San Francisco-area Soros DA demands judge who rejected deal for alleged killer be disqualified from all cases.
Another District Attorney backed by George Soros has emerged from under the rock of the awakening billionaire to undermine the rule of law in America, this time near San Francisco, California. Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price demanded in a YouTube video Wednesday that Alameda County Superior Court Judge Mark McCannon be barred from the criminal hearing” her office is conducting after he received a plea deal for Delonzo Logwood, who was suspected of three murders in one year.
According to Price, McCannon “over stepped his bounds as a law enforcement officer and created a firestorm of offensive comments that I do not believe serve justice,” though he doesn’t specify which bounds were violated. .Price’s office negotiated a settlement for Logwood to plead not guilty to first degree murder in the 2008 shooting that killed22-year-old Eric Ford, reports the San Francisco Chronicle.
In exchange for his apology, Logwood would see the murder charges against him in 2008. Zaire Washington, 24, and Richard Carter, 30, were dropped.
Please forgive me,” Logwood told McCannon during the hearing. “Sorry.” But the judge didn’t care. things,” he told the defendant, according to The Mercury News. you did not do anything?In his video, Price says he”cannot speak about the evidence” in the Logwood case, but assured viewers that his office “conducted a thorough investigation into the case to ensure it could be proved beyond a reasonable doubt.”
It is against the ethics of the prosecution to go public because some journalists are forcing me to do so,” he continued in his very public video,”I will provide more details on this in due course.””A judge should be an impartial judge handling cases before him,” Price said. “Because of Judge McCannon’s inappropriate comments and behavior on two separate occasions, my office is requesting that he be removed from all criminal cases before our office.”
Asked by The Chronicle, Price accused McCannon of “influencing the prosecution. “Staying, Pamela Y Price, on behalf of and in reference to all criminal matters brought by the prosecution, believes that we cannot have a fair and impartial trial, hearing or prosecution before this attorney general,”
“I did not go to the press and make any statements,” the judge said in court on Wednesday. “Because I didn’t agree with you doesn’t mean I’m biased.”
He then set a trial date for Logwood’s case on April 17.
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