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Lawlessness in San Francisco Blamed on District Attorney Chesa Boudin

Meth-addicted burglar released by Boudin traumatizes young girl

By Katy Grimes, September 13, 2020 9:10 am

The San Francisco Marina Times has a story about a meth-addicted homeless vagrant who was caught on video surveillance in August burgling a commercial building in the Mission District. Members of the San Francisco Police Department recognized the guy and actually knew exactly where he camped.

It turns out the suspect’s tent was only 700 yards from the commercial building he had just burgled. When police caught up with him, he was not only wearing the same clothes he wore during the burglary, they found 26 grams of methamphetamine in his pockets.

Rather than immediately search the suspect’s tent, the officers prepared a search warrant whereby a San Francisco judge authorized that there was a high probability this suspect was the burglar,” the Marina Times reported. “Mission police officers used the judge’s approval to search the suspect’s tent and found items that the victim later confirmed were his.”

Normally one would say “good work SFPD,” but not SF DA Chesa Boudin. “Boudin’s office found the surveillance video was insufficient to identify the suspect.   Boudin’s attorneys deemed that because no DNA or fingerprints were found at the crime scene, they elected not to prosecute either the burglary or the methamphetamine crimes.”

Boudin is increasingly being blamed for legally dubious decisions such as this.

⁩Now Boudin blames his lack of prosecutions on ⁦SFPD not making arrests — “by comparing it to ordering an omelet at a restaurant from a waiter who is a cop who then won’t give you the omelet or even part of the omelet so you can’t eat the omelet,” Marina Times Tweeted.

The District Attorney’s office posted a youtube video of a virtual town hall on Twitter where the DA explains his pretzel logic.

During the District Attorney’s virtual town hall, one participant asked Boudin if it is true that with burglaries up 40% in San Francisco, he heard the DA’s office has been calling victims and asking them not to file charges.

“Many say we don’t prosecute property crimes,” Boudin said. “That is a lie. We prosecute property crimes every day.”

“There are those who want to undermine the criminal justice system we are engaged in every day.”

He said it is people who “don’t believe in criminal justice reform” who are spreading these lies.

But Boudin’s criminal justice reform is emptying out jails and prisons, and removing bail.

According to the Marina Times, “Boudin’s lack of prosecutions is fueling a burglary epidemic.  Boudin’s term started with a 23% leap in robberies and upticks in burglaries and car break-ins.  After the March 16th Covid-19 shutdown, with retail stores closing and tourists and rental cars disappearing, criminals transitioned to stealing cars, starting fires, and committing burglaries.  Through the shutdown, as of September 1st, burglaries exploded up 57.6% over the same period last year.  (Year-to-date homicides are up 33% under Boudin.)”

As for the meth-head burglar who was released and then traumatized a young girl, On August 27th, per an SFPD News Release, after his release, “that same Market Street suspect committed a more serious burglary in the Portola district.  This time the victim was a juvenile girl at home by herself when she found the Market Street burglar ‘exposing himself and engaging in sexual gratification’ in her living room.  The burglar ‘approached the young girl in her bedroom, attempted to physically control her and block her escape.’   The girl was able to escape the room and call her father who returned home and controlled the burglar until SFPD arrived.”

Many want to know how District Attorney Chesa Boudin can continue to violate his oath of office and flaunt his disdain for the State Constitution. As one San Francisco resident told the Globe, “Things have gotten so very bad ……….. things are happening beyond imagination and belief.  Something has to be done to return to some sense of sanity.”

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48 thoughts on “Lawlessness in San Francisco Blamed on District Attorney Chesa Boudin

  1. Elections have consequences.

    Please understand how and who raised him, he is the second generation of domestic terrorists.
    Per NBC news 2019:
    In 1981, when Chesa Boudin was 14 months old, his parents — members of the radical and violent Weather Underground — left him with a babysitter so they could take part in an armored car robbery. It became one of New York’s most notorious botched heists, a crime that left two police officers and a Brink’s truck guard dead in a New York suburb.
    He was then raised by the infamous Bill Ayers.
    It is no mistake he is now the San Francisco District Attorney.
    With all this known he still was elected into office , the voters let the fox into the hen house!
    San Francisco citizens should recall him for Dereliction of Duty.

    Wake up Californians, we are losing a sense of community, safety and well being.

    Katy, once again THANK YOU for bringing this story to us. It needs to be reported as I can tell you not on local news tv news station has shared the details that you just did.


    1. I live here and voted against him because I thought electing a DA who was previously a public defender seemed like a bad idea to me. However, none of his opponents made an issue of his soft on crime philosophy and pushed to defeat him in the General election.

    2. The Weather Underground acted in support of a group of radical Black sociopaths who had it in mind to create a separate Black nation in the Deep South, and all without consulting anyone, taking a poll, a census, or simply sticking a damp finger up into the air. — The Rev. Jim Jones was a follow up act: Psychopathia 2.0.

  2. When we hear about this kind of crap happening in already-troubled San Francisco under D.A. Chesa Boudin I think a lot of us who don’t even live there wrack our brains to try to figure out WHAT CAN BE DONE about this as a practical matter, now that a creep like Boudin is sitting in the San Francisco D.A.’s office after being “elected.”

    Let’s see… there are (apparently) no consequences to violating one’s Oath of Office, we cannot re-do what may very well have been a sketchy election, I don’t think CA’s Atty General is able to act on behalf of SF residents even if he weren’t corrupt — etc. Recall is an option but takes time, money, energy, and a coalition which may or may not even exist in SF, and I guess a citizen could make a complaint to the State Bar in an effort to have Boudin disbarred, in which case if he weren’t able to practice law he couldn’t be District Attorney, but that is probably a long shot, especially in California. What is the answer?

    One thing we know for sure is that street criminals show an amazing ability to catch on quickly that there is no danger from someone like Chesa Boudin as D.A.: The bad guys seem to know immediately — and maybe even BEFORE San Francisco residents catch on — that it will mean a free-for-all for them and for all criminal activity.

  3. This guy ran on a platform of increasing public urination. SF only elected this guy because Charlie Manson was not available. The Democrats in this state are so far gone that they are actively destroying their own homes as fast as they can.

    1. The Weather Underground acted in support of a group of radical Black sociopaths who had it in mind to create a separate Black nation in the Deep South, and all without consulting anyone, taking a poll, a census, or simply sticking a damp finger up into the air. — The Rev. Jim Jones was a follow up act: Psychopathia 2.0.

  4. The ongoing laboratory experiment known as California. If you have an IQ of at least room temperature, pack your sheet and get out while you can.

  5. You voted for him, you got him. This is what you asked for, and received. DO NOT tell “poor me” stories! I LAUGH at Frisco! You deliberately cut yourselves open with your own knives and now you want mommy to make your boo-boo better? Not on your life — this is FAR to entertaining! Vote in this Marxist turd again next time. The rest of us need the amusement.

  6. California is a failed state. The core responsibility of any government is the protection of its law abiding citizens from the predations of law breakers. Once this core responsibility has been abandoned it is no longer necessary for that government to exist.

  7. The left destroys every good thing. Happy now, sanctimonious leftists? Enjoy what you have wrought, satisfied that you have good intentions, regardless of the consequences.

  8. Frisco: you’re getting exactly what you deserve. You voted for this dummy ideologue, and now you’re getting the consequences. But, like spoiled little children, you can’t see the connection. I used to enjoy going there to visit; I’ll probably never go back to Frisco again….

  9. This is how you overthrow a government. Put hardcore commies in positions of responsibility. Soros, et al, send in their storm troopers to loot and burn. The head cop, either a hard core commie or political pawn, tells the cops to stand down. The commie DA “declines” to prosecute storm troopers, addicts and fellow travelers. But if anyone of the normies tries to defend themselves, the commie DA charges them with a “hate crime” or something so ridiculous it will be thrown out of court. But the 2 or 3 years of the process, with the attendant lawyer cost, IS THE PUNISHMENT! This is headed for a bad end. The commie tools in government must be cleaned out and the storm troopers jailed.

  10. Hi Katy, excellent summary of this failed DA in a failed city, in the failed and totally Democrat state of CA. Also, your use of the appropriate verb, “burgled”, is rare and much appreciated in these troubled times. Thanks!

    1. Ditto. I noticed and liked “burgled” too. 🙂 YAY for Katy.
      Sometimes it’s the little things that lift spirits……ha ha

  11. I keep hearing Soros is behind all these insane DAs across the country. If that is the case, why isn’t someone proving this? I would think that all you would need to do is get a few hundred people that have been harmed because of rioting or poor DA performance and go after Soros. If you could prove any money he paid went to pay rioters, and that he supported that, you could go after his entire fortune, or at least freeze his assets until a five year trial is complete?

    1. This actually seems like a good idea. Is it legally valid? Is it naive? Could it happen?
      In any event, we shouldn’t assume that people have tried and failed to go after Soros because often with such situations one finds out that no one has actually tried.

    2. All you have to do is look at the who funded the campaigns. Kim Foxx and Chesa Boudin are definitely Soros pawns. RealClear Politics has an article that details the funding of his campaign. (Put search terms: “Soros funded DA Chesa Boudin” into a search engine and it will be near the top.) The article says: “I discovered from Boudin’s most recent campaign finance disclosures that one of his top donors is Chloe Cockburn. She is a prominent partner of globalist billionaire George Soros’ Democracy Alliance. Cockburn moderated a crucial 2017 summit with Soros and other deep-pocketed liberal philanthropists to strategize on taking over local and state offices to reclaim “our progressive future.” Other bigwig Boudin donors hail from the Soros-allied Tides Foundation and Soros-funded Brennan Center for Justice.”

  12. I wonder why AG Barr isn’t actively investigating the funding behind these communist DA’s myself…
    Time to bring the RICO laws to bear on these treasonous seditionists…

  13. One thing that IS happening is that the DOJ is filing federal charges when they can if these crappy D.A.s have ignored or gone against what their prosecutorial responsibilities are supposed to be. Check out this article about left-wing Philadelphia D.A. Larry Krasner:
    Also check out the DOJ website from time to time to see the sorts of cases that are being filed and prosecuted that the local prosecutors have ignored.

  14. The only reason boudin is the da, is because of ranked choice voting. He would not have won in a runoff election. He is a menace and needs to be recalled

    1. Thank you for bringing this up. I suspected ranked-choice voting was a factor in this but I don’t live in SF so wasn’t sure how much of a factor it was. People who want to reign over us and/or retain their ill-gotten power spend A LOT of time focused on the METHOD of voting, so it is obviously an important way to manipulate our vote. I have seen it with my own eyes with, for instance, the local school board. Their aim is not fairness. Of course there are also other ways of rigging elections and we are seeing that, big time, now.

  15. This is bullshit – your entire source is “according to marina times”?? You call yourself a journalist? Way to slander someone without providing actual facts. Typical Fox News affiliate crap.

  16. There’s no way in hell I would allow a motherfucker like Boudin to destroy what’s left of my community!! Someone needs to fix that shit!!

  17. Who in their sane mind would even vote for Boudin given his unstable, pre-psychopathic beginnings in life?!? Obviously he was affected by what happened to his parents, and was also influenced by their ideological belief system growing up as he was raised by other like-minded group members from the Weather Underground!
    While I do believe in an individual case-by-case approach when dealing with criminal charges, especially when dealing with repeat offenders, by completely absolving the alleged of all possible real and serious consequences, why wouldn’t they just keep doing what they do or know best?? It’s logic and basic common sense, particularly for anyone whose worked or is working in the legal realm. I don’t nearly have as much legal history or experience as Boudin, but even I can recognize this!
    The citizens of San Fran, Cali voted for Boudin and he ultimately won (albeit by a slim margin), so unfortunately until the next round of DA elections, this destructive, tyrannical nimrod is stuck driving San Fran’s justice system into the ground. I do truly hope that the police fight back and continue the good, never-ending, hard work that they do 24/7, and just keep dumping these criminals and repeat offenders back into the system and right into Boudin’s lap. Everyone already sees through him and his repetitive and vague public excuses…. eventually something has got to give, and hopefully it will be sooner than later!!!

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