Chief’s Assailant Released

PUBLISHED: 1:00 PM 17 Jul 2020
UPDATED: 5:08 PM 17 Jul 2020

NYPD Police Chief Who Kneeled With ‘Protestors’ Beaten, Assailant Released Without Bail

In New York, criminals are free to beat someone, even a police chief, knowing that they will be immediately released without bail, and will not have to serve time if they never show up to court.

The attacker was free to assault others only hours after the brutal attack. (Source: NYPD News Twitter Screenshot)

Many experts argue that the problem with ‘bowing’ to a mob of violent criminals, is that it never stops. The forced servitude just gets worse and worse.

Perhaps that reality is dawning on ‘woke’ NYPD Police Chief Terence Monahan. He hugged and kneeled with ‘protestors’ last month in New York City, but this week, was savagely beaten by those same BLM ‘protestors.’

The attack was captured on video, but the assailant has been released from custody without bail. In fact, if he simply decides to not appear before the court, he will continue at large until he commits the next crime.

Fox News reported:

The Bronx man who allegedly punched NYPD Chief Terence Monahan and two other officers during protests on the Brooklyn Bridge Wednesday has been released without bail.

Quran Campbell, 25, is accused of socking the highest-ranking uniformed cop several times in the face as Monahan tried to arrest him after Campbell had allegedly punched another NYPD officer and lieutenant near the Manhattan approach to the bridge.

Campbell was arraigned on assault charges in Manhattan criminal court and was granted supervised release.

A second Bronx man, Banks Shaborn, 25, was also arraigned Thursday after allegedly clocking the same lieutenant, Richard Mack, of the department’s Strategic Response Group, multiple times in the face during the scuffle.

The suspects allegedly broke both of Mack’s orbital bones, sending him to the hospital for 12 stitches on his face after the melee. Monahan said he suffered some bruises and jammed fingers, but was otherwise fine.

Police said they recovered a Taser from Shaborn’s pocket and a folding knife from his shoe.

Shaborn, who faces assault and criminal possession charges, was held on $10,000 bail.

The bridge brawl broke out Wednesday morning when social justice protesters in Manhattan disrupted a pro-NYPD march as it sallied forth from Brooklyn over the Brooklyn Bridge.

The NYPD said 37 people were arrested in the mayhem, which came after days of pro-NYPD and counter-BLM protesters clashes in neighborhoods like Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, and Bayside, Queens.

Twitchy compiled a list of tweets concerning the incident:

Four NYPD officers, including Chief of Department Terence Monahan, were injured today during dueling marches in front of City Hall:

These are the injuries our officers sustained.

— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) July 15, 2020

Violence, not stopped:

The Power of Prayer – Stop the Violence

— SBA (@SBANYPD) July 15, 2020

Chief Monahan had actually taken a knee with Black Lives Matter protesters in June, but today he was attacked:

Chief Monahan broke ranks & kneeled with #BLM protestor & today he was attacked. @abc7ny

— Darla Miles (@DarlaMiles7) July 15, 2020

From 1010 Wins:

The march—which included community leaders, elected officials, law enforcement groups and congregants from faith-based institutions—ran into counter-protesters who’ve been camped outside City Hall to call for the NYPD to be defunded.

At least 37 people were arrested, including 23 men and 14 women, police said.

Video here:

Three officers violently attacked by protesters crossing the Brooklyn Bridge. The officers sustained serious injuries.

This is not peaceful protest, this will not be tolerated.

— NYPD NEWS (@NYPDnews) July 15, 2020

And here’s video from back in June:

Highest-ranking uniformed member of the NYPD takes a knee with protesters following the death of George Floyd.

Chief of Department Terence Monahan urged demonstrators to “be safe” as he hugged them.

— ABC News (@ABC) June 2, 2020