According to reports, Demetrius Harvard of Harvard University is “smiling” because Manhattan A train flew out of the rails on Sunday morning, slipped at least 10 steel beams, A large piece of metal was torn from the car. This is another failure of the system that should protect New Yorkers from disease.
Harvard was accused of throwing metal construction fragments onto the railroad tracks as the train entered West Fourteen Station. The MTA said that the derailment caused nearly $1 million in damages. Fortunately, only three people were injured and no one was killed.
Therefore, after being arraigned in Manhattan Criminal Court on Monday night, he was replaced by cash bail of $50,000. He was charged with assault, criminal tampering, dangerous crime, criminal pranks and illegal interference with railway trains.
But he should have been detained: Earlier this month, he was arraigned for a misdemeanor criminal hoax on suspicion of knocking down an MTA bus with a metal barricade and shattering two windows.
The Manhattan prosecutor did not ask for bail at the time, and Harvard University was granted a supervised release-even though he had already obtained a public seat certificate for not appearing in court in March 201
New Yorkers need criminal justice and mental health systems to protect the public from such threats, whether they are demented or evil. However, even if state and city laws have repeatedly proven to be dangerous, they are increasingly required to be released.
This is a good way to punish the innocent.