This is the future of law enforcement under the Democratic party and a crystal clear example as to why electing any Democrat to public office is a danger to public safety. If the Democrats want to eliminate “conspiracy” chatter, people like this MUST be driven out of the party AND public office. Not that it even needs to be stated, but this is yet another Soros DA - his own deputies are now fearful of reprisals:
“A lot of DDAs (deputy district attorneys) are really scared,” said Hatami. “They are sending people to court to monitor what we say. They are working with the public defenders and alternate public defenders to intimidate us and document what we do and what we say.”
The nearly 15-year veteran of the DA’s office fought back tears as he criticized Gascon’s Special Directive, which effectively ends cash bail, the death penalty and sentencing enhancements in all L.A. County prosecutions.
“I just don’t understand why we’re not trying to prosecute child murderers to the fullest extent of the law,” Hatami said.
In one case, a baby sitter is accused of beating a 6-month-old girl with a blunt object, shattering the baby’s skull and causing severe brain damage. The girl, now 3-years-old, is blind and forced to eat through a feeding tube.
Dordulian says under Gascon’s new directives, the baby sitter can no longer be charged with a great bodily injury enhancement which could have sent the woman to prison for up to 10 years.
The defendant is facing a sentence of 40 years to life in prison, but there is no sentence that can undo the harm caused in this case. If convicted, there is a possibility that decades from now, the parole board could determine he’s been rehabilitated. Such a determination, many years from now, would ultimately be a reflection of a system and the public alike weighing their continued interest in incarcerating a man who no longer poses a threat to society at an extraordinary taxpayer cost. Eliminating that remote possibility today may not be in the public’s interest decades from now.
I’m not speaking specifically to these cases. Sentencing enhancements are a double edged sword. Needed in certain cases and abused in others. I say remove them entirely and reform sentencing recommendations.
Normally I’d agree with you, but these are demonstrable results of Democrat DAs that had massive campaign contributions from Soros. You can attempt denials all you wish, but this is ONE issue that is not a conspiracy. It can’t be wished away because it’s inconvenient.