LA prosecutor says efforts to reduce penalties for violent crimes in new liberal DA, voters do not support


Jon Hatami, the deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County who came to the fore as the lead prosecutor in the Gabriel Fernandez case, told “Fox & Friends” that the newly elected DA’s policies are not supported by his own prosecutors or the citizens who vote for him.

The new district attorney, George Gascon, faces extreme liberal policies, including the abolition of cash bail and the death penalty, and the reduction of those accused of violent crimes, including child abusers and murderers.

“It’s shocking,” said Hatami, a nearly 15-year veteran of the DA’s office. “The new DA has no sympathy for the victims. He hasn’t spoken to any victims … in my cases or in cases I know about.”

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There is a growing number of roughly 800 district attorneys working for Gascon to file complaints against state chambers, writes ABC 7.

“He acts or declares that he has some kind of support from all sorts of Los Angeles individuals, but I think most people who voted for him had no idea, he had no idea what he was going to try to do,” – hatami – said Brian Kilmeade on Thursday presenter.

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“He’s trying to carry out cases of child killers, child rapists, very, very serious cases, and people who have been murdered, murdered, tortured, not just talking about cases of marijuana or low-level crime.”

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Hatami blames left-wing mega-donor György Soros, who spent more than $ 2 million on Gascon’s campaign.

“All these policies that actually conflict with people, the laws, will affect children … and he doesn’t care because he doesn’t live here … It’s just not fair,” Hatami concluded.