A Los Angeles veteran prosecutor spoke out to Fox 11 after allegedly being reprimanded for questioning District Attorney George Gascón’s decision to drop charges against three anti-police protesters that attempted to derail a train during a protest last November.
In newly obtained surveillance video and jail call recordings by Fox 11, questions arose after Gascon decided to drop charges against all protesters his first day in office.
The volatile case was being handled by Richard Doyle, a prosecutor for 34 years with the LA County District Attorneys office, and according to Doyle, evidence showed strong prosecution for the case but charges were dropped anyways.
“It was a strong case, it was a strong prosecution,” Doyle said. “You go into work every day, and you do the right thing, that’s what I did, and I got reprimanded for it.”
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