San Francisco Shoplift Taking pictures, Ex-Prosecutor Slams D.A.’s Self-Protection Principle
The Walgreens safety guard who fatally shot a shopfitter in San Francisco used pointless aggression, and it was not a transparent case of self-defense … so says a former prosecutor who’s difficult the D.A.’s idea.
Legal professional Tony Brass joined “TMZ Stay” Tuesday shortly after San Fran’s District Legal professional Brooke Jenkins launched the footage of the April 27 taking pictures to indicate why she was not charging safety guard Michael Earl-Wayne Anthony for killing Banko Brown.
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Tony says, on a human stage, it’s tremendous clear the safety guard used a excessive stage of aggression when he confronted Brown, which he finds absurd contemplating it was a shoplifting case “at greatest” … and never an imminent hazard.
On prime of that, Tony says he is tremendous shocked the D.A.’s already determined it was self-defense and there must be no expenses. From his perspective, Anthony ought to’ve simply let the man go when he tried to go away … and the gun was not needed in any respect.
As we reported, Jenkins shared the footage Monday of the violent encounter … that ended with Anthony gunning down Brown as he fled the shop with a bag of allegedly stolen gadgets.
Tony additionally factors out the election of Jenkins as D.A. was a direct response to the previous D.A. Chesa Boudin, who helped construct San Francisco’s “mushy on crime” rep.
Regardless although … Jenkins’ determination on this case isn’t sitting proper with Tony, who says self-defense is feasible, however must be left for a jury to determine.