Chicago Asst State's Atty Says He Let Jussie Smollett Off Because He's Not 'A Threat to Public Safety'Chris Menahan
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Chicago assistant state's attorney, Joe Magats, said Tuesday that he decided to drop all 16 felony charges against Jussie Smollett because "public safety is our number one priority" and "I don't see Jussie Smollett as a threat to public safety."
The New York Times's Julie Bosman reported:
The Chicago Tribune's Megan Crepeau reported Tuesday that Magats told them "prosecutors and defense reached an agreement at some point awhile back that if Smollett did community service and forfeited his bond, they would drop the charges."
Smollett's team denies any such deal took place:
Smollett reportedly did 16 hours of "community service" for Jesse Jackson's Rainbow/PUSH organization as part of the alleged deal to get charges dropped.
Magats is the second in command at the District Attorney's office under Kim Foxx, who had to recuse herself due to a conflict of interest as a result of shady dealings with an unknown member of Smollett's family. Foxx also tried to have the case handed off to the FBI.
The Chicago Tribune reported Tuesday:
Foxx recused herself from the case last month after revealing she had contact with Smollett’s representatives early on in the investigation.Here's screenshots of the texts between former chief of staff to first lady Michelle Obama, Tina Tchen and Kim Foxx -- as well as texts between Kim Foxx and a mystery Smollett family member:
Remember, Kamala Harris and Cory Booker exploited this incident to get a bill passed in February to expand federal hate crime legislation to include "lynching."
If I had to guess, I'd say there's more people -- powerful people -- involved in this hate hoax than we're being told.
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