Review and Outlook by The Editorial Board

Episode 103

WSJ Opinion: Charging Daniel Penny, the Subway Samaritan

Whatever happens at trial, one certain outcome is that the charges against Mr. Penny will deter others from intervening in situations that could get out of hand.

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Review and Outlook: A crowdfunded defense fund now exceeds $2 million for a 24-year-old Marine veteran who intervened to subdue a mentally ill man behaving erratically on the New York City subway. Images: Reuters/Zuma Press/Getty Images Composite: Mark Kelly

Review and Outlook by The Editorial Board

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