Accused Trooper Shooter Moved from Hospital to Prison

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EASTON -- The man charged with shooting a state trooper has been moved to the Northampton County Prison.

Daniel Clary, 22, of Effort, was released from the hospital Sunday and transferred to the prison.

Clary is charged with attempted homicide of a law enforcement officer for a shootout with troopers along Route 33 near Nazareth on November 7.

Pennsylvania State Police Cpl. Seth Kelly was shot several times. He is still in the hospital.

Troopers fired back and shot Clary.


  • El~Ma

    I guess his “F&&& Da POlice” thug imitation didn’t work out as well as he expected. Great. He’ll thrive in prison as someone’s new “bestie.” Hopefully, he’ll be there for the rest of his life and never, EVER see the light of day with free eyes, again. How’s all of that injustice rhetoric working out for Clary, I wonder? I wonder if Kaepernick could spare a few hundred thousand for a brutha’s defense…..naw. Rhetoric, every bit of it.

    • Robert

      Not only will you pay the hospital bill, but your going to pay for his sex change or his cellie’s depending on how the relationship turns out. And, yes to cure anything else he can conjure up for the next 50+ years. He may not be rich, but he will waste the assets of the tax payers like he was one.

    • Robert

      Um, no not new home. He’s going back home. Your DOC genius Wetzel thought he should have a 2nd chance. He wasn’t violent the first time.

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