• Tue. Jun 25th, 2024

Alvin Bragg’s done more harm than Monroe County DA, gov: Haul HIM in!

Alvin Bragg's done more harm than Monroe County DA, gov: Haul HIM in!


Local upstate officials and even Gov. Kathy Hochul are crying out for accountability from Monroe County District Attorney Sandra Doorley caught on police bodycam video scofflawing at cops over a speeding ticket, telling the officers “I don’t really care” about getting caught breaking the law, bumptiously trying to use her position to intimidate them and even calling one an “a—hole.”

Hochul has referred the matter to the Commission for Prosecutorial Conduct while Rochester City Council members want Attorney General Tish James to investigate.

Good. But why stop with Doorley? We can think of another DA deserving scrutiny: Manhattan’s very own Alvin Bragg. 


Gov. Kathy Hochul should be demanding accountability from Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg in addition to Monroe County DA Sandra Doorley.
Gov. Kathy Hochul should be demanding accountability from Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg in addition to Monroe County DA Sandra Doorley. AP Photo/Frank Franklin II, File

Let’s play the tape back on him

  • In what sure looks like a racially motivated pander to the BLM crowd, he’s prosecuting Daniel Penny for killing deranged vagrant Jordan Neely on a subway. 

Of course, that last isn’t one that AG James could investigate Bragg for, since she did the same with her “civil fraud” suit against Trump over other victimless “wrongdoing.”

As for Hochul: Surely Bragg’s acts represent a worse dereliction of duty than what Doorley did, despicable though it be?

And Bragg brazenly bruited his brutal and brainless agenda the moment he arrived in office, with a now-notorious (and partially disavowed) “Day 1” memo announcing to the world that crime would henceforth effectively be legal.

Haul him on the carpet, Gov! 

Or better still, remove him. 

Then maybe a little of voters’ trust that public servants are actually looking out for the public might be restored.



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