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- Soros-Funded DAs Presiding Over a Bloodbathby Michael Rushford
In 2003, progressive hedge fund billionaire George Soros emerged as a major player in national politics when he gave $23 million in a failed attempt to defeat George W. Bush. In the years that followed he continued to pour millions into liberal causes and national campaigns and in 2020 was the largest single contributor to liberal candidates and causes in the entire country, giving a reported $50 million to PACs funding campaigns ranging from Joe Biden for President to progressive candidates for local district attorney races. Since 2015, Soros’ New York based Open Society Foundations (there are three) have funneled millions through a network of non-profit “527″ groups spread across the country, to encourage the adoption of laws reducing sentences for habitual criminals and to elect district attorneys who refuse to seek the death penalty for murderers, refuse to prosecute drug dealers, thieves and wife beaters, and seek the shortest sentences possible for violent offenders. His funding of campaigns to replace tough-on-crime district attorneys escalated in 2016. In Florida, a Soros-controlled PAC called Florida For Safety and Justice bought over $600,000 in television ads for Aramais Ayala’s campaign to unseat incumbent State Attorney Jeff Ashton. This was a huge injection of money for a District Attorney race. Ashton, who had raised just over $112,000, was defeated by a margin of 56.9% to 43.1%. Soros’ Safety and Justice PACs also made 2016 contributions to district attorney races in Chicago, St. Louis, Houston and Albuquerque, as well as smaller cities in Louisiana and Mississippi, winning victories in all but one contest. In 2017, after the scandalized District Attorney of Philadelphia resigned, Soros contributed just under $1.5 million to elect former defense attorney Larry Krasner. Krasner had represented Occupy Philadelphia and Black Lives Matter, and had also sued the police department over 75 times. During his first week on the job, Krasner fired 31 deputies from the office including 1/3 of the prosecutors in the homicide unit. Last year Soros gave $2.25 million to replace black moderate Los Angeles District Attorney Jackie Lacey with white progressive George Gascon and gave $2 million to keep progressive Chicago State’s Attorney Kim Foxx in office. All of the progressive candidates ran on the same narrative; longer sentences for repeat felons is racist, the police are racists, and less policing and shorter sentences will help rehabilitate offenders and make communities safer. Every part of the narrative is a lie, and the proof is playing out every day on the streets of their cities. In Larry Krasner’s Philadelphia over 2,240 people were shot last year, the most ever recorded and 499 died, a 40% increase from 2019. Officials claimed that the pandemic was a major factor but that doesn’t explain why homicides have increased by 14% so far this year. What’s racist is who’s getting shot. 80% of the shooting victims are black. Ann Coulter’s column yesterday focuses on Chicago’s State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, who, thanks to Soros money, is into her second term. While national data reports... The post Soros-Funded DAs Presiding Over a Bloodbath appeared first on Crime & Consequences.
- SCOTUS Appears Poised to Re-Instate Death Penalty for Boston Marathon Bomberby Bill Otis
The Supreme Court today heard argument in one of the most prominent death penalty cases of the last few decades, that of Dzhokar Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber. News reports from the Washington Post and CNN — neither outlet being friendly to capital punishment — suggest that the Court will reverse the First Circuit and re-instate Tsarnaev’s thoroughly earned death sentence. The Post notes: The Supreme Court on Wednesday seemed prepared to reinstate the death penalty for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, despite aggressive questioning from the court’s liberals about whether crucial evidence was kept from jurors who decided not to spare his life. The court was reviewing a decision by a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 1st Circuit. In July, the panel agreed with Tsarnaev’s lawyers that the judge overseeing his 2015 trial did not adequately question potential jurors for bias in the case, which received massive publicity. In overturning Tsarnaev’s death sentence, the panel also said some evidence was improperly withheld that might have indicated his older brother, Tamerlan, was more culpable for the bombing. Tamerlan Tsarnaev was killed as police closed in on the brothers days after the April, 2013 attack. In fact, the district court engaged in as exhaustive a voir dire as any I have encountered in more than 20 years as a federal prosecutor. Somewhat to my surprise, most of the Court’s unusually long 90-minute hearing was devoted to the contention that the district court erred in restricting a speculative line of mitigation evidence: Said Tsarnaev’s lawyer at the Supreme Court, Ginger D. Anders: “The theory is that Tamerlan influenced Dzhokhar Tamerlan, indoctrinated Dzhokhar, and Dzhokhar radicalized because of Tamerlan, and Tamerlan was more likely to have led the bombings. I think Tamerlan’s commission of a previous jihadist murder was directly relevant to that theory.” Tamerlan was implicated in those murders after the bombing and after his death. A man named Ibragim Todashev said Tamerlan had recruited him to rob three men in 2011. After they were bound, Todashev said, Tamerlan slashed their throats. But as he was being interrogated, Todashev charged toward investigators, who shot and killed him. It might be useful to remember that the next time you hear some breathless story about how law enforcement shot an “unarmed” person. But I digress. Justices Alito and Kavanaugh were having none of the defense speculation about what what might have happened in the earlier case and what Tsarnaev might have thought about it: Justices Samuel A. Alito Jr. and Brett M. Kavanaugh wondered how such speculative evidence could have convinced jurors that Dzhokhar was less culpable for setting a bomb in a terrorist attack several years later. “We don’t know what happened,” said Kavanaugh. “Todashev had all the motive in the world to point the finger at the dead guy.” …which is, of course, a standard tactic in capital, and the great majority of other, defense schemes. It was always someone else’s fault, and it’s wonderfully convenient if the someone... The post SCOTUS Appears Poised to Re-Instate Death Penalty for Boston Marathon Bomber appeared first on Crime & Consequences.