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Title: Repeat offender with violent history gets probation despite burglary and murder charges.
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Published: Mar 22, 2024
Author: Mike Rivero
Post Date: 2024-03-22 06:59:07 by Horse
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Ian Miles Cheong @stillgray

“San Francisco man” stabs a 94-year-old Asian woman in broad daylight multiple times. You’d think they’d send him to jail but the judge gave him probation.

Also he was charged with murdering a guy in 2016 but the judge said there wasn’t enough evidence so he got let go.

This is absolutely infuriating and downright unjust! How can a man who has repeatedly demonstrated a clear disregard for the law and a propensity for violence be allowed to walk free once again? It is an utter travesty of justice that someone with such a disturbing criminal history, including multiple arrests for burglary and a charge for murder, could be handed probation instead of facing the full extent of the law.

The fact that this individual was charged with murder in 2016 and was let go due to supposedly insufficient evidence is beyond comprehension. How many lives must be put at risk before the justice system takes decisive action? And to compound matters, he continues to engage in criminal behavior, with four arrests for burglary in 2020 alone.

The judge’s decision to give him “one last chance” to stay out of state prison is an insult to the victim and a mockery of justice. It sends a dangerous message that violent offenders can evade accountability for their actions with little consequence.

This is a failure of the justice system to protect the safety and well-being of the public. The victim, a 94-year-old Asian woman, deserved better. Our communities deserve better. It’s time for accountability and for the justice system to prioritize the safety of law-abiding citizens over the leniency of repeat offenders. (1 image)

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