Harrison David Released
Written by Bwog Staff
According to the New York City Department of Correction, Harrison David has just been released from the Manhattan Detention Center after thirteen days in prison. All five of the students arrested in “Operation Ivy League” have now been released but not yet tried. Bwog is waiting on comment from David’s lawyer.
Update, 2:21 p.m.: Samuel Feldman, Harrison David’s public defender, says that he has not heard from David in several days. According to Feldman, this means that David has hired a private defender.
Update, 2:47 p.m.: According to Kati Cornell from Special Narcotics, Harrison David does have a new lawyer, Matthew Myers of Myers, Singer and Galiardo LLP. Myers’ bio says that his “practice principle” is, “Weak people believe in luck. The strong believe in cause & effect.” Cornell confirms that David has been released on bail, and specified that it was David’s father who furnished bail.
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