Item: In 2016 Harvard Law School's Fair Punishment Project identified Miami-Dade County (and you know who) as one of four "outlier counties" in Florida that shared "a history of overzealous prosecutions, inadequate defense lawyering (Hey! Whatch you talkin about Willis?) and "a pattern of racial bias and exclusion."
She's not deaf. She knows our city is in Flames. Dozens of protestors have been arrested. Will they be ROR'd? How will the prosecutions proceed? Does she stand with the protestors? Just wait...it doesn't get better than this.
In Michigan, Sheriff Chris Swanson took off his helmet, told his officers to drop their nightsticks and he walked with the protestors in a show of solidarity. The NY Times reports here.
In Dallas, Texas, law enforcement officers prayed with protestors.
In Minnesota, the chief of police, interviewed on CNN repeatedly took off his hat as a sign of respect when addressing George Lloyds's brother.
And our state attorney? What did she tweet?
The May newsletter is out!! Hooray! (Note the exclamation point is hers, not ours). All questions will be answered.
Yup Our intrepid State Attorney had her own Steve Martin/The Jerk/The New Phone Books are here! moment.
The leadership from law enforcement that our town needs has arrived...in the form of a newsletter that mentions NOT anything about the protests.
From the newsletter: "Other jurisdictions continue to look to us for insights on how they can better deliver justice." (We kid you not. She wrote this).
We can imagine this. (Once again, satire, protected speech, no minimum mandatory sentences apply to us) The prosecutor in Genesee County, Michigan where Sheriff Swanson walked with protestors this weekend.
Top Prosecutor: "We need to do more. Swanson walked with the protestors and that was a great start. But we need to show a commitment to justice, so lets see what Rundle is doing in Miami...Hmmmm a newsletter. Huh. Well...."
She could not be more tone deaf.