Remember Jose Alba? He was attacked by a left wing thug because his girlfriend didn’t want to spend $3 on a bag of potato chips. At first Alba resisted, but when he thought his life was in danger he defended himself against the thug who attacked him. That thug died, and Jose Alba was sent to Rikers Island and charged with murder by Soros Manhattan attorney Alvin Bragg. Eventually after backlash, Alba was released and the charges were dropped.
But Mr. Alba is yet another person who has had enough of crime ridden New York City. He’s leaving and going to Dominican Republic which apparently has a better quality of life and is safer than New York. Can’t say I blame Jose Alba at all.
The bodega clerk who was infamously charged with murder for fatally stabbing an assailant has had it with the crime-ridden Big Apple and is returning to the Dominican Republic, pals told The Post on Friday.
“He doesn’t work here anymore. He’s getting ready to move out of the country,” the manager of the Blue Moon convenience store, where the grisly Manhattan stabbing happened July 1, said of Jose Alba, 61.
The store manager, who declined to identify himself, said Alba is headed to Santiago, a city in the Dominican Republic where the former worker is originally from.
“He doesn’t come [to the store anymore], but we go visit him at home from time to time,” the manager said.
Alba is still trying to process what happened to him, including being charged with murder in the self-defense slaying and then finally having the rap dropped amid widespread outcry, said Francisco Marte, the head of a bodega association that has been helping the worker.
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