‘Sanctuary Church’ Frees from Jail Illegal Alien Charged with Attacking NYPD

One of only two undocumented immigrants released on bail after New York City Police Department (NYPD) officers mobbed an immigrant last month is free again, thanks to a bond posted by a so-called “sanctuary church” in Brooklyn. Now I can walk around town.

On January 27, surveillance footage and police footage showed a group of undocumented Venezuelans assaulting two NYPD officers outside a taxpayer-funded immigrant shelter in midtown Manhattan. It was captured on body camera footage.

New York City Police Department / Body Cam+ /TMX

So far, only two of the seven illegal aliens charged with assault have been ordered released on bail at New York City’s Rikers Island, and the rest have been released immediately thanks to New York State’s bail reform law.

now, according to of new york postan illegal alien out on bail was back on the city’s streets after a Brooklyn sanctuary posted his $15,000 bail.

the only immigrant held in prison Mass attack on two New York City police officers in Times Square Activist Brooklyn priest now free after posting $15,000 bailthe post has learned. [Emphasis added]

Yohenry Brito, 24 years old; He is being held on Rikers Island for the Jan. 27 attack on a police officer and is expected to be arraigned on assault charges this week. He was released from prison Tuesday after Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Bay Ridge held a fundraiser.said the church pastor. [Emphasis added]

“Our church is basically a sanctuary,” Pastor Juan Ruiz told the Post. on wednesday. “We assume people are innocent until proven otherwise.” [Emphasis added]

Yarwin Madris, 18, an illegal immigrant from Venezuela, was arrested this week on suspicion of attack and is being held on bail.

Meanwhile, the five illegal aliens are 24-year-old Yeoman Rebellon, 22-year-old Joao Boada, 21-year-old Wilson Juarez, 19-year-old Darwin Andres Gomez Izquiel, and 19-year-old This is Kelvin Servita Arrocha. — All were charged with assault but were released without bail.

Boada was photographed leaving a Manhattan courthouse with his camera turned off earlier this month after his arrest, which went viral online.

Gomez Izquiel was arrested on suspicion of robbing a Macy’s in Queens and returned to New York City police custody several weeks later. Similarly, Mr. Juarez and Mr. Arocha currently work for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). parental authority But he is scheduled to return to court in Manhattan this week.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg (D), who has financial ties to billionaire George Soros, has come under fire for releasing most of the illegal aliens accused of attacking New York City police officers. Bathing.

Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg attends a press conference in New York, Tuesday, February 7, 2023. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

For example, Republicans in the New York State Senate are calling on Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul to remove Mr. Bragg from his position as district attorney.

Hochul hasn’t called Bragg’s name yet. tell Media: “Don’t let them out” [of jail]”You apply for bail, the judge grants it, and then they hold people until they know exactly what happened.”

However, District Attorney Bragg’s office has not sought bail for most of the undocumented immigrants charged in the attacks.

John Binder is a reporter for Breitbart News. Please email Follow him on Twitter here.



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