Protests Erupt in NYC as Deadly Clash Between Marine and Subway Harasser Becomes ‘New George Floyd’ Situation

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The summer of 2020 can be characterized by a massive, ignominious cultural event: the riots that razed businesses and resulted in dozens of deaths across the country in “honor” of George Floyd following his death in Minneapolis police custody.

It seems the seeds have been planted for a sequel in 2023.

For the unaware, controversy erupted in New York City on Monday after videos began circulating of a mentally disturbed man who allegedly had been harassing and threatening people on the subway being restrained by other passengers.

The chokehold used on him turned out to be fatal.

The man who applied the hold has been identified only as a 24-year-old formerly enlisted Marine, according to WABC-TV.

The victim, meanwhile, has been identified as 30-year-old Jordan Neely, described by the New York Daily News as a “homeless, mentally-ill Michael Jackson impersonator.”

His death is sparking a wave of fury that eerily echoes the sentiments seen during the George Floyd outrage.

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