CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Soros-Backed St. Louis Circuit Attorney REFUSES to Charge Dealer with 1,000 Opiate Pills and $30K in Cash – Shows Officers the Door
Far left billionaire George Soros has been systematically targeting district attorney races throughout the United States. Several of his candidates have already won. His goal is to create havoc in communities.
In St. Louis City far left lunatic Kim Gardner took money from Soros in her race for St. Louis Circuit Attorney.
Soros funded PAC even released an ad in support of this far left and unqualified nutcase.
Kim Gardner won her election and is wreaking havoc on the city of St. Louis circuit attorney’s office.
Kim Gardner is so intolerable that two dozen attorneys and more than one-third of the trial lawyers left the office when she was hired. And this is a Democrat dominated office.
In early January St. Louis Police arrested a drug dealer in possession of over 1,000 highly addictive opiate pills and more than $30,000 in cash.
The St. Louis police officers also got a confession from their suspect.
But when investigators brought their evidence to Gardner’s Circuit Attorney’s office in downtown St. Louis the attorneys REFUSED to press charges against the dealer and handed the police report back to the officers!
The entire event was captured on video!
KSDK has more:
The St. Louis Police Officer’s Association says what happened after the man was arrested might shock you.
“We’re in the middle of an opioid crisis where people are dying every day from opioid overdoses and she’s completely dismissive of that case,” said the union’s business manager Jeff Roorda.
On Friday, the lead officer on the case walked into the circuit attorney’s warrant office at the Carnahan Courthouse to apply for delivery of a controlled substance charge.
It’s a process all officers are required to do if they have probable cause to believe a crime has been committed.
Roorda said, “That’s where we stop delivering justice and the prosecuting begins.”
But in this case, Roorda said there was no justice.
Not only were no charges considered or filed, the officer was shown the door.
“They didn’t even keep the report. They handed it back to him and said they weren’t going to look at it,” Roorda said.
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