L.A. D.A. George Gascon Blamed After 2 Cops Killed by Gunman on Parole

L.A. D.A. George Gascon Blamed After 2 Cops Killed by Gunman on Parole


Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón is being blamed after two local police officers were murdered on Tuesday night by a convict who was free after a lenient plea bargain and allegedly violated his parole by carrying a gun.

Local Fox affiliate KTTV-11 reported Tuesday that two officers from the town of El Monte, California, in Los Angeles County, were shot after responding to an emergency call at a motel:

The El Monte Police Department responded to a call of a possible stabbing at a motel near Garvey and Central avenues Monday evening. Upon arrival, a gunman opened fire at the responding officers, El Monte city officials said in a press release.

Two of the officers – Corporal Michael Paredes and Officer

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