San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, who was Hugo Chavez’s trusted propagandist, translator and advisor, just stepped in a hot steaming pile of controversy.
A drunk driver accused by police of killing two pedestrians in downtown San Francisco on New Year’s Eve, and in a stolen car, is a parolee who remained free despite being arrested several times in the city in recent months, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
And District Attorney Chesa Boudin said his office opted instead to refer each case to state parole agents.
“Troy Ramon McAlister, a 45-year-old city resident who was released on April 10 from a state prison sentence for robbery, was not charged with new crimes by the District Attorney’s Office after any of last year’s arrests, the most recent of which occurred on Dec. 20.”
And all Chesa Boudin had to say about this was to blame the “mistake” on inadequate parole supervision.
“We referred these cases to parole because we believed there was a greater likelihood of him being held accountable and having the kind of intervention that would protect the public and break this cycle of recidivism,” Boudin said.
He added, sounding sociopathic, “clearly, it was a mistake to think parole supervision would be adequate.”
Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert is very clear on why this parolee is not locked up: “When you put a public defender in to be the chief law officer, you can expect him to side with criminals and not victims.”
Not willing to be thrown under the bus, the state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, which runs parole, redirected attention to the DA’s offices’ repeated decision not to file charges.
“Our top priority is public safety and we will work with our local partners on this unfortunate incident,” the statement said. “None of the parolee’s arrests following his 2020 release have yet to result in filings of criminal charges by the District Attorney. Our parole office followed all procedures after these incidents, including conducting investigations and making appropriate referrals for the individual.
Who is Chesa Boudin?
As the Globe first reported in November 2019 when Chesa Boudin was magically elected after four days of counting ballots, “As anyone who has ever known public defenders and district attorneys knows, they are cut from a different cloth.”
The election had many scratching their heads, and started with former San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón, the father of Proposition 47, when he abruptly announced he was moving to Los Angeles to run for District Attorney.
George Gascón, who was born in Havana, Cuba, and was a police officer prior to being appointed to San Francisco District Attorney by then-Mayor Gavin Newsom, was filling the seat that was vacated by outgoing Attorney General-elect Sen. Kamala Harris.
His move to Los Angeles exposed billionaire oligarch George Soros as Gascón’s financial backer helping to spread his dangerous leftist policies to LA County.
Radical Chesa Boudin believes in freeing criminals, while prosecuting police and ICE agents for doing their jobs. He’s no fan of the police. His parents, Kathy Boudin and David Gilbert, convicted terrorists in the Weather Underground, murdered two police officers and a security guard during a 1981 robbery of a Brinks armored security car outside New York City.
“There should be a law that children of terrorists who share their parents’ worldview are barred from holding public office, especially the role of the chief law enforcement officer,” Townhall.com reported. “Boudin’s dad is still in prison so he can’t kill any more cops, but his mother is out. Naturally, she is an assistant professor at Columbia University.”
Boudin may want to rethink his lawless and unconstitutional policies, and lack of compassion for victims’ rights. Wednesday, the Association of Deputy District Attorneys for Los Angeles County filed a civil lawsuit seeking a writ of mandate, as well as declaratory and injunctive relief against LA District Attorney George Gascón, asking him to follow California state constitutional and statutory law. These laws, enacted by the voters and the state legislature, tested and deemed constitutional by the judiciary, must be respected by the executive, the ADDA said.
Within weeks of being sworn in as Los Angeles County’s District Attorney, Gascón, issued radical, unlawful “Special Directives,” commanding the deputy district attorneys of the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office to violate California’s constitution and laws.
Gascón and Boudin sound as if they were cut from the same cloth. But they are violating California’s constitution and laws passed by the Legislature. Victims’ rights need to once again be the focus, rather than these two DAs siding with criminals.
Gascón and Boudin need to be held accountable. Immediately.
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