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San Francisco selects the left-wing state attorney; Trace Gallagher reported.
San Francisco’s newly elected state’s attorney has promised to prosecute public urination and other quality-of-life crimes that have plagued the lucrative Bay Area in the midst of a crippling homelessness crisis, the urban communities in all of California.
In response to an American Civil Liberties Union, questionnaire, The San Francisco Chronicle reported last month, Chesa Boudin said that such crimes should not be prosecuted.
“We pursue cases of quality-of-life crimes,” he said. “Crimes such as public camping, an offer or a solicitation to have sex, public water, not blocking the sidewalk, etc., should not the criminal law will be prosecuted. Many of these crimes are still prosecuted; we have a long way to go, for the decriminalisation of poverty and homelessness.”
SAN FRANCISCO CURBS WASTE, PUBLIC TOILETS, ‘POOP PATROL’
In November of this year. 5 photo, San Francisco DA candidate Chesa Boudin pauses during his speech at an election-night event. (Scott Strazzante/San Francisco Chronicle via AP)
Boudin, a progressive lawyer and former public defender, defeated the city’s top Prosecutor last week after promising sweeping criminal justice reforms. He was one of a number of progressive candidates elected district attorney offices throughout the country in recent years.
Boudin’s campaign did not immediately respond to a Fox News request on Monday evening for the confirmation of the quality-of-life promise.
The son of parents who were members of the radical left Weather Underground, Boudin grew up with his parents in prison for her role in a robbery that left three men dead.
“There is no justice, if we use, prison and the penitentiary as the solution to all our problems,” he said on Saturday after the Interim-AS Suzy Loftus conceded the race. “We need to think differently.”
San Francisco has struggled with quality-of-life problems of the homeless population has risen sharply. Residents have complained of the homeless Camps citizens block increases and a contribution to crime, public urination and feces on the street.
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In the last year of the city six workers assigned on a “Poop Patrol” detail to rid the streets of human waste. San Francisco received the to get of 27,000 requests feces in the past year.
Twenty-five toilets have been added — to help a price of $200,000 each, to alleviate the problem.