A story of model democrats

m.knox

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The first democrat is a tranny who molested a 10 year old girl. The second one is the DA who gave her a light sentence for her crimes..............

And then reality struck.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...nder-child-molester-given-short-sentence.html

A California transgender woman who was convicted of molesting a young girl but got off with a slap-on-the-wrist sentence of just two years in a juvenile facility openly laughed at her generous plea deal and was heard mocking her victim in newly revealed jailhouse phone calls.

The 26-year-old defendant, who now goes by the name Hannah Tubbs, boasted to her father in November that she will not have to register as a sex offender, and that 'nothing' will be done to punish her for violently assaulting a 10-year-old, according to an audio recording that was obtained by Fox News Digital.

Tubbs also reportedly made crude and disparaging comments about the child she had abused, jokingly talking about her sexual attraction for the 10-year-old.

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon has admitted that Tubbs may have been given too lenient of a sentence, after he refused to prosecute her as an adult for the crime that she committed as a male juvenile.

Tubbs' victim, now aged 18, hit out at Gascon for his handling of the case, which she described as 'insulting.'

'The things [Tubbs] did to me and made me do that day were beyond horrible for a 10-year-old girl to have to go through,' the young woman said, referring to Tubbs as a male. 'That man was very clear minded and old enough to know what he did that day was wrong and still did it anyway.

'it's something I struggle with and it's insulting that this is all he was given as punishment. Ans I want something done about it.'

Gascon, who has been widely criticized as being soft on crime, on Friday backtracked on some of his most controversial policies, including not pursuing sentences of life in prison without the possibility of parole, and not prosecuting juveniles accused of serious offenses as adults.

Gascon's sudden change of heart comes as he faces a second recall effort organized by his critics, who contend that his woke policies are to blame for Los Angeles' rising crime rates.
 

Gnat91

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The first democrat is a tranny who molested a 10 year old girl. The second one is the DA who gave her a light sentence for her crimes..............

And then reality struck.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...nder-child-molester-given-short-sentence.html

A California transgender woman who was convicted of molesting a young girl but got off with a slap-on-the-wrist sentence of just two years in a juvenile facility openly laughed at her generous plea deal and was heard mocking her victim in newly revealed jailhouse phone calls.

The 26-year-old defendant, who now goes by the name Hannah Tubbs, boasted to her father in November that she will not have to register as a sex offender, and that 'nothing' will be done to punish her for violently assaulting a 10-year-old, according to an audio recording that was obtained by Fox News Digital.

Tubbs also reportedly made crude and disparaging comments about the child she had abused, jokingly talking about her sexual attraction for the 10-year-old.

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon has admitted that Tubbs may have been given too lenient of a sentence, after he refused to prosecute her as an adult for the crime that she committed as a male juvenile.

Tubbs' victim, now aged 18, hit out at Gascon for his handling of the case, which she described as 'insulting.'

'The things [Tubbs] did to me and made me do that day were beyond horrible for a 10-year-old girl to have to go through,' the young woman said, referring to Tubbs as a male. 'That man was very clear minded and old enough to know what he did that day was wrong and still did it anyway.

'it's something I struggle with and it's insulting that this is all he was given as punishment. Ans I want something done about it.'

Gascon, who has been widely criticized as being soft on crime, on Friday backtracked on some of his most controversial policies, including not pursuing sentences of life in prison without the possibility of parole, and not prosecuting juveniles accused of serious offenses as adults.


Gascon's sudden change of heart comes as he faces a second recall effort organized by his critics, who contend that his woke policies are to blame for Los Angeles' rising crime rates.
Pretty sure they put that freak in a woman's prison.
 

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