You did not read the article you linked in post #7?
Two others were arrested along with Nicole: Manhattan resident Katherine Stone, 34, and Argenis Rivera, 33, a career criminal with a violent past,
Rivera was held on $10,000 bail after authorities noted his October arrest
for allegedly strangling a mom pushing her 2-year-old in a stroller in Chelsea.
Oh, you mean him. Note that unlike your girl Candy Nicole, he was not released on his own recognizance, but that he has to post bail. And he was not released, at least not yet. According to the NYC Inmate Lookup
tool, he is currently housed in EMTC. He really should be held on remand because he violated conditions of his previous bail, but with NY bail deform laws (thanks, idiots up in Albany!) he probably won't be. And yes, I posted about the bonkers NY bail deform law previously.
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Note also that while he has a more violent prior, during the riots Nicole punched two officers, i.e. two violent felony counts. That should have landed her in jail, and not just with a desk appearance ticket. So why was she released with no bail?
As to why they published her photo and not his, who knows. Maybe the photographer did not get a good angle on his arrest. The fact is, both should be in jail. Why do you think what she did was insignificant and not worthy of being reported? And are you dropping the but about questioning the Post's reporting on this matter?