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New Soros-Linked Manhattan District Atty to Drop Prison Sentences for Most Crimes

Alvin Bragg, the new District Attorney in Manhattan, linked to George Soros, said his office will only seek a prison sentence for homicides, rape and white collar crimes. Bragg has said he will reduce “mass incarceration” by recommending no more than 20-year maximum prison sentences “absent exceptional circumstances.” Bragg’s office will not seek a sentence of life without parole although New York state law provides for the sentence of life without parole for the most heinous murderers, including terrorists, serial killers, cop killers and fiends who kill children younger than 14 during in connection with sex crimes or torture.

Congresswoman Nicole Malliatokis (R-NY) revealed that New York City Democrats said in a poll that public safety was their top priority, but 84% of the residents of Manhattan voted for Bragg who campaigned on these policies that will lead to increased murder, robberies and lawlessness. The goal of creating anarchy is to elicit a reaction and bring in martial law.

Excerpt from NY Post:

  • Armed robbers who use guns or other deadly weapons to stick up stores and other businesses will be prosecuted only for petty larceny, a misdemeanor, provided no victims were seriously injured and there’s no “genuine risk of physical harm” to anyone. Armed robbery, a class B felony, would typically be punishable by a maximum of 25 years in prison, while petty larceny subjects offenders to up to 364 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.
  • Convicted criminals caught with weapons other than guns will have those felony charges downgraded to misdemeanors unless they’re also charged with more serious offenses. Criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree, a class D felony, is punishable by up to 7 years behind bars.
  • Burglars who steal from residential storage areas, parts of homes that aren’t “accessible to a living area” and businesses located in mixed-use buildings will be prosecuted for a low-level class D felony that only covers break-ins instead of for more serious crimes. Those more serious crimes, class B and class C felonies, would be punishable by up to 25 and up to 15 years in prison respectively.
  • Drug dealers believed to be “acting as a low-level agent of a seller” will be prosecuted only for misdemeanor possession. Also, suspected dealers will only be prosecuted on felony charges if they’re also accused of more serious crimes or are actually caught in the act of selling drugs. That felony would mean facing up to seven years behind bars.

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