A woman whose son was stabbed in New York City is blaming Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg for releasing violent criminals onto the streets while he wastes significant time and resources trying to charge Donald Trump with multiple misdemeanors.

Madeline Brame lost her son, Sgt. Hason Correa, in 2018. He was a U.S. Army veteran who served in Afghanistan and a married father of three. On October 19, 2018, he was stabbed to death in Harlem by two brothers, their sister, and a fourth man.

Army Sgt. Hason Correa

On Wednesday, Brame appeared on Fox News’s “Fox & Friends,” where she scoffed at Bragg’s recent statement that no one is “above the law” after indicting Trump for his own professional gain.

Brame criticized Bragg’s statement, saying that murderers seem to be above the law in New York City.

Madeline Brame

Brame has seen Bragg’s indifference towards real justice. Her son’s killer was sentenced to 20 years to life in prison, but the other two defendants were offered plea deals by Bragg.

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“If no one is above the law, then I don’t understand how Alvin Bragg could dismiss murder and gang assault indictments against two of the people involved in the murder of my son,” Brame said. “Because it seems to me that murderers are above the law in New York City.”

“So, all of this ‘no one is above the law’ nonsense is just that – it’s nonsense,” she said.

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“We see it every single day in the Black and Brown communities,” she added. “Every day, all day. Everyone is above the law. They’re not even making it to the DA’s office. The cases are not even being prosecuted. Period.”

“They’re being released from the precincts with a desk appearance ticket and a referral to a community-based organization that has shown no measurable outcomes of effectiveness of what they’re doing with our millions and billions of tax dollars,” continued Brame.

Brame, who is a “proud Black conservative,” wrote a letter to Bragg last year questioning his approach to achieving justice for her son and his family.

“Why would you dismiss murder charges against half of the participants, when the murder and their roles were caught on video?” asked Brame. “The video, the facts, the evidence, and the law about the murder did not change in three years – the only thing that changed was the District Attorney. Our family and our community deserve better.”

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