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Damon Bailey For Subway Shooting & Robbing Chase Is One of Several Detained in SDNY

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, Oct 27 – A man charged with robbing a bank branch on Canal and Lafayette Street in Chinatown, then shooting a victim in the Union Square subway station on 14th Street, was presented in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Magistrates Court on October 27, before Magistrate Judge Barbara C. Moses. She detained him pending trial.

  Inner City Press closely covered Judge Moses "bail or jail" decisions on October 27 - the release of Roland Miller charged with drugs in Rochester, the detention of a Connecticut motorcycle mechanic found with two Glocks trying to buy 15 kilos of cocaine.

 On Bailey the prosecutors announced "DAMON BAILEY was arrested yesterday at Union Square subway station, one day after allegedly shooting a fellow train rider during rush hour at that station.  Today BAILEY was charged in a criminal Complaint with being a felon in possession of a firearm in connection with the subway shooting and an attempted deli robbery, with robbing two banks in Manhattan [Chase Bank and TD Bank] at gunpoint on October 25, 2021 and October 26, 2021, and with brandishing a firearm in connection with those bank robberies.  BAILEY was presented today in Manhattan federal court before United States Magistrate Judge Barbara Moses." So were these other men.

  The larger of the two men was said to be addicted to heroin, and named in only one of the four counts. He was ordered released into a residential drug program.

  He barely spoke, even to his lawyer. He did not, as Bailey has, says "Your Honor, that’s some bullsh*t,They made that s–t up. Where they get this sh*t from? I did not rob nobody for no cellphone. The sh*t with the cellphone is a lie." h/t “Mr. Bailey, be quiet,” Judge Moses said. Later on she told subtle jokes, like about a defendant getting along with this ex-girlfriend perhaps indicating risk of flight.

The second man, the lead defendant though smaller and younger, was said to be motorcycle repairman in Connecticut.
  But as Judge Moses said, he had two Glocks and a previous charge of fleeing the police. He was ordered detained. His CJA lawyer asked that he be put in Essex, given a recent death in the MDC in Brooklyn he alluded to. (Scheinin?)

 Detailed medical orders were taken and the Mag court day (evening) was over.

This case is US v. Bailey, 21-mj-10305 (Moses)



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