COMPLICIT: California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to pardon murderers in order to protect illegal aliens

Friday, December 28, 2018
By Paul Martin

by: JD Heyes
Friday, December 28, 2018

Outgoing California Gov. Jerry Brown wants to give the residents of his state some very dangerous Christmas presents: Violent criminals.

Just in time for the holidays, Brown granted 143 pardons and an additional 131 sentence commutations that included Kevin Cooper, an inmate sitting on death row after being convicted if killing four members of a Chino Hills family in their home with a hatchet, a knife, and an ice pick in 1983.

In response to a clemency request from Cooper, Brown ordered new DNA tests on four pieces of evidence that includes the handle of the hatchet used to commit the murders and the sheath holding it, PJ Media reports.

Brown justified his order by claiming in a written statement that he is taking “no position as to Mr. Cooper’s guilt or innocence at this time.” But, he continued, “colorable factual questions have been raised about whether advances in DNA technology warrant limited retesting of certain physical evidence in the case.”

Continuing, Brown noted, ”The purpose of this new testing is to determine whether another suspected person’s DNA, or the DNA of any other identifiable suspect based on a match in the FBI’s Combined DNA Index System (CODIS) database, is present on the items tested. Given the nature of the testing requested, and the fact that the murders, in this case, occurred before the advent of DNA technology and related evidence handling protocols, both parties acknowledge the distinct possibility that further testing may yield multiple DNA contributors of unknown origin.

“As such, if the only result of further testing is to yield either no additional DNA matches, or only DNA from unknown contributors, this matter should be closed,” he wrote.

As if it isn’t bad enough that Cooper has spent nearly 35 years on death row already, escaping the justice that a court and a jury prescribed, now it’s entirely possible he’ll get out of prison altogether if Brown deems it.

California is a violent criminal’s best friend

There shouldn’t be a question as to Cooper’s guilt anyway. San Bernardino County District Attorney Mike Ramos has argued against releasing Cooper because, he says, DNA testing on crime scene items such as a bloody t-shirt and discarded cigarettes have already put Cooper at the scene and in the family’s stolen station wagon. (Related: Liberal media frets over the death of a migrant girl but says nothing about Americans being killed by violent illegals.)

Cooper’s defense lawyer, however, is claiming that someone — police or prosecutors or both — planted blood on the t-shirt so they could frame Cooper, who is black, for the crime. Of course.

If this case isn’t bad enough, Brown also wanted to commute the sentence of another violent criminal, Kenny Lee, who was convicted of robbing and murdering a cab driver in 1992. But that commutation was blocked by the California Supreme Court, marking the seventh such intervention in recent weeks as Brown tried to issue commutations for other killers as well.

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