Kamala Harris has some skeletons in her closet from her time as a prosecutor in San Francisco. During her time in that position, she had the opportunity to deport Edwin Ramos after he was arrested in San Francisco.
Ramos, known to police as being a member of the MS-13 gang, was an illegal immigrant who had been arrested numerous times for a variety of crimes, including assault, street gang membership, assaulting a pregnant woman, and attempted robbery. Many of these crimes were committed when Ramos was still a juvenile. Even though the Salvadoran immigrant was not in the United States legally, juvenile officials did not report him to federal authorities due to a city law granting “sanctuary” to illegal immigrants.
Harris not only declined to prosecute him in his most recent case, but there was also an alleged “mishap” in communication which resulted in Ramos being able to stay in the United States.
Ramos paid back Harris’ generosity by murdering a family.
Three innocent people, a father and his two sons, were traveling back from a family barbecue, when Ramos mistook them for rival gang members and shot them.
The grieving widow and mother asked Kamala Harris to push for the death penalty, but she declined.
Danielle Bologna’s husband and two sons were murdered by an illegal alien MS-13 Gang member in 2008. Bologna asked Kamala Harris, then-SanFran DA, to seek the death penalty. Harris refused. https://t.co/5jAl8AhCSg
— John Binder 👽 (@JxhnBinder) October 12, 2020
Digging into Harris’ record, this is not the only case like this. Harris also used her position to decline to prosecute those who had given significant donations to her campaign, clients of law firms she was connected to, her ex-boyfriend Willie Brown, and clients of her husband’s law firm.
The mainstream media has refused to report on these stories, most likely due to the effect that it would have on the Biden-Harris campaign’s presidential bid.