Fox News Obtains Recording Of Convicted Murderer Wanting To Put DA’s Name On His Face

( According to audio acquired by Fox News, a convicted killer says he’ll get the name of Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón tattooed on his face after the prosecutor drastically lowered charges in his case.
“I’m going to get that n—–’s name on my face. That’s a champ right there. F—in’ Gascón,” gang member Luis Angel Hernandez said on a jailhouse phone call.
According to a law enforcement source, during an armed robbery in 2018, Hernandez shot and murdered a marijuana delivery service worker.
Immediately after entering office, Gascón issued a divisive edict prohibiting prosecutors from using “enhancements” in virtually all cases, regardless of how severe the crime. Enhancements are used to lengthen the length of a sentence based on the circumstances of the offense.
Michele Hanisee, a current assistant district attorney in Los Angeles, says that a robbery might be a pocketbook snatching with no injuries or a pistol in your face. Sentencing enhancements ensure that the perpetrator of the first crime is penalized differently from the offender of the second.
Hernandez was charged with gang membership, using a firearm during the commission of a crime, and murder during an armed robbery.
According to law enforcement sources, the improvements were withdrawn due to Gascón policy.
For Hernandez, this was a reason to rejoice.
“This s–t looking real good. Now we got a new DA in LA … so they’re going to drop a gang of, um, like my gun enhancement, my gang enhancement,” he said in the jailhouse phone call.
Hernandez was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of release but is prohibited under Gascón’s guidelines in almost all instances.
Hernandez pled guilty to homicide and possessing a weapon for personal use. He will be eligible for juvenile offender parole, which will allow him to serve no more than 25 years in jail.
“They’re like, ‘You’re coming home, blood.’ They already told me, my lawyer told me, ‘You’re coming home,’” he says on the call.
The leaked phone call is the latest controversy for Los Angeles’ embattled prosecutor.
In February, Fox News captured and broadcasted recordings of a convicted sex offender called James Tubbs bragging over his pedophilia-related conviction and the low sentence he received.
Tubbs was found guilty in 2014 of sexually abusing a kid at a Denny’s in East Palmdale, California. He refers to his victim as a “piece of meat” on the phone recording.
Tubbs, who is now an adult, was a minor when the offense was committed. Tubbs received a two-year sentence and was placed in a juvenile prison for women after changing his name to Hannah and claiming to be transgender. Gascón has a policy of never transferring children to adult court.
Gascón would be an excellent SCOTUS pick for the left at the next availability. His leniency seems to be a good complement for Justice Jackson.