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As demographic change sweeps away Anglo-rule from Texas, the erosion of the Anglo-American heritage of the judicial system is swift.

Black Dallas District Attorney John Creuzot, who ran on a platform of ending mass incarceration (i.e. stopping police from arresting black and brown criminals) has now introduced sweeping reforms to stop police Dallas County from prosecuting theft of personal items worth less than $750.

All to help “people of color and people who are poor” from going to jail. [Dallas DA reveals plan for ‘ending mass incarceration’ for petty crimes, slashing probation and bail, Dallas News, April 11, 2019]:

Dallas County will move away from “criminalizing poverty,” District Attorney John Creuzot announced Thursday, outlining a reform plan to decriminalize low-level crimes and decrease the use of excessive probation and bail.

In an open letter to the public, Creuzot detailed his plan to curb overly high bail amounts and stop prosecuting most first-time marijuana offenses and some misdemeanors that he believes often stem from poverty.

“When I ran to become your district attorney, I promised you that I would bring changes to our criminal justice system,” Creuzot wrote in the letter. “The changes that I promised will be a step forward in ending mass incarceration in Dallas County, and will make our community safer by ensuring that our limited resources are spent where they can do the most good.”

In a news release, Creuzot’s office called the changes “data-driven” instead of influenced by race or financial standing.

Creuzot’s plan would initiate sweeping changes to the county’s probation and bail policies, both of which he says have often been used imprudently.

Although he gives no timetable for rolling out the changes, Creuzot instructed prosecutors to ask for shorter probation periods: six months for misdemeanors, 180 days for state jail felonies, two years for second- and third-degree felonies and five years for first-degree felonies.

In cases relating to “technical” violations that don’t threaten public safety, such as failure to pay fines, Creuzot told prosecutors not to ask for any jail or prison time.

These are bold moves for a Texas prosecutor, said Vincent Schiraldi, co-director of the Columbia University Justice lab. A former commissioner of New York City’s probation department, he has advocated for similar changes nationwide and works to help other jurisdictions reform their probation practices.

“For district attorneys to take the lead in this area is a completely new development and a positive one,” Schiraldi said. For too long, probation focused on failure and punishment instead of successful outcomes and avoiding prison, he said.

“A lot of times, people on probation — especially people of color and people who are poor — they feel like it’s such a recidivism trap, that they’re just destined to go to prison anyway, so they would rather just go and get it over with,” he said.

Creuzot’s efforts in Dallas County to decriminalize poverty will include declining to prosecute theft of personal items worth less than $750 unless the theft was for financial gain.

County officials pledged in December 2016 to reform the cash bail system after The Dallas Morning News published an article about a woman jailed for more than a month on $150,000 bail for a $105 shoplifting charge.

Under the changes that Creuzot announced Thursday, Angela Jessie, the woman featured in that News article, probably never would have been jailed on such high bail or prosecuted.

Dallas County officials had pledged bail reforms immediately after Jessie’s story was published. But after a year passed without any significant changes to the system, four nonprofit groups sued the county in 2018 on behalf of six jailed inmates who could not afford their bond.

Dallas is now 29 percent white. We are only a few years away from Texas going blue in the U.S. Presidential election, and going Democrat for good. Thus, the city offers a glimpse of what life will be like for the coming white minority. An elected DA whose goal isn’t to incarcerate criminals, but to keep them out of jail and on the streets because they are primarily people of color (black or brown people).
Broken windows policing is out, replaced with the directive of protecting criminals of color.
 
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  1. Icecut says:

    Welcome to clown world, people. Honk honk!

  2. There is something that all of these “crime is a black entitlement” prosecutors have in common:  they were elected with large campaign donations from Soros organizations.

    It is time to make accepting money to promote or pursue a Soros agenda an act of treason.

  3. Anonymous[830] • Disclaimer says:

    get-out-of-jail-free, platinum race card, guaranteed by the dumb-a** (DA)

  4. eah says:

    Modern America is proving the maxim ‘If you give them an inch they’ll take a mile’ right before your eyes, in real-time, and in numerous contexts (note how the “debate” about homosexual marriage is not a “debate” anymore, and “women” with penises can use the girls bathroom).

    Creuzot’s efforts in Dallas County to decriminalize poverty

    We need a new, modern word for Orwellian.

  5. Chewie111 says:

    What’s less than $750 ?
    * Most laptops
    * Most smartphones
    * All Action cameras
    * Most 4K TV’s
    * Many DSLR and Mirrorless Cameras

    This is like granting open season on a Best Buy store.

  6. Luludog says:

    What? Is $750 some magic number or is it based on how many clothes the average orc can carry out of a store, or how many steaks they can hide in their coats running out of a grocery store? Shop owners better sell and get the he’ll out of Dodge while they still can. This City is doomed.

  7. Creuzot’s efforts in Dallas County to decriminalize poverty will include declining to prosecute theft of personal items worth less than $750 unless the theft was for financial gain.

    So just make sure to steal anything that you can use.

    Shoplifting rings are going to love this since they will just send in women to steal makeup. If you steal clothing just make sure it is in your size.

    What gets me about these liberals is that seem to have zero interest in reading about what happens in other cities. Going soft on shoplifting and trespassing has already been tried. This will just cause retailers to leave and people will lose their jobs. Many of the employees will be Black.

    • Replies: @Augustus
  8. 2020 election will be the last National Election the GOP wins.

    The Supreme Court will not offer any protection from the “Democratic” laws that will take from your god given rights and property as the “Conservative” Majority is a lie.

    3 Jews now sit on the bench. I’ve heard that the Racial Supremacist Sotomayor, The Wise Latina, is a crypto Jew but have yet to substantiate it. We all know how they will vote when given the chance. Then there’s mister Pubic hair on the soda can Clarence Thomas, who will betray the White demographic when given the chance as he has in the past. on top of that, since his moon cricket ass isn’t gong to retire and let Trump put a younger judge in, well, we all know how that is going to turn out 8-10 years from now.

    Then there’s The prostration and pandering by the President to non white racial supremacy groups has done absolutely nothing which is exactly what Any objective observers knew was going to happen. 60+ years of voting records show a very distinct pattern of behavior and thought. But Muh Ideology!

    Muh Ideology doesn’t mean shit when Everyone else is playing the game that is Racial Identity cohesiveness.

    Whites are the only group that believes in the Egalitarian Lie and is forced to.

    the new buzz word is “Civic Nationalism” which is cuck for “Suicide Pact”. It’s just lipstick on the Pig that is the Egalitarian Contract that is working out soooooooo well, rebranded for Boomers and Cucks to feel good about themselves because they aren’t “Racist”

  9. RickTen99 says:

    As soon as she became the Cook County State’s Attorney, Kimesha Foxx, announced similar plans in direct conflict with state law. No charges for a host of charges, no drivers license, suspended or revoked, you walk. Shoplifting under $1000, you walk with wrist slap. Resisting arrest, no more. Fight cops, charges dropped. Felony charges rarely approved and the state attorneys always demand more investigation, more video, more witnesses, more, more, and more then refuse to ok felonies. Cash bail is pretty much done with, everybody signs to appear and many dont. Electronic monitoring a joke, hundreds are missing, whereabouts unknown. Get caught, back on EM again and re-vanish. Baltimore started the same court circus a couple of years ago, result? Some if the highest violent crime rates in the nation. Putting negroes in charge of the justice system is like putting wolves in charge of the sheep. The USA as we know it will be gone in a few years. 3rd world status, violent, failed and will resemble the movie ” Escape from New York”. Sadly many of those who vote are too stupid to see what is happening and continue to vote for their own demise.

  10. @Luludog

    I would think the city was doomed long before this. With a less than 30% white base to pay for it all, the logical next step is to drive the remaining white businesses out and demand federal money so they can pilfer from the till easier.

    That’s when you start seeing ‘studies’ and ‘committees’ trying to ‘turn the tide’ caused by white racism, each of them getting paid in federal dollars for doing so while the city rots.

    Solution? Everyone who has been on assistance for six months has six more months to get off it. After that, it is discontinued and not to be repeated.

    The safety net had become a hammock. It’s high time to tip it over.

  11. Confronted with the inability to maintain social order in BRA compounded by the lack revenue necessary to incarcerate the black burden bureaucrats first create the myth of the impoverished black victim and then lower the bar. For all the good it does decriminalize every crime and dismantle the judiciary. The dog-and-pony-show played out in courtrooms across the country is just another piece of the social order charade. Bureaucrats are faced with the reality that no amount of punishment will deter blacks from subverting social order. To buy time they enact this plan or that plan. This is but another milepost on the road to Afritracy.

    • Replies: @The Bland Enchilada
  12. Would that be retail, wholesale or eBay resale price?

  13. Anonymous[168] • Disclaimer says:

    Just like drug dealing charges get pled down to possession charges, even if the theft involves thousands of dollars of merchandise, with this policy in place, the stolen goods will be pled down to a value under 750 dollars so that the criminal can walk free.

  14. @Chewie111

    Blacks wonder why most major supermarket chains won’t build in their communities. Cities like Memphis and Baltimore have great difficulty convincing major chains to establish stores in black neighborhoods because of theft, robbery, and murder. This new breed of prosecutor is declaring open season on all kinds of business owners, large and small, who will move where there is little theft and robbery. Prosecutors like this are victimizing the very people they claim to be helping.

    • Replies: @lou
  15. @Baron Munchhausen

    2020 election will be the last National Election the GOP wins

    And even that one’s iffy, my friend. Good post!

    • Agree: Feedsackroad, MarcB.
  16. CENTURION says: • Website

    Why only $750? That is too low…..If they raise it to $50,000 then no africans can be insulted by an arrest?

    Also, we should allow one Murder per decade for each “proud black male”…then they won’t be dissed by the Racist White Man’s Burden Law against unauthorized, post birth, abortions (murder).

    See, I should work for the ACLU.

  17. momsense1 says:

    So now justice includes giving some people a license to steal, and I’m very sure these people will take full advantage of this bigoted misapplication of the law.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  18. Anon[142] • Disclaimer says:

    Not charging people who steal less than $750 unless it’s for personal gain? I thought theft was inherently about personal gain! They sell and trade stolen things for drugs! I’d rather someone that broke a window to get in a car or someone

  19. Texian says:

    This is just about right for Dallas. Glad I live in Fort Worth. Hope it never happens here.

  20. MarcB. says:

    Welfare, food stamps, free housing, Medicaid, Pre-K, Midnight Basketball, and bike/school supply daypack drives are no longer enough. We must now allow them to steal $749.99 worth of other peoples stuff without fear of prosecution. This is the sort of ridiculousness that makes even NIMBY leftists consider the lawless future this policy represents.

    Expect serious overhaul of Texas current Second Amendment-friendly gun laws in Texas a few years after it goes solidly Blue (see Colorado), so law-abiding Texans should not expect to be able to protect themselves with circa 2019 street legal weaponry and CCW permits as it inches closer towards Road Warrior mode.

  21. The whole city is going to turn into a free for all…. Its best to leave now or as soon as practical….

  22. EddieP says:

    Does this mean he won’t prosecute, say, cell-phone theft?

    Or a wallet with $700 in it?

    In other words, anyone can walk into a store—or, say, a police station—and walk out with less than $750 worth of stuff and have no fear of prosecution?

    No doubt that will greatly improve quality of life in Dallas…

  23. I might be OK with non-prosecution of retail theft (shoplifting) under a certain dollar amount IF it was accompanied by a new shop keeper’s right to use force to defend their property. Harder to shoplift again tomorrow when their hand is in a cast from today’s attempted theft at a store.

    • Replies: @JNG
  24. lou says:

    I believe Newsome did the same in California, but higher than $750.

  25. lou says:
    @woody weaver

    In prince George County, home of the AA riche, are there nice restaurants?
    Because certain folks dont tip.

  26. CENTURION says: • Website

    Well, the Muslims have burned down Notre Dame……………………….

    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  27. @Luludog

    My thoughts too. Next step is to tell cops not to bother arresting anyone who steals or is in possession of less than $750 worth of goods. And just how are cops supposed to make this on-the-fly judgement of when a suspect has surpassed his $750 (daily? weekly?) limit?

    This will get interesting as the courts will be challenged to handle cases where a robber sues the local police force, alleging discrimination and profiling because he was in possession of only $700 worth of loot.

  28. JNG says:
    @Boomer Realist

    Completely agree.

    I said something similar to this on a past post regarding the Atlanta Police Department’s decision to no longer respond to shoplifting calls; the APD suggested that business owners attempt to resolve shoplifting issues by other means that did not involve the police. So I was like, “OK, how about a couple of 9mm rounds in the back when someone is running out the front door with your property or merchandise?”

  29. JNG says:

    The attached article says the county will decline to prosecute thefts of property less than $750 “unless the theft was for financial gain.”

    I assume the burden of proving that any theft was for “financial gain” will still be bore by the state. What I imagine happening is that some yuf gets caught stealing an iPad or laptop from WalMart and simply tells the police he or she was stealing the device because they needed it for school. “It wasn’t for financial gain, officer–no, not at all. I need it for school so I can study and write research papers.” Because of course every time one of these idiots manages to get themselves shot by the police, we always hear about how they were going to start college next week.

    What the hell does “financial gain” even mean? Someone earlier rightly noted that all theft is INHERENTLY for financial gain since you don’t have to come out of pocket yourself to obtain the same item. You would think that maybe if someone was caught stealing cash, that would be an open and shut case of a theft for financial gain, but I can already see a loophole. All someone has to do is claim they were forced to steal the cash in order to buy food for the “fambly”, or to buy school supplies for their kids, or that they needed it for their college registration fee, or…well, you get my point.

    What happens when someone steals an old beater car worth $500? Must the prosecution consult the Kelly Blue Book Value before deciding whether to proceed with prosecution? Following their logic, if someone steals my old beater car that I only use to get to work then the thief should get a pass. But if the same thief steals someone’s brand new Lexus, is it only then that they will have to face any consequences?

    This policy is a direct assault on private property rights, and it will not stop here. Once emboldened, at some point in the future we will hear sob stories about poor Dontrel whose life is now ruined by a criminal record because he was caught stealing $1,000 of someone else’s property so obviously we must start declining to prosecute cases where the amount in question is less than $1,500.

    I’m in my 30s, so I’m not that old, but the direction I have seen this world take within the past decade is appalling.

  30. Sounds like District Attorney John Creuzot plans to “fundamentally change” Dallas County.
    Hmm. Now, where have I heard THAT before?

  31. @Feedsackroad

    “Afrotocracy”? Never heard that term before. Very descriptive.

  32. @momsense1

    now justice includes giving some people a license to steal

    Crime is the new black entitlement.

  33. cogito says:

    Does this mean I can get my gasoline for free as long as I don’t need more than $750 worth at a time? COOL!

  34. @CENTURION

    Exactly what I said!

    Wait for it…

  35. @Chewie111

    Yeah…but at least where I live this is just codifying what’s already the de facto standard. Negroes aren’t prosecuted most of the time anyway.

    The open secret in the criminal justice system is that if even half of negro criminals were prosecuted the entire system would grind to a halt, crash and burn. It’s simply not designed for the numbers, and we don’t have the manpower.

    Dallas County will move away from “criminalizing poverty,” District Attorney John Creuzot said.

    Translated: Dallas (and most “urban” jurisdictions) will move away from criminalizing crime. Yet another facet of Black Privilege. Laws are for White People.

    • Agree: MarcB.
    • Replies: @europeasant
    , @Mr. Rational
  36. Extrapolating the future: all the items in your house now need to have RFID tags which have the value of the item encoded. Alexa or Siri will be equipped with RFID readers that tell how many items and of what value are actively moving about the house in the hands of a non-financial gain acquisition agent. When, and only when, the total of all items grabbed exceeds $750 will Alexa and Siri contact the police and also send the Bluetooth signal which releases the electronic trigger lock on your mandated Super-Safe home defense weapon. The triggering threshold can be updated automatically via the cloud as the triggering value rises based on the sad tales of woe of the oppressed underclasses.
    Be cautious in firing as most assailants will be backing up to you in order to get close enough to attack, knowing that if you shoot them in the back you’re good for some serious prison time. Many people have gotten good results with a powered turntable in the living room floor that spins the intended target around suddenly into “good shoot” posture.
    Have fun and enjoy your brave new world.

  37. swamped says:

    “Creuzot’s efforts in Dallas County to decriminalize poverty will include declining to prosecute theft of personal items worth less than $750 unless the theft was for financial gain”…so is this $750 worth per day?or is it $750 worth per store?Can you go to the mall & go right down the row, cleaning out one store after another?Can you bring your kids (or someone else’s)&each get $750 worth? Is this the retail value, or can you steal that much from the warehouse, too?If you pilfer a sale item, does it count at the regular price or the sale price?And what if they don’t have your size or the right color, can you get a rain check?
    And since it’s theft of “personal items” does that include someone else’s personal possessions? It’s alright now to snatch someone’s purse or pick someone’s pocket as long as it has less than $750 worth in it? And when you’re tired of stocking up, can you go to a fancy restaurant & order $750 worth of food & drink & walk out when you’re done? Glad Dallas County is decriminalizing crime. Hope someone gets their $750 worth out of Creuzot’s garage.

  38. anon[335] • Disclaimer says:
    @Chewie111

    Add bicycles to the list. People will fight to stop a bike thief from taking their bike, so with no law enforcement for theft of personal items expect more fights, violence, deaths.

  39. @lou

    I would call the $750 theft limit a “reverse tip”. Reverse tips are indirect reparations. I remember reading about small business owners in a posh part of Atlanta complaining to the mayor and city council that the police no longer respond to shoplifting calls. Blacks can now steal from white business owners with near impunity. These new district attorneys will cause tourism to plummet. Blacks will wonder why white people won’t come to their cities to visit and spend money. Business owners will pack up and go to states and cities where laws are enforced regardless of race. Cities run by blacks, social justice warriors, and progressives will no longer have much of a tax base. Countries like Zimbabwe and South Africa will turn to the world for handouts because they have murdered or drove out white farmers and businesses. Once “disparate impact” determines who is charged with a crime, we are doomed. Sam Francis’s prediction of a future where anarcho-tyranny reigns is slowly coming true

  40. my how things have gotten worse,my stepfather was a DA in dallas back in the day,he then went on the become a judge for HUD….it was mostly white back then of course..looks like dallas is now a no go zone for whites

  41. @lou

    Sure, there are nice restaurants in PG County! Blue Sunday Bar and Grille in Bowie, MD is pretty nice. Here’s an article about it…

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/local/public-safety/guilty-plea-in-triple-killing-at-maryland-restaurant/2018/09/05/aebe6f46-a668-4f88-84f0-245fb0b4ca0c_story.html?utm_term=.ae938d51ff44

    It occupies a spot where Outback Steak House used to be. Outback had moved to a different spot in that mall, but then decided to get the hell outta Dodge and moved to Anne Arundel County. However, I’d argue it wasn’t far enough into Anne Arundel County. Some areas on the fringe are suffering from, for lack of a better word, “PG Spillover”.

  42. Augustus says:
    @John Johnson

    If black people lose jobs in stores because such abuse of law is allowed that stores close or leave, it will not matter to blacks. They aren’t motivated to work, but only to get money. The ideal is an affirmative action job where they can make personal phone calls all day, come in late and leave early. If a store closes, they’re happy to get unemployment as long as possible. We keep thinking they are like us, but they are not.

  43. @Baron Munchhausen

    2020 election will be the last National Election the GOP wins.

    Suits me just fine. Apart from rhetoric they’re identical to the other Marxists. The illusion of any real choice needed to go sooner or later.

  44. Lisa says:

    I absolutely cannot believe this…this is BS, it is racist…are they going to let whites go for the same infractions? I don’t think so…they will make examples out of the whites…THIS IS NOT OK

  45. james ha says:
    @Chewie111

    what else is less than $750 ?
    the shotgun which i will blast somebody with if they come in my house and steal my stuff.

    • Agree: Mr. Rational
  46. L Garou says:

    There’s a hitch in that giddy-up.
    In Texas, citizens are permitted to perform citizenb arrests with a .44

  47. @Meretricious

    “The open secret in the criminal justice system is that if even half of negro criminals were prosecuted the entire system would grind to a halt, crash and burn. It’s simply not designed for the numbers, and we don’t have the manpower”

    The USA is slowly crumbling before our eyes. In my area the Africans control the county, the city and many parts of the system. The jails are filled to overflow with Africans and itz only going to get worse.
    The White people either move away or send the excess Africans out to the surrounding areas to disperse them so as to make it seem that crime is not out of control.

    • Replies: @AnalogMan
  48. Anonymous[785] • Disclaimer says:

    crime has been “black privilege” for a long time, it’s not new

  49. @Meretricious

    The open secret in the criminal justice system is that if even half of negro criminals were prosecuted the entire system would grind to a halt, crash and burn. It’s simply not designed for the numbers, and we don’t have the manpower.

    There’s a solution for that, too:  use the process as the punishment.  Raise bail requirements, make huge tent camps to house the pre-trial detainees, let them plead out if they cop to a felony.

    Here’s the critical step:  they serve their custodial sentence outside the USA, and juvie felons do not get let back until age 21.  Hiring some of that cheap foreign labor where it lives instead of bringing it here is the key to making the finances work.  And as the deterrent effect of being shipped outside the country starts to bite, you make a dent in the problem.  You get a further dent in the problem as the next generation of felons that the teen felons would have sired is either not born or replaced by the offspring of better stock, giving you results in the public schools starting in as little as 6 years.

    • Replies: @Meretricious
  50. OT: Filling up the tank in Atlanta is the modern day equivalent of the sitting duck. Never mind riding shotgun. You’d better be carrying one while you’re pumping gas.

    ‘2 people dead in 2 different gas station shootings in DeKalb County’

    Apr 16, 2019 – 4:05 AM

    DEKALB COUNTY, Ga. – DeKalb County police are investigating two shootings at two different gas stations. 

    Two people are dead from the shootings. A total of four people were shot. 

    The first shooting happened around 6 p.m. at the Quick Stop at 1101 N. Hairston Road in unincorporated Stone Mountain, investigators said. 

    When police arrived at the gas station, they found one man dead from an apparent gunshot wound.

    Shortly after 8 p.m., police were called to a Shell station near Interstate 20 and Wesley Chapel Road. 

    Police said three people were found shot at the scene. Investigators said they found a man lying near a gas pump who was unresponsive. They later determined he was dead. 

    https://www.wsbtv.com/news/local/dekalb-county/two-people-dead-in-two-different-gas-station-shootings-in-dekalb-county/940436195

  51. @Mr. Rational

    Agreed. An enlightened society would afford these miscreants the privilege of serving out their sentences in african prison camps, where they’d feel more at home. Extra bonus: if they escape no one’s the worse for wear.

    • Replies: @Mr. Rational
  52. Sheera says:

    So you are telling Dallasites, Hey! Theft is okay as long as it’s a small amount! $750 is not a small amount to me and if you steal, you should go to Jail. No wonder our Society is screwed up and crap like this is exactly why I LEFT Dallas. Idiots.

  53. AnalogMan says:
    @europeasant

    A good comment spoiled by the jarring Africanism. “Itz” is not an English word. I don’t like to be a scold, but you do this consistently, and it sets my teeth on edge every time. Please don’t make me skip your comments in future. You’re a White man. Show some pride.

  54. @Meretricious

    if they escape no one’s the worse for wear.

    Even better than that:  if they don’t appear for daily muster, they don’t get credit for time served and have to stay longer.

    Better yet:  if you let them run loose the rest of the day and they wind up made good by the locals, you never have to deal with them again.

  55. Mike124 says:

    Dallas Independent School District has 157k students and 5% of them are white, so that 29% number might be optimistic. (Or a VERY high percentage of white parents send their kids to private schools.)

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