Rep. Mike Honda, right, and activist groups are trying
to put a scare into Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley.
PHOTO/ALCO DA Office.
ALAMEDA COUNTY | During an Alameda Planning Board meeting in July 2013, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley warned the proposed In-N-Out Burger near the Webster Tube in Alameda would not only attract burger lovers, but criminals from Oakland.
“We have people coming to what could be considered a vulnerable site in Alameda. It’s easy in and easy out, no pun intended,” said O’Malley.
The operative word was people. Black people? Brown people? The Hamburglar?
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Law enforcement from other locales with an In-N-Out Burger later reported no discernible uptick in crime where Double-Doubles and animal-style fries were sold. And with the Alameda opening of the burger joint set for this week, O’Malley’s theory can now be put to the test.
Yet, in hindsight, O’Malley’s questionable race-tinged comments in the summer of 2013, were the first of a string of controversies that have followed.
Activists groups have hammered O’Malley over her office’s plan to charge restitution against the group of protesters who shut down BART trains at the West Oakland station on Black Friday last year.
Some elected officials like Oakland Councilmember Desley Brooks have urged BART and the DA’s office to drop the charges against the Black Lives Matter group. Later, iconic Oakland civil rights leader and former Black Panther Elaine Brown went as far as call O’Malley racist.
It also didn’t help that O’Malley skipped a high-profile Oakland City Council special meeting on police brutality attended by just about every ranking official in the county.
To make matters worse for O’Malley’s push back for dropping charges against the protesters even led to the Alameda Labor Council, last week, uninviting O’Malley to an event in her honor.
Since Nancy O'Malley is opposed to having anything that might be a crime magnet near to where she lives, therefore I suggest we make it illegal for any lawyers to live in Alameda County, and also for any lawyers and law firms to have an office in AC.
More specifically, most so called law firms are really nothing more than organized, embezzling, and money laundering rings that merely go through a light charade of pretending to be involved in the practice of law, and lawyers also have skyhigh rates of alcoholism and drug abuse, so as to lessen the amount of riff raff in AC, let's prohibit the presence of lawyers and law firms in AC..
Since Nancy “The Demagogue and Bay area style 'Liberal'” O'Malley had previously taken the position that she did not want anything in and/or connected to the city of Alameda, in other words her hometown, that would attract the supposed “riff raff” from Oakland to Alameda, I recommend that Oakland also take any and all necessary steps to keep the riff raff from Alameda out of Oakland.
Therefore, Oakland should hire security guards who will be stationed at all roads connecting Oakland and Alameda and with strict orders not to allow any lawyers who live in Alameda to enter Oakland.
I am going to build a shopping center in the city of Alameda, and which will include a variety of businesses, and including fast food joints, and such as and similar to In-N-Out-Burger.
However to make the shopping experience as pleasant as possible for my customers, I will not let any unusually sleazy criminals, phonies, charlatans, hypocrites, Bay area style liberals and NIMBYs, and other riff raff in my shopping center. And first and foremost my security guards will have strict orders not to allow any typical Bay area style big windbag demagogue lawyers inside the place.
Oh, that's right, Nancy O'Malley is a lawyer, also a Bay area style “liberal,” and still furthermore one of the very most extreme examples of a NIMBY.
How can you expect O'Malley to fairly enforce the law when she violates the law herself: http://mortgageflimflam.com/2014/10/14/nancy-omalley-spent-trust-fund-monies-in-violation-of-state-law/