SOROS IS A LIEUTENANT OF THIS RAT YOU SEE WHO POKES FAKE BRITISH “royalty”, BUT REAL PEDOS, WITH HIS FINGER WHILE THEY SHUT THE HELL UP AND STAND AT ATTENTION!
“It’s unfortunate that we have people that do not have enough education to keep their mouth shut for once so we can talk,”District Attorney George Gascon said Friday, outside a courthouse in Pomona, California.
A woman in the crowd responded by saying, “My son can never speak again because he was murdered. He was kidnapped, tortured, and murdered. My son matters.”
Gascon later issued a statement to Fox 11 Los Angeles, saying he didn’t know who was shouting while he was trying to speak. “I did not understand what they were yelling about until later, let alone that they were victims,” he said. “Regardless, it’s not how I should have reacted.” He added that he plans to contact the family to “hear them out.”
The 65-year-old prosecutor, who was born in Cuba and was previously San Francisco’s DA, took office in Los Angeles earlier this month, after being elected with more than $2.5 million in campaign funding from Soros, who has helped install far-left prosecutors across the US. Gascon quickly angered families of crime victims by announcing such policies as banning the death penalty, stopping use of cash bail and directing prosecutors to help criminals who were sentenced too harshly in the past win reductions to their prison terms – even as they struggle to keep up with surging crime.
Gascon also banned prosecutors in the nation’s largest DA’s office from seeking sentences of life in prison without parole in especially heinous cases – those involving “special circumstances.” One beneficiary of the new policy is Rhett Nelson, who allegedly murdered Russian snowboarding star Dmitry Koltsov and Deputy Sheriff Joseph Gilbert Solano in June 2019. About an hour after leaving Koltsov to die on the sidewalk, Nelson allegedly shot Solano in the back of the head while the deputy waited in line at an Alhambra fast-food restaurant.
After a public backlash over his decision, Gascon said on Friday that he would allow for use of special circumstances in certain types of cases, including hate crimes and cases involving child or elder abuse. Killing a law enforcement officer is still not considered a special circumstance by Gascon, however.