On Tuesday, the vast majority of people living in San Francisco decided to recall Chesa Boudin from office.
The recall of District Attorney Chesa Boudin on Tuesday was a victory for a victim of crime in San Francisco who believes that Boudin’s practices have contributed to an increase in the city’s crime rates. This victim believes that Boudin should be held accountable for her role in the rise in crime rates.
In an interview that was conducted exclusively with the media, John Marble expressed his gratitude to the citizens of San Francisco for electing a new mayor. “For my part,” he said. Marble described the treatment he believes he received from the administration of Boudin following the alleged crimes committed against him.
Marble revealed while he was watching the results of the election be declared, “I’m not ashamed to admit that I cried last night.” “I think for me and a lot of other victims, it was a feeling of validation, that the things we went through, not only in the crimes we faced but in the treatment from the DA’s office, were true,” said a victim. “The things we went through, not only in the crimes we faced but in the treatment from the DA’s office, were true.”
Additionally, he stated, “I was just so grateful that the voters felt that as well.”