I know people who used to work with Kamala when she was the District Attorney of the City and County of San Francisco. They have nothing nice to say about the woman as far as her ability to preform professionally. I don’t think you need to interact with her to understand how phony she is. Lucky for us, we have never had to suffer from her ineptitude as a prosecutor.
[Opinion]. Ten years ago this week, Kamala Harris won the race to become the Attorney General of California. According to Breitbart, ‘Two weeks later, Angel Dad Don Rosenberg lost his son Drew, 25-years-old, at the hands of an illegal alien.
On November 16, 2010, second-year law student Drew Rosenberg was killed in San Francisco by Roberto Galo, an illegal alien from Honduras who had been granted Temporary Protected Status (TPS) to stay in the United States.
Temporary Protected Status is something that President Trump has been working towards putting an end to., and a court just approved his authority to do so last month. However that is too little too late for theRosenberg family, thanks, in part to the prosecutorial haste of Kamala Harris.
Breitbart stated that ‘Galo hit Drew, who was riding his bike, and ran him over twice before attempting to flee the scene of the crash. Galo stopped his car on Drew’s abdomen, prompting a group of bystanders to help lift the car off of him.
A year before Drew’s death, then-San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom (D) implemented a policy that allowed unlicensed drivers about 20 minutes to find a licensed driver to drive their car so that it would not be impounded by the city.
The policy ensured illegal aliens, driving without licenses, could be pulled over, cited, and fined without having to deal with having their car impounded. As District Attorney, Harris seemed to follow the Newsom policy, Rosenberg said.’
Harris’ office at that time was the DA of San Francisco, allowed Galo to plead those charges down to merely driving the wrong way.
In a 2013 post, detailing his son’s case in great length, Rosenberg wrote:
The inspector told us it was a slam dunk felony vehicular homicide. There were no skid marks from Galo’s car as he never attempted to stop. He also told us that Galo had been caught driving without a license, driving the wrong way on a one way street and driving without insurance in June 2010. The case would now be in the hands of the San Francisco District Attorney’s Office. [Emphasis added]
On July 27, 2010 Galo appeared in traffic court for his June 14 charges. The DA’s office had cut him a deal: Plead guilty to driving the wrong way on a one way street and the charges for driving without a license and driving without insurance would be dropped. At this point Galo had already been driving again for 45 days. Of course he took the deal. The DA’s office refuses to tell us if he ever paid the ticket for the wrong way violation.
The very next day, Galo apparently signed the car title over to Digna Guzman, She registered the car and insured herself as well as Galo, so he was able to drive immediately.
Rosenberg wrote to Harris:
I am not writing you as the Attorney General. I am writing to you because you were the District Attorney of San Francisco when Roberto Galo was first arrested in June. You were the District Attorney when this tragedy occurred. You were the District Attorney when the preliminary hearing fiasco occurred. The staff of the District Attorney’s office was under your control and responsibility. And what I have recently learned is that when Roberto Galo was caught driving without a license, without insurance and driving the wrong way down a one way street, your DA’s Office offered and Galo accepted a plea on the lesser charge of driving the wrong way down a one way street . Your DA’s Office dropped the charge of driving without a license and without insurance charges. Why would your DA’s Office do that? Could there have been an easier conviction? My son is dead because the DA’s did not (and continues to believe) that driving without a license is a big deal. [Emphasis added]
It’s bad enough that a father lost a son to someone who should not have been here by the letter of the law, but it is much worse because that illegal alien’s car should have been kept in the impound lot