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Grand Canyon State Thwarts Soft-on-crime Gotham DA

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Historic Maricopa County Courthouse in Phoenix, Arizona. (Larry Gevert/Dreamstime.com)

Michael Reagan By with Michael R. Shannon Tuesday, 27 February 2024 06:27 AM EST Current | Bio | Archive

Law and order advocates have discovered a new way to thwart soft-on-crime district attorneys who are more worried about the criminal than the victim.

The technique works like a charm, but it requires another district attorney who believes in enforcing the law.

Here are the details courtesy of CBS News:

Raad Almansoori was arrested by police in Surprise, Arizona, after he followed a McDonald's employee into the women’s bathroom where he stabbed her three times in the neck after trying to rape her. That was the end of quite a crime spree for Almansoori.

It began, as far as we know, with the murder of a woman in New York City where he beat her to death with an iron bar. Almansoori then fled to Florida where he sexually assaulted a woman and stole her car.

His crime odyssey ended in Surprise, Arizona.

Now, soft-on-crime Manhattan District Atty. Alvin Bragg wants Almansoori extradited to New York City to stand trial for what we assume is the murder of the woman, but with Bragg you can’t be sure what the charges will be or how lenient the charges will be.

Almansoori might get off with an assault charge for all we know.

That’s why Maricopa County Attorney Rachel Mitchell is refusing to extradite Almansoori to New York.

Mitchell explains, "I just want to say that I know there's been discussion about New York wanting to extradite this individual.

"And I'm sure that this is not aimed at the New York Police Department at all, I know they did a hard job, and they did a good job.

"But we will not be agreeing to extradition. I've instructed my extradition attorneys not to agree to that. We're going to keep him here.

"These are mandatory prison sentences. And having observed the treatment of violent criminals in the New York area by the Manhattan DA there, Alvin Bragg, I think it's safer to keep him here and keep him in custody so that he cannot be out doing this to individuals either in our state, county or anywhere in the United States."

And that’s how you stop a soft-on-crime district attorney.

You keep the criminal in a location where they will bear the full brunt of the law. Naturally, Bragg is offended.

"Manhattan District Attorney, Emily Tuttle, called Mitchell's comments 'deeply disturbing’ and accused her of ‘playing political games in a murder investigation.'"

That, for once, is an accurate statement from Bragg.

The truth is often "deeply disturbing" for he bulk of left-adherents.

The real, long-term solution to soft-on-crime district attorneys is at the ballot box.

Voters have to stop being lazy and start researching the candidates they support.

New York City is probably a lost cause, a deep blue city in a deep blue state.

Your city may be a different matter.

If you’re a voter in a blue city in a red state there is hope.

It’s possible to either defeat a soft-on-crime district attorney or prevent their election in the first place. All it requires is an informed and motivated voter. And that better be you.

Michael Reagan, the eldest son of President Reagan, is a Newsmax TV analyst. A syndicated columnist and author, he chairs The Reagan Legacy Foundation. Michael is an in-demand speaker with Premiere speaker's bureau. Read Michael Reagan's Reports — More Here.

Michael R. Shannon is a commentator, researcher for the League of American Voters, and an award-winning political and advertising consultant with nationwide and international experience. He is author of "Conservative Christian's Guidebook for Living in Secular Times (Now With Added Humor!)" Read Michael Shannon's Reports — More Here.

© Mike Reagan


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If you’re a voter in a blue city in a red state there is hope. It’s possible to either defeat a soft- onpcrime district attorney or prevent their election in the first place. All it requires is an informed and motivated voter. And that better be you.
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