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New York Judge Weighs Dismissing Charges Against Former Marine In Jordan Neely Killing

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A former U.S. Marine sergeant, Daniel Penny, charged with manslaughter for killing a homeless man, Jordan Neely, on the New York City subway, has been denied his motion to dismiss the indictment by Judge Maxwell Wiley.

Penny, who put Neely in a chokehold while on a subway train, has pleaded not guilty to charges of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide.

The incident sparked public attention and debate, with Penny claiming self-defense and others viewing Neely as a victim.

The case has also raised discussions about the city’s systems for homeless and mentally ill individuals.

Penny is due back in court on March 20.

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