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VIRGINIA: Charges Droped For Democratic State Lawmaker In Monument Vandal Case After Police Chief Canned After Detention

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VIRGINIA: Charges Droped For Democratic State Lawmaker In Monument Vandal Case After Police Chief Canned After Detention
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Democratic State Senator Louise Lucas and her NAACP co-conspirators appear to have flexed their rights, with a judge dropping charges against them in a June Black Live assault on Portsmouth, Virginia’s Confederate Memorial – a declared historic site that prosecutors believe Lucas and NAACP officials conspired to attack and kill.

As I recently revealed to the Recently Heard, Portsmouth Police Chief Angela Greene was shot on Monday morning, two months after being put on administrative leave almost instantly after her decision to threaten Senator Lucas, senior NAACP officials, as well as members of the Portsmouth Public Defender’s Office with felonies resulting from a monumental attack plot.

“I think I was unfairly discharged for upholding the rules,” Greene said after news of her dismissal. “I am being retaliated for sticking to my sworn oath… to represent and defend my people, the nation, and to keep my officers safe.”

Just hours later, at a pre-trial hearing at the Portsmouth City Court House, the judge dropped the proceedings against Lucas and all other people involved in the plot.

“There is no proof that the criminal actions of those convicted… are growing to the extent of felony destruction of property or fraud,” Portsmouth prosecutors said in court records.

According to the Media Right News report, Portsmouth’s chief lawyer, Commonwealth Attorney Stephanie Morales, is linked to rapper P Diddy’s “Our Black Party,” an activist organization affiliated with Black Lives Matter, whose first order of business is to disburse the police. In addition, Morales was heavily supported by the progressive left-wing mega-donor George Soros.

Speaking to reporters after the charges were dropped, Lucas appeared to insist that the charges against her were the product of anti-black bias – ignoring the fact that Chief Greene was herself a black woman.

“It gives people in the city confidence that when they come to these courtrooms, they will be handled equally and fairly, even though you may have a corrupt police force that wants to criminalize the justice system against people like me. This gives people hope,” Lucas said.

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