‘That’s a Champ Right There’: Murderer Vows to Tattoo L.A. County DA George Gascón’s Name on His Face
“He’s making historic changes for all of us, fool.”
How bad is the surge in Los Angeles County following the implementation of George Soros-backed District Attorney George Gascón’s suite of “criminal justice” policies?
So bad that Gascón has a fan who is a convicted murderer vowing to tattoo Gascón’s name on his face.
“I’m going to get that n—–’s name on my face. That’s a champ right there. F—in’ Gascón,” says gang member Luis Angel Hernandez in a jailhouse phone call. The audio was first made public in an episode of “Tucker Carlson Originals” about Gascón called “Suicide of Los Angeles,” which is now streaming on Fox Nation.
According to a law enforcement source, Hernandez shot and killed a marijuana delivery person during an armed robbery in 2018. The Gascón policy that most helped Hernandez was aimed at prohibiting the use of sentencing enhancements.
Upon taking office, Gascón implemented a controversial directive that barred prosecutors from applying “enhancements” in nearly all cases, no matter how heinous the crime. Enhancements increase sentences based on the circumstances of a crime.
“A robbery can be a purse snatch with no injury, or it can be a gun in your face,” said Michele Hanisee, a current LA deputy district attorney. “Sentencing enhancements make sure that the perpetrator of the first and the perpetrator of the second are treated differently.”
Hernandez faced enhancements for being a gang member, using a firearm in the commission of a crime, and for the “special circumstance” of committing murder during an armed robbery.
The enhancements were dropped because of Gascón policy, according to law enforcement sources.
Hernandez responded with glee:
“This s–t looking real good. Now we got a new DA in LA … so they’re going to drop a gang of, um, like my gun enhancement, my gang enhancement,” he says in the jailhouse phone call. “My gang enhancement is 10 years, fool, for being a gang member. And then the gun in the commission of a crime.”
“That’s the n—– right there, bro. He’s making historic changes for all of us, fool. I’m just grateful, fool. Like, I got good news off that s–t,” Hernandez says in the audio.
Hernandez pleaded guilty to murder and the personal use of a firearm. He will be eligible for youthful offender parole, which would limit his time in prison to 25 years.
“They’re like, ‘You’re coming home, blood.’ They already told me, my lawyer told me, ‘You’re coming home,’” he says on the call.
This development is sure to add momentum to the latest effort to recall Gascon.
Former Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley, who is organizing a recall, said, “Gascon has personally made LA’s criminal justice system a literal laughing stock.”
“When violent criminals are yukking it up because Gascon’s giving them as short a sentence as possible, we are in big trouble.”
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Good for him. He should be released for time served. After he gets the tat.
It makes no sense for California to keep potentially productive citizens in prison just because they’re gang members and career criminals. Put him in a half-way house in Beverly Hills or Laguna Hills. He can work doing lawn care for rich Democrats.
Actually, Gascon should be held down while Hernandez’s name is tattooed onto HIS face.
Beat me to it.
In any event, this sick Soros bastard needs to be recalled:
His halfway house needs to be Gascón’s house.
The fools in LA elected him, they deserve him.
One of the reasons I have little respect for the “elites” on both coasts. Look at the people that get elected; Gascon, Newsom, Carlos Danger, the Hildebeast, UpChuck Schumer, the list goes on and on,
At least, for California, we can pray to San Andreas.
Talk about gasconading!
Take your pick on Gascon: Dumb, Evil, or Both
That example is nonsense. The first perp does simple strong-arm robbery, the second does that plus aggravated assault (the gun to the face). If prosecutors won’t proffer appropriate charges in obvious cases then what we need are new prosecutors, not sentencing enhancements.