facing a criminal investigation stemming from him protecting individuals on a NYC subway train from an assailant who later died.”

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