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Soros-Funded New Los Angeles Prosecutor Ends Cash Bail for Felony, Misdemeanor Offenses

Following in the path of New York.

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The new George Soros-funded Los Angeles County District Attorney vowed to end the use of cash jail for felony and misdemeanor arrestees after being sworn into office on Monday, setting the nation’s second biggest city on a path to follow New York’s soft-on-crime approach.

George Gascón claims the use of cash bail has failed the community, opting instead for a “get out of jail” approach even as the murder rate in the county has increased by 25% relative to 2019. He’s ending cash bail for thousands of offenses, limiting the use of the practice to violent felonies only.

Gascón swept into office with the assistance of generous campaign contributions from globalist oligarch George Soros, defeating a black Democrat prosecutor who had aroused the ire of Los Angeles Black Lives Matter protestors. District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s husband had confronted left-wing militants who demanded to speak with her at the couple’s home with a gun, in an incident that has resulted in criminal charges.

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Gascón’s elimination of cash bail follows a plan to close Los Angeles’ largest jail, potentially diminishing most pre-trial detention in the county. Gascón is also pledging to reevaluate sentences of repeat felony offenders sentenced under California’s “Three Strikes” law, which mandates sentences of 25 years to life.

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The New York City Police Department has pointed to the elimination of cash bail as a major factor in the increase of crime in New York City, and even ultra-progressive mayor Bill De Blasio backed legislation to roll back the state’s “get out of jail free” crime approach.

Illinois and Colorado are also considering legislation to phase out the use of cash bail, setting themselves up to become the next American jurisdictions in which career criminals have the impunity to roll in and out in the jail system while awaiting trial for committing new crimes.

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Italian Doctor Accused of Killing Hospital Patients to Free Up Space in COVID Ward

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An Italian doctor has been accused of killing two patients back in March of last year, Italy’s worst month of the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to free up space in his hospital’s overwhelmed COVID ward.

Carlo Mosca allegedly administered lethal doses of anesthetics to two men, 61-year-old Natale Bassi and 80-year-old Angelo Paletti. He is also suspected in the deaths of three other individuals, according to The Sun.

Mosca has been placed under house arrest and is denying the accusations against him.

Police were tipped off with the following statement: “You need to check out Dr. Mosca. He’s mad. He’s killing patients to free up beds.” Nurses at the hospital had also texted each other about Mosca’s behavior:

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“Did he ask you to administer the drugs without intubating them?”

“I’m not killing patients just because he wants to free up the beds.”

“This is crazy.”

Prosecutors argue that the two patients allegedly killed were never intubated and that Mosca thus had no reason to use anesthetics on them. The hospital only used anesthetics on COVID patients prior to intubating them, according to legal documents.

And when Mosca found out he was under investigation, he ostensibly asked nurses “to agree on a convenient version of the story” in order to cover up his alleged crimes.

Italy’s new COVID-19 cases and deaths have dropped by nearly half since mid-November of 2020, the peak of their second wave. Back in March and April they made global headlines for their tremendously overwhelmed hospitals in certain regions and for becoming the first country to institute a nationwide lockdown.

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