D.C. police chief doesn’t see point in charging teens in Uber carjacking as adults

D.C. police chief doesn’t see point in charging teens in Uber carjacking as adults
Muriel Bowser (Image: YouTube screen grab via Washington Post)

[Ed. – The driver was killed, and this is the best the police chief can do?]

As we learned Friday, it doesn’t seem that the two teenage girls who carjacked Uber Eats driver Mohammad Anwar will face harsh punishment for their crimes, even though the older girl could probably be charged as an adult and the younger girl is a suspect in a January 2021 carjacking. One would expect equivocation coming from Mayor Muriel Bowser, SJW city council members, or perhaps woke prosecutors — but not from the D.C. Chief of Police, whose officers filed charges of felony murder and armed carjacking with a taser against the girls.

Sadly, Acting D.C. Police Chief Robert Contee III had some harsh and uncaring answers to questions posed to him by FOX’s D.C. affiliate about the case. When asked about the 13-year-old’s alleged involvement in another recent carjacking, Contee said:

“That’s one of many.

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