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Jan 16 2020

San Francisco Finds Another Excuse to Let Criminals Loose

The decriminalization of crime is steadily reducing California from the Golden State to an anarchotyrannical hellscape. Chesa Boudin — who was recently elected San Francisco District Attorney on a platform of F*** the Police — is doubling down.

From the San Francisco Chronicle:

Boudin on Tuesday announced the creation of a diversion program for primary caregiver parents of minor children — his first policy since being sworn in last week, and an issue that’s personal.

Here’s why it’s personal:

Boudin is the son of incarcerated parents, who were imprisoned when he was an infant for acting as getaway drivers in an armored car robbery in upstate New York in 1981 that left two police officers and a security guard dead.

Specifically, he is the offspring of Weather Underground terrorists David Gilbert and Kathy Boudin. While they sat in prison, Chesa was raised by their colleagues Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, who escaped punishment and launched the political career of Barack Obama from their home.

A “diversion program” is effectively a get out of jail free card.

The policy will suspend criminal proceeding for 6 to 24 months while a defendant goes through the program that may include parenting classes, anger management, job training, drug and alcohol treatment, and counseling.

If the defendant completes the program successfully, the court will dismiss the criminal charges.

Assuming he gets word of this down in hell, San Fransicko’s patron saint Harvey Milk, a homosexual who preyed on children, must be delighted about the benefit to sex criminals:

A misdemeanor charge of contacting a minor with the intent to commit a sexual offense, for example, requires an offender to register as a sex offender and future violations carry state prison terms.

No conviction thanks to the diversion program means no registration requirement.

Putting the bad guys in charge has consequences.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC.




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