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!
Gardner refused to charge the drug kingpin because the detectives involved were on her “police exclusion list.”
Kim Gardner created a list of originally 28 police officers but now the list is over 50 police officers who she will not accept their work because she claims they are racists.
Last week a suspect was arrested in the fatal shooting of 7-year-old Xavier Usanga in north St. Louis last Monday evening.
According to KSDK Usanga was shot and killed while playing outside of his Hyde Park home Monday, according to St. Louis Metro Police Cheif John Hayden. An 18-year-old man standing nearby was injured in the backyard of the Usangas’ home, in the 3500 block of North 14th Street, just after 5 p.m. Monday evening.
The suspect confessed to the shooting that killed 7-year-old Usanga.
But when they brought this confession and evidence to the St. Louis City’s circuit attorney’s office Kim Gardner threw it out.
ST. LOUIS — A St. Louis man told police that he accidentally shot 7-year-old Xavier Usanga, and then stole $50,000 the next day with a relative’s help as part of a plan to flee the city, a police detective said Tuesday.
Malik Ross, 23, called his aunt after the Aug. 12 shooting and told her that he was the one that “killed that boy” and needed help getting out of town, police Detective John Anderson said in court Tuesday.
The next day, Ross was driving an armored car for his employer, Garda World Cash Logistics, and dropped a coworker off to make a cash delivery at a St. Louis Bread Company.
While the coworker was in the store, Ross drove off, opened the truck’s door and dropped a bag containing the $50,000 in cash onto North Broadway downtown, Anderson said. Ross’ aunt drove to the bag drop, stopped her car in the street, and picked up the bag, he said.
Later in the day, Ross again dropped his coworker off for a delivery, this time to the Currency Exchange on Olive Street. There, Ross abandoned the truck, threw away his uniform and fled, Anderson said.