It’s a good time to be a criminal.
George Soros, Netflix CEO Reed Hastings, and assorted lefty billionaires bought George Gascon the chance to help all the criminals and condemn all their victims in Los Angeles. And Gascon’s reign of terror is just getting started.
Many of the victims of Gascon’s pro-crime policies are minorities. Like the mother of this murdered young man.
The mother of a young man who was brutally murdered and thrown off a cliff in Azusa is outraged after learning her son’s suspected killers had special charges dismissed in court Friday morning.
The dismissals came under new Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón.
The mother, Desiree Andrade, tells FOX 11 she saw her son’s alleged killers smirk in court earlier in the day as all their special circumstance charges were dismissed, meaning none of them will face life without parole.
“It’s sick,” Andrade said. “This is all sick.”
“I felt let down by this justice system,” she added.
This is not the criminal justice reform that pro-crime politicians and donors want to implement.
The suspects are accused of repeatedly beating and stabbing Julian Andrade for several minutes until he lost consciousness. The suspects then drove up Highway 39 in Azusa to the mountains to toss Andrade’s body. However, during that drive, prosecutors say the suspects stomped on his head when they realized Andrade was still alive.
The suspects threw Andrade off the cliff and heard him still struggling. One of the suspects went down to attack Andrade some more.
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“Every day I miss my son,” said Julian’s mother Desiree. “I wake up thinking of him. I have panic attacks thinking about the pain that he went through and that I was not there to help.
The suspects were charged with special circumstances of deadly weapon, kidnapping and robbery. These charges would have put them away for life without parole, if convicted. But under Gascón’s sweeping policy reforms, all those special charges were dismissed in court on Friday.
The devastated mother said two of her son’s alleged killers were giddy over the news.
“Smirking from ear to ear. One of the lawyers giving one of them a fist bump on his shoulder, like ‘Good job, way to go.’ Really?” she said. “They thought my son was dead three different times, and yet, they continued to beat my son to death. You’re going to tell me those aren’t murderers?”
This is what criminal justice reform looks like. Killers celebrate and the families of their victims mourn.