A fundraising campaign for former Marine Daniel Penny, charged with manslaughter after holding Jordan Neely in a fatal chokehold on the subway, has raised over $800,000. The incident ignited a nationwide debate and protests after a clip of the incident went viral. Penny faces a possible trial, and his legal team launched the campaign to raise funds for his defense. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis shared a link to the fundraiser site with his 1.7 million Twitter followers. The fundraising appeal went live on Thursday and reached $100,000 within 24 hours, and as of Saturday morning EDT, the pot had reached more than $872,000.
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