Last Updated on February 6, 2023
Violent crime charges against Isaiah Trotman, the DC Metro shooter who killed a transit employee and wounded three bystanders last week, were dismissed last year by Albemarle County, Virginia’s Soros-funded prosecutor.
DC Metro shooter Isaiah Trotman has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Metro employee Randall Cunningham, who was fatally shot while trying to protect Metro customers from the gunman. In total, Trotman shot 4 people as part of his Potomac Avenue Station rampage before the gun was wrestled away from him by a female Metro customer, Shante Trumpet, who’s being hailed as a hero, along with the late Mr. Cunningham.
But the DC Metro shooting never had to happen, as Trotman was arrested on violent crime charges in Albemarle County, Virginia in November of 2021, only to be let go by the county’s George Soros-funded prosecutor in January of 2022.
Under Virginia law, the offense of assault and battery is classified as a misdemeanor, punishable by up to 1-year in jail. At most, Trotman could’ve been locked up until briefly before the shooting took place.
Though quite obviously, the entire situation surrounding Trotman could’ve played out much differently, possibly preserving human life, had he been actually sentenced to any jail time for his assault, Albemarle County, Virginia’s Soros-funded prosecutor, Jim Hingeley, was dismissive of the situation when he spoke to the Washington Free Beacon, and admitted that if he had thrown Trotman in jail, he’d have only forced him to serve out half of his sentence anyway.
“I seriously doubt that a hypothetical six-month active jail sentence, costing taxpayers thousands of dollars, and ending in June 2022, would have prevented the tragic killing and woundings in D.C. seven months after Mr. Trotman’s release from a hypothetical sentence in Albemarle County,” Soros-funded Hingeley told the Free Beacon.
After his quick release, he was once again arrested, this time in Pennsylvania, and once again allowed to go free on drug charges.
At the time of the DC Metro shooting, Trotman was actually awaiting sentencing in Pennsylvania.
But even that isn’t the end of Trotman’s recent law enforcement contact, and citizens are asking why an apparent career criminal was allowed to go free up until the point that he murdered someone.
According to local media and Metropolitan Police Department records, officers were sent to the home of Trotman two weeks before the mass shooting, to check on his welfare, but were unable to locate him. The welfare check was prompted by Trotman being a no-show to his adult “behavioral group.”