Jordan Neely Death Witness Steps Forward with New Information, Says She’s ‘Praying’ for the Charged Marine

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A passenger who was on a New York City subway car when Marine Corps veteran Daniel Penny put an alleged violent criminal in a fatal chokehold last week said she is praying for him after he was charged with manslaughter.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg charged the 24-year-old with second-degree manslaughter on Thursday afternoon in the death of Jordan Neely, 30.

Penny surrendered to police on Friday morning and was released after he appeared in court without entering a plea.

He faces up to 15 years in prison if he is convicted of the charge.

But prior to his arrest, a woman who was present when Neely allegedly began to threaten the train’s passengers commented on the charge.

A woman who was described as a 66-year-old who wished to remain anonymous told The New York Post she wants the best for the military veteran.

“I hope he has a great lawyer, and I’m praying for him,” the woman told the newspaper.

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