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‘I Respect’ Bragg Dropping Some Columbia Chaos Charges, He Decided School Will Handle Those He Couldn’t I.D.

On Friday’s broadcast of “The PM Rush” on New York’s 1010 WINS, New York City Mayor Eric Adams (D) said he respected Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s decision to drop some of the charges related to the Columbia University riots, saying Bragg had decided “that those who failed to obtain proper identification from the university, which is Columbia University, will address that issue at the local level.” He also said he would “continue to make sure that our police officers are enforcing the law against those who break the law.”

Adams said: [are] Various levels[s] It has to do with the criminal justice system. I have control over the law enforcement side of things. But there is a justice system, there are prosecutors, and I respect each of those areas in how they respond to protect the public safety of our city. I have been in contact with the district attorney. [Bragg]”He’s still prosecuting those who assaulted police officers, and he’s based his sentences on those who failed to obtain proper identification from the school. Columbia University will address this issue at the local level. But I respect his decision, and I will continue to ensure that those who break the law, the police officers, continue to enforce the law.”

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