Suspect sucker punches NY cop on camera. Is immediately released by judge

Suspect sucker punches NY cop on camera. Is immediately released by judge
Perpetrator takes poke at cop, melee ensues. (Image: CBSN New York screen grab)

[Ed. – Who’s had enough of the Democrats’ redefinition of ‘crime’ and ‘punishment’?]

New York City continues to descend into chaos under the administration of Mayor Bill de Blasio, particularly when it comes to the rule of law. We’ve already witnessed multiple instances of people dumping buckets of water on police officers as they perform their duties. There are weekly “protests” in Brooklyn, where marching vandals chant “F*** the Police” and demand that the cops be banned from subway stations so they can more easily commit crimes. And in the latest incident, a suspect sucker-punched a member of the NYPD right in front of other officers. And thanks to the lax rules being pushed by City Hall, the suspect was back out on the street almost immediately. … Police say 40-year-old Steven Haynes punched an officer after being asked to leave the middle of an intersection where he was sitting.

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