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Man charged with attacking police in Times Square, vilified in Trump ad, was misidentified, DA says

  • Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg cleared a Venezuelan man, initially accused of assaulting a police officer in Times Square, of any wrongdoing after further investigation.
  • Jhoan Boada, highlighted in a pro-Trump political ad for allegedly kicking an officer, was not involved in the attack. The actual perpetrator has been charged and awaits arraignment.
  • Boada, represented by attorney Javier Damien, faced unfair judgment by media, police, and officials. Despite earlier vilification, he was ultimately exonerated.
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