New York No Bail Policy Lets Assault Suspect Walk After Striking Cop in the Head. And He Has History of Assaulting Police.

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It’s no secret that Big Blue Cities are full of crime. But when you add the New York no bail policy, it leaves criminals free to do whatever they want with no repercussions. Such is the case of Isus Thompson Pepe, 38. In 2008, he knifed an NYPD officer multiple times and went to prison for it. On Sunday, November 14, 2021, he hit a police officer in the head in a random attack and is back out on the street.

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Bronx police Officer Kyo Sun Lee was walking the beat on Sunday, when Thompson approached him from behind and hit him in the back of the head with a backpack that contained a small metal safe, a DVD player, and several adult videos. Thompson was also carrying a box cutter. Less lethal force was employed and Thompson was arrested on six counts including felony assault. He was back on the street before the officers completed their paperwork. It was the no bail policy at work. Fortunately, Officer Lee only received minor injuries.

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Isus Thompson was arrested in 2008 after knifing Queens police officer Demitrios Raptis. He went to prison for attempted murder, serving just two years of a five year sentence. Raptis still has one scar where the knife missed his protective vest. He had to be taken into surgery back then, and is lucky to have survived. This latest incident where another officer was ambushed by the same suspect made him angry at the no bail policy.

I was in shock. I didn’t even know he was out of jail. The guy hit him in the head with a safe and could have killed him…It’s insane. I’m angry. These judges are letting these people go and they’re violent. They’re not looking out for us or the people that we serve. They’re looking out for the criminals.

Queens officer Demitrios Raptis to Fox

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to move off into the sunset soon, but the state itself also has a no bail policy. Being run by Democrats, that narrative that criminals need to be coddled and saved from consequences is rampant. The problem is, these violent people are being let out after arrest and are free to commit the same offenses again. In this case, an NYPD officer could have been killed, and they’ve had too many fallen officers already.

A new Prosecutor will be taking the helm soon in the Bronx, one who says that he’s going to “hold cops accountable.” As Bob McManus said in the New York Post, that probably means “Harsh on cops; soft on crooks.” 


Featured Screenshot: Isus Thompson Pepe mugshot, New York City

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