Almost everyone hates Soros-backed Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón because he does not believe that criminals deserve to be fully punished for their crimes even as the crime rate soars under their leadership. But, there are some who sing his praises, such as is the case of Luis Angel Hernandez, a member of the OTF gang who shot and killed a delivery person whose delivery was pot.
He not only sings his praises, but in a telephone conversation, he vowed to have Gascon’s name tattooed on his face. Whenever someone commits murder, there can be enhancements added to the charges, such as killing someone during the commission of an armed robbery, being a gang member, and using a gun in the commission of a crime. Under Gascon, enhancements are a thing of the past. Just being a gang member means an additional ten years.
Fox News reported:
Fox News has obtained audio of a convicted murderer saying he’s going to get Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón’s name tattooed on his face because the prosecutor massively reduced 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,” says gang member Luis Angel Hernandez in a jailhouse phone call. The audio was first made public in an episode of “Tucker Carlson Originals” about Gascón called “Suicide of Los Angeles,” which is now streaming on Fox Nation.
Upon taking office, Gascón implemented a controversial directive that barred prosecutors from applying “enhancements” in nearly all cases, no matter how heinous the crime. Enhancements increase sentences based on the circumstances of a crime.
Hernandez faced enhancements for being a gang member, using a firearm in the commission of a crime, and for the “special circumstance” of committing murder during an armed robbery.
The enhancements were dropped because of Gascón policy, according to law enforcement sources.
That was cause for celebration for Hernandez.
“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 says in the jailhouse phone call. “My gang enhancement is 10 years, fool, for being a gang member. And then the gun in the commission of a crime.”Hernandez initially faced life without the possibility of parole, which is also barred by Gascón’s directives in nearly all cases.