D.A. Chesa Boudin Gets Tough On Crime After Securing Release Of His Cop-Killing Terrorist FatherChris Menahan
Nov. 23, 2021
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San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin has decided to get tough on crime and drop his commitment to "social justice" just weeks after securing the release of his cop-killing terrorist father.
Boudin's affluent parents, David Gilbert and Kathy Boudin, were both members of the Weather Underground domestic terrorist group and were jailed in the 80s for taking part in the murder of police officers Edward O'Grady and Waverly Brown during a bank heist.
Boudin told 60 Minutes in March their case showed that "our criminal justice system is not working" because they were "unarmed getaway drivers" (for their well-armed compatriots who carried out the murders).
Boudin's mother, after getting out of prison in 2003, became an adjunct professor at the Columbia University School of Social Work and went on to co-found the Center for Justice at Columbia University.
Boudin's father in late October was granted clemency from a 75-year sentence by disgraced New York governor Andrew Cuomo just before being kicked out of office.
As The Jewish News reported on Oct 28:
David Gilbert, the 77-year-old Jewish father of San Francisco's chief prosecutor Chesa Boudin, was granted parole this week and will be released Nov. 30 after spending 40 years in prison for participating in a politically motivated armed robbery.Boudin's identity as a social justice warrior has shifted now that his terrorist father has secured his release.
On Monday, Boudin announced he's going to be charging those seen flash looting Louis Vuitton and other high-end retail stores over the weekend with felonies.
"I'm outraged by the looting in Union Square last night," Boudin said on Twitter. "We are seeing similar crimes across the country. I have a simple message: don't bring that noise to our City. Great work by SFPD. Standby for felony charges."
On Wednesday, Boudin charged one woman accused of stealing $40k in merchandise from Target with a whopping eight felony counts of grand theft and 120 misdemeanor counts of petty theft.
Boudin's pivot may also be driven in part by the fact he has been forced into a recall election as backlash has continued to grow over his prior refusal to prosecute clear-cut criminals.
Now that Boudin has gotten his it appears that's all going to change.
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