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Man Charged For Shootout by Community Center Remains Detained After SDNY Review

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SDNY COURTHOUSE, May 5 – Malik Knox is charged in connection with a shoot-out in broad daylight near a community center.

On May 5, U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge George B. Daniels held a detention review hearing. Inner City Press covered it.

  The Assistant US Attorney emphasized the brazen nature of the shootout, and included the transcript of the previous detention hearing before SDNY Judge Alison J. Nathan.   

 Judge Daniels cited a seemingly lack of candor, and said he would not overturn the determination of Judge Nathan.

He noted the possible five or ten year mandatory minimum sentence the defendant faces. The next conference was set for July 13, at 10 am.

The case is US v. Knox, 21-cr-46 (Daniels)


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