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Melugin investigates the effects of the Los Angeles district attorney’s ‘criminal’ policies

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Fox News National Correspondent Bill Melugin investigates the effects of Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón’s “criminal” policies in a first look at “The Los Angeles Suicide.” fox nation next week.

BILL MELUGIN: All of my best sources in all of Los Angeles are assistant district attorneys within the district attorney’s office. Dozens of them. I usually know what’s going on in this office before the ink dries on something because people are so pissed off about what’s going on. A prosecutor told me what it’s like working for George Gascón right now. He compares this to what he imagined at the end of the Vietnam War. After all that work, building something, just watching it all completely fall apart. And he says it’s a complete disgrace to work for this man.

If they get to LA and decide to shoot someone, they won’t be sued for a weapon upgrade. If they decide to kill someone, they won’t be charged with a special circumstance allegation, which means they won’t face life without parole if they’re underage and commit that many murders. they want to, they are not will be charged as adults, which means they will be released from prison before the age of 25. So anyway, George Gascón’s policies are pro-criminal, and there’s no denying that he likes to say, “Well, you know, you can’t put somebody in a concrete box for the rest of his life and you expect him to change,” but I think a lot of people are looking for accountability when it comes to serious crimes and there are crimes that you really can’t come back from when they’re so heinous.




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