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A Mother’s Fight for Justice for her son, Sgt. Hason Correa
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Sgt. Hason Correa isn’t just a faceless name. He was a son, a father, a husband, a friend, uncle, and a retired soldier having served in Afghanistan. However, none of that seemed to matter when Manhattan Supreme Court Judge Ellen Biben allowed one of his accused murderers, a woman, to walk on the streets on a $12,000 bail. The judge reconciled her decision for the lower bail of $250,000 to $12,000, citing the children of the woman as her reason.
Madeline Brame, the mother of Sgt. Correa joins the hosts of “After Dark” to discuss her son’s 2018 murder and what she is doing to get justice. Brame said her son was stabbed 11 times in Harlem, New York, by four people he didn’t know. She said it was two brothers, one sister, and their male friend who attacked her son and his father and then left them in the streets to die. While the father survived the brutal attack, Hason did not.
Brame says her life became a living hell following her son’s death. She describes her son as a “hero and protector” who was musically talented. She said her goal is to get justice for her son and make certain no one else has to go through what she is going through.
Madeline Brame is the founder of Rescue Angel and New York state director of BLEXIT. She has appeared on numerous media outlets promoting stricter policies on violent crimes. Her son Jason Correa was stabbed to death in Harlem in 2018. She is now calling for changes to the cities liberal bail reform policies that allowed her son’s accused killers to walk free.
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