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Dem-Darling Judge Let Black Woman Walk Who Was Accused of Attack on Asian Musician

Apparently in New York City, committing random acts of crime is perfectly okay, even if it’s your ninth time doing so.
Judge Marva Brown decided to release 23-year-old Amira Hunter after the New Yorker was accused of randomly assaulting a man in the subway playing his cello, according to the New York Post.
Hunter had been previously arrested eight different times for a variety of charges, most recently getting hit with second-degree assault for allegedly striking the musician.

The young woman was put on supervised release with no bail despite prosecutors arguing for either a $15,000 cash bail or a $45,000 bond.
She has previously failed to appear for three of her five court dates for her other criminal charges, creating a strong likelihood she may not be s …

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