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Bay Area district attorneys form alliance against organized retail theft

Original post made on Nov 25, 2021

In response to recent organized theft schemes seen across the Bay Area this week, seven Bay Area district attorneys created an alliance to ensure suspects face proper accountability.

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Posted by Malcolm Hex
a resident of San Ramon
on Nov 25, 2021 at 10:45 am

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So, the one stooge, that being governor nuisance, all of a sudden wants the law enforced to curb the current lawlessness that is going around these parts lately. This coming from the same clown who releases violent felons on early parole.

The other stooge, that being comrade boudin from San Francisco, the one who appears to talk out both sides of his mouth, now wants the law enforced in his city. All this coming from the same clown who does not believe in cash bail.

What a joke.


Posted by Paul Clark
a resident of Danville
on Nov 26, 2021 at 10:39 am

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Can't argue with you Malcolm Hex on this one! Make no mistake about it, the citizens of Contra Costa County will suffer physical harm or worse, if our law enforcement entities, collectively, do not develop a strategy to deal with these lawless people that is proactive, not reactive. While I'm very glad that Danville PD "got there in time" and made an arrest, that is still a reactive strategy. If it were not for the kidnapping and armed car jacking charges, the perp would be out on the street today. We need our legislature ( and I use that term loosely ) to rescind the law that makes theft of property of a value of less than $960.00 a misdemeanor, and return these crimes to being felonies. And that they should also be returned to being crimes requiring bail.


Posted by Paul Clark
a resident of Danville
on Nov 27, 2021 at 3:27 pm

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Well it didn't take long for someone to die as a consequence of these smash and grab looting parties.

From another news source:

"Oakland security guard dies after the grandfather of three was shot while protecting a TV crew reporting on scourge of smash-and-grab looting in Bay Area
Kevin Nishita, a former police officer, was shot in the lower abdomen while protecting KRON4's news team from armed robbers on Wednesday
One of 12 masked thieves at the Prome 356 store tried to snatch the camera from the reporters when Nishita jumped in and got shot.
KRON4, its parent company, Nishita's employer and the Oakland Police Department are offering a $32,500 reward for information on the suspects.
The TV station mourned the guard, a father of two and grandfather of three
It is the latest in a saga of organized robbery rampaging across California. "


Posted by Malcolm Hex
a resident of San Ramon
8 hours ago

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The East Bay Times reported in Becton’s plagiarized application to become interim DA that she “took more than 100 words from a widely publicized letter written by U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, D-California, and U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, regarding criminal justice reform.”

She also cut and pasted portions from neighboring Alameda County’s District Attorney’s website regarding the issue of community development.

Do you think Soros is seeking to undermine traditional American values?

Other text came word-for-word from a March 1994 issue of Harvard Business Review. Even a direct quote from Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream” Speech made it into her application, which read, “When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was an heir.”

In all, at least seven portions of her application were plagiarized from others’ words, which were chronicled in an anonymous letter sent to multiple media outlets.

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