Marine Vet Daniel Penny Surrenders In NYC Subway Death Of Jordan Neely

US Marine veteran Daniel Penny, who protected himself and others on a New York Subway, has surrendered to police to face a felony second-degree manslaughter charge.
Penny placed Jordan Neely in a chokehold after the man threatened passengers on the train. Neely, who has a violent history, died after the incident.
“When Mr. Penny, a decorated Marine veteran, stepped in to protect himself and his fellow New Yorkers, his well-being was not assured,” the law firm of Raiser and Kenniff, PC, said in a statement. “He risked his own life and safety, for the good of his fellow passengers. The unfortunate result was the unintended and unforeseen death of Mr. Neely.”

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