Daniel Penny’s Legal Defense Fund More Than Doubles Overnight, Now Holds Over $1 Million

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Donors are flocking to support the man charged with the manslaughter of a crazed transient who was threatening passengers aboard a New York City subway last week.

A legal defense fund for 24-year-old Marine Corps veteran Daniel Penny had raised more than $1.2 million as of Saturday afternoon.

The GiveSendGo fundraiser created by law firm Raiser & Kenniff, P.C., is intended to fund Penny’s criminal defense as he fights charges in connection with the death of Jordan Neely.

The funds donated to Penny more than doubled within 24 hours, with interest in helping him briefly overwhelming GiveSendGo’s servers.

Penny was part of a group of travelers who restrained Neely when the homeless man began threatening other subway riders on May 1.

An eyewitness recounted Neely expressing his willingness to “take a bullet” or go to jail for killing people on the train.

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