Elections have consequences. Letting Soros pick your pro-crime DAs ends badly, whether it’s in Philly, Dallas, or San Francisco.
The mother of a 27-year old woman killed in a double pedestrian fatal crash told KPIX she wants justice for her daughter, one of two women killed in a hit-and-run in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood New Year’s Eve.
“The whole family has a heart that is torn by sadness,” said Hiroko Abe, the mother of Hanako (Hana) Abe who communicated through Twitter.
“You couldn’t find such a beloved daughter all over the world. She was our pride.”
Hanako Abe was relatively new to San Francisco. Her mother says Hana attended college in the U.S. before moving to San Francisco last year to work for a company called JLL Real Estate.
Thursday night, Hana and a woman she did not know were both killed after being struck by stolen car driven while walking in the crosswalk on Second Street at Mission Street.
There isn’t going to be any justice because Chesa Boudin, another radical Soros DA, is at the wheel.
Troy Ramon McAlister, a 45-year-old city resident who was released on April 10 from a state prison sentence for robbery, was not charged with new crimes by the District Attorney’s Office after any of last year’s arrests, the most recent of which occurred on Dec. 20…
Boudin said that parole officers did not hold McAlister “for a single day” after the Dec. 20 arrest, though it’s not clear what happened in the other cases.
Police said McAlister was driving a gray Honda that had been reported stolen in Daly City on Tuesday. According to officers, McAlister was speeding down Mission Street toward the Embarcadero at about 4 p.m. when he ran a red light at Second Street, struck a gray Ford and then the two pedestrians.
After the wreck, officials said, McAlister got out of the vehicle and fled into a nearby commercial building, where officers, assisted by a witness, found him within minutes and detained him. Inside the vehicle, they found a handgun with an extended magazine and suspected drugs.
So, as usual, another one of those “non-violent drug offenders” that the pro-crime lobby has been fighting for.
Court documents show McAlister was arrested in July 2015 on suspicion of robbing a San Francisco store with a gun. While in jail awaiting trial, he filed a federal lawsuit against three city officers, alleging they used excessive force during the arrest. The officers alleged McAlister was combative and high on methamphetamine, and “had to be restrained” at the Mission District police station, records show. A judge dismissed the case.
In a sworn deposition in that case, McAlister said he had three prior felony convictions, including one for robbery and another for attempted carjacking…
On Dec. 20, records show, San Francisco police arrested McAlister on suspicion of car theft and possessing stolen property, methamphetamine, burglary tools and drug paraphernalia.
Any kind of functional criminal justice system would have put McAlister behind bars. And we used to have one of those systems. It’s why before the spike in Black Lives Matter race riots, crime was low and getting lower. But Democrats and some Republicans decided to go all in on criminal justice reform.
Now this is the new normal.