There’s a growing legion of horror stories about violent attacks by thugs with extensive criminal records who were let go after they were arrested. Here’s the latest and one of the more disgusting horror stories coming out of the pro-crime hellhole that politicians created in New York City.
The sicko who allegedly smashed his own feces in a Bronx straphanger’s face joked with cops that “s–t happens” before sneering to a Bronx judge, “F–k you, bitch.”
Frank Abrokwa, 37, was busted Monday at his homeless shelter in connection to the revolting Feb. 21 attack, according to cops and police sources.
Ultimately, Abrokwa was freed without bail — because the charges against him were not bail-eligible under the state’s bail reform laws, despite prosecutors’ request for him to be held on $15,000 bond, or $5,000 cash.
But just after being freed in the Bronx, Abrokwa was nabbed in connection to the Brooklyn hate crime.
In that case, Abrokwa approached a 46-year-old man on Utica Avenue near Park Place in Crown Heights around 5:30 p.m. Sept. 9 and snarled, “F–king Jew, I’m going to kill you,” cops said.
Cuomo crony, Gov. Kathy Hochul, is absolutely in favor of this, and is doubling down on freeing criminals right after they’re arrested.
Gov. Kathy Hochul on Wednesday rejected renewed calls to give judges new powers to keep pre-trial suspects behind bars, delivering a potential setback to a key part of Mayor Eric Adams’ new plan to tackle gun violence.
“I will absolutely stand behind the fundamental premise on why we needed bail reform in the first place.”
We needed it so criminals could be set free to commit more crimes right after they’re arrested.
Hochul insisted that she doesn’t change her stance based on the direction of political winds, promising to carefully consider data and arguments presented to her.
And consider her security detail and the fact that she doesn’t need to ride the subway or worry about any of the things that the ordinary people victimized by her pro-crime political faction have to deal with.
Would Hochul turn on a dime if she thought that she might pay a political price for it? Of course she would.
But that’s the problem with one-party states. They create a fixation on pandering to the crazies in the party while dismissing moderates, independents, and the other side as completely irrelevant. If the New York GOP were capable of mounting a political challenge based on this nightmare, Hochul wouldn’t be as supportive of setting criminals loose to prey on innocent people. But this is a party talking about running George Pataki again. So instead Hochul is trying to keep AOC, BLM, and the rest of her own party’s radical wing off her back by making sure that criminals are free to roam the streets.