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Trump Prosector Alvin Bragg Drops Most Criminal Charges Against Pro-Hamas Extremists At Columbia University

  Manhattan District Attorney   Alvin Bragg’s   office dropped the majority of criminal charges that were filed against pro-Hamas extremists...

 Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office dropped the majority of criminal charges that were filed against pro-Hamas extremists earlier this year after they stormed Columbia University.

Bragg — who prosecuted former President Donald Trump in a highly controversial case because he claimed that no one is above the law — dismissed the trespassing charges against 31 of the 46 defendants.

His office claimed that there was a lack of evidence to tie the suspects to the takeover of the Ivy League school’s Hamilton Hall, which garnered significant national news coverage.

“This is turnstile justice,” Michael Nussbaum, a 25-year member of the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, told the New York Post. “This a green light for chaos, a green light for destroying property.”

Police sources raged at the move by Bragg, who is backed by Democrat megadonor George Soros, telling the publication that the decision to toss out the charges was outrageous.

“Lack of evidence?” one police officer responded. “Apparently body-worn camera wasn’t enough?”

Another said: “We have a DA giving them what amounts to a mandate to push the envelope further now.”

A popular conservative attorney responded to the news by posting on X that it was “impossible to ignore the fact that his office pursues political vendettas while giving actual criminals a pass.”


Senior CNN political commentator Scott Jennings highlighted the contrast in how Bragg decided to go after Trump vs. the pro-Hamas extremists.

“Trump – filed the wrong sex paperwork / 34 felonies!” he posted on X. “Vandals and terrorist sympathizers – meh, go about your business.”

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