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Jan 03 2020

Anarchotyranny Files: Farkell Hopkins

No need to travel all the way to Venezuela to observe the fascinating paradox of leftist politics known as anarchotyranny. New York City is much closer. There you can witness a regime so oppressive that using the term “illegal immigrant” has been criminalized; meanwhile, drunk-driving maniacs like Farkell Hopkins are allowed to run loose.

From the New York Post:

A man who allegedly hit and killed a pedestrian while driving drunk in East Harlem is back on the streets for now — thanks to the state’s new criminal justice reforms, authorities said Thursday.

Farkell Hopkins, 23, was arrested on charges of vehicular manslaughter and DWI at the scene of the deadly New Year’s Eve collision, but was cut loose before he was even arraigned.

Manhattan DA spokesman Danny Frost explains how the moonbats in charge hamstring prosecutors on behalf of criminals:

“Under the new mandates, prosecutors must obtain and provide charged persons with a variety of materials within 15 days of arraignment,” he continued. “Accordingly, in a number of cases, prosecutors will defer charges until they are confident that discovery obligations can be fulfilled within fifteen days of arraignment on those charges.”

NYC has gone out of its way to welcome into its bosom at least 535,000 illegal aliens. When they break laws and are temporarily cut loose for bureaucratic reasons, what are the odds of ever finding them again? They will be lucky to find Hopkins, if they ever go through with his prosecution.

Being a prosecutor in a city run by moonbats could be the world’s most thankless job. The deck is always stacked against you — unless you work in the DA’s office in San Francisco, which is explicitly and aggressively on the side of the criminals under terrorist offspring Chesa Boudin.

Even if Hopkins is arraigned, he will likely be released again anyway under the new rules that took effect on New Year’s Day. Aggravated vehicular homicide is on the long list of crimes, many of them serious, for which NYC will now release culprits without bail.

On a tip from Sean C.

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