NYC Judge Allow Career Criminal Indicted On Murder Charges Released On Own Recognizance Without Bail

Liberal NYC prosecutors and judges have turned the city into a criminals paradise

Eugene Clark allegedly assaulted Ramon Luna, who eventually lost consciousness and succumbed to his injuries, according to police. - Credit: New York Post


A career criminal indicted in February on a murder charge for allegedly beating to death a 67-year-old man was freed without bail by a Manhattan judge on Thursday, The Post has learned.

Eugene Clark was on parole when he was initially charged by cops with assault for the Sept. 20, 2020, pummeling of Ramon Luna, 67, who was knocked into a coma before dying from his injuries last August, police sources said.

Clark, 54, allegedly socked Luna in the head, causing the victim to fall to the ground and lose consciousness at the intersection of 125th Street and Lexington Avenue in Harlem, police sources said.

As Luna lay defenseless on the ground, Clark and another man allegedly rifled through the victim’s pockets and snatched some of his belongings, prosecutors said.


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