Alvin Bragg

Alvin Bragg Admits He’s Terrified of NYC Subway Crime

As many of you are aware by now, Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg filed charges against former President Donald Trump earlier this year regarding a hush money payment made to adult film star Stormy Daniels.

Currently, the case is still working its way through the court system, leaving many anxious about the concluding results.

The crime rate in New York City is growing increasingly alarming, with a particular rise of violence on the city’s subways.

Bragg recently expressed his fears about the rising levels of crime in NYC.

The public perception points to an increase in criminal activity, despite NYPD statistics that show otherwise.

Furthermore, last month a federal judge heard arguments from Trump’s legal team to move his case out of a Manhattan courtroom and into federal jurisdiction.

Alvin Bragg – who has been criticized for being soft on crime – knows very well that statistics show transit crime is down however, he still worries when his family members board trains due to fear of potential danger.

He insists there is still more work to be done and believes targeted enforcement will help bring down criminal activity but many residents feel like they have not seen any difference yet.

One building superintendent recounted how he was painting over graffiti near he entrance when he witnessed someone smashing up a car with a baseball bat.

Another resident said it depends on where you are and what time of day you go out as some places may be riskier than others while one longtime resident claimed to have had no incidents so far themselves.

Despite all these reports of rising crime levels, Judge Alvin Hellerstein heard arguments from Trump’s legal team regarding his 34-count indictment by Bragg concerning payments made during his 2016 campaign run for presidency.

They asked that the case be moved into federal jurisdiction rather than remain within Manhattan courts but were met with refusal from Judge Halverstein who argued that writing personal checks does not constitute an official act thus rendering their argument void.

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