Democrat State Senator Louise Lucas and her NAACP co-conspirators seem to have flexed their privilege, with a judge dropping charges filed over their roles in a June Black Lives Matter attack on Portsmouth, Virginia’s Confederate Monument – a designated historical site that investigators say Lucas and members of NAACP leadership conspired to attack and destroy.
As I recently reported for National File, Portsmouth Police Chief Angela Greene was fired Monday morning, two months after being placed on administrative leave almost immediately following her decision to charge Senator Lucas, high-ranking NAACP members, as well as members of the Portsmouth Public Defender’s Office with felonies stemming from the monument attack plot.
“I believe I was wrongfully terminated for upholding the law,” Greene said following news of her firing. “I’m being retaliated against for sticking to my sworn oath … to serve and protect my citizens, community and keeping my officers safe.”
Just hours later, at a pre-trial hearing at the Portsmouth City Court House, a judge dismissed charges against Lucas and all others involved in the plot.
“There is no proper evidence that the alleged actions of those charged … rise to the level of felony destruction of property or conspiracy,” Portsmouth prosecutors stated in court documents.
According to a report by Media Right News, Portsmouth’s lead prosecutor, Commonwealth’s Attorney Stephanie Morales, is linked to rapper P Diddy’s “Our Black Party,” a political movement aligned with Black Lives Matter whose first stated order of business is to defund the police. Additionally, Morales has been heavily funded by radical left-wing mega donor George Soros.
Speaking to reporters after the charges were dismissed, Lucas continued with her insistence that the charges against her were the result of anti-black racism – despite Chief Greene being a black woman herself.
“This gives people in the community hope that when they come to these courtrooms that they will be treated in a fair and just manner, even though you may have a rogue police department who intends to criminalize the justice system against people like me. This gives people hope,” said Lucas.
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