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Slain officer’s widow does not remember Kamala Harris fondly

John SextonPosted at 3:21 pm on April 9, 2019

I’m a bit surprised to see this story up at CNN because it seems to cut against the grain of the network’s obvious political slant. This is a story about Renata Espinoza the wife of a police officer who was gunned down in the street. Espinoza felt that DA Kamala Harris should have pursued the death penalty against her husband’s killer:

    It was the day before Easter in 2004. Officer Isaac Espinoza, 29, was called in on overtime, to work the Saturday shift. He was looking forward to getting off that night so he could rest before Easter services with his wife and 3-year-old daughter.

Espinoza worked as a plainclothes officer in the Bayview District of San Francisco. Bayview struggled with poverty and gang wars — but it was a neighborhood Espinoza was drawn to, requesting it as an assignment because he felt he made the most impact as a cop there.
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Re: Slain officer’s widow does not remember Kamala Harris fondly
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2019, 02:22:37 PM »
Incompetence, misfeasance, malfeasance, keep them rolling.
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