Manhattan, NY – Alvin Bragg, the Manhattan District Attorney with ties to billionaire George Soros and currently prosecuting former President Donald Trump on multiple felony counts, has raised eyebrows by offering plea deals to six out of nine illegal aliens implicated in the vicious attack on two New York Police Department (NYPD) officers in January.

The incident, which occurred on January 27 outside a taxpayer-funded migrant shelter in midtown Manhattan, was captured on surveillance and police body camera footage. A mob of Venezuelan illegal aliens assaulted the NYPD officers, leading to charges being filed against nine individuals involved.

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According to the New York Post, Bragg’s office has extended plea deals to six of the accused illegal aliens. These deals include Yohenry Brito (24), Ulises Bohorquez (21), and Darwin Gomez-Izquiel (19) who have been offered second-degree assault charges with just a one-year prison sentence.

Notably, Brito received his plea offer despite his recent arrest for shoplifting children’s clothes and perfumes from Macy’s flagship store while out on bail in the cop-attack case. Bragg’s office has released him in the shoplifting case as well.

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Additionally, Kelvin Servita Arocha (19) and Wilson Juarez (21), both members of the violent Tren de Aragua gang from Venezuela, have been offered plea deals for obstructing a government administration, carrying a mere six-month prison term.

Another defendant, Yorman Reveron (24), has been offered a plea deal entailing a two-year prison sentence for second-degree assault.

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Critics have expressed concerns over Bragg’s lenient approach towards the accused illegal aliens, particularly amidst his ongoing prosecution of Donald Trump on 34 felony charges related to an alleged hush money scheme.

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The plea deals offered by Bragg’s office have triggered a debate about the district attorney’s priorities and the potential impact on public safety.

It remains to be seen how these plea offers will play out, raising questions about the fairness and proportionality of justice in Manhattan’s legal system.

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