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Former LA gang member who shot and paralyzed a 16-year-old girl is now employed in the Department of Public Safety, courtesy of Newsom

A Convicted⁣ Criminal⁣ Rises to Power in California Government

In a shocking turn of events, a former Los Angeles​ gangster and California inmate, Jarad Nava, has not only been released from prison but‌ has also secured a⁣ position in the state’s ⁣government. This incredible story was recently‍ featured in a captivating article ‍by the Los Angeles ⁢Times.

Nava,​ who was convicted of four counts of⁤ attempted murder in 2014, ⁣was once a member of the notorious Pomona ‍Don’t ⁤Care Krew street gang. He committed a heinous act of‌ violence by opening fire on a car that he believed​ belonged to a rival‍ criminal organization. Tragically, one of his victims, Yesenia Castro, was left paralyzed and confined to a‍ wheelchair as a result of the shooting.

Despite​ the severity of‍ his crimes,⁢ Nava’s sentence was remarkably reduced ‌by⁢ ultra-progressive California Governor Gavin Newsom. Originally facing 162 years in ‍prison, ⁢Nava now only serves an eight-year sentence. This controversial ‍decision ‍has⁤ sparked⁤ outrage and raised questions about the state’s commitment to public safety.

Newsom’s emotional ⁣encounter with Nava​ at the California Capitol, as reported by the U.K. Daily Mail, further highlights the⁤ controversial nature of this situation. The governor expressed his satisfaction with Nava’s employment and defended his decision to commute the sentence.

Nava currently holds ⁣a position⁣ in ‌the‍ California Senate’s Public Safety Committee, adding another layer of irony to his story. The state’s ​prisons ⁤have been grappling ⁣with severe overcrowding, leading authorities ‌to explore​ alternative methods of inmate release.

While Nava has taken⁢ responsibility for his actions and expressed remorse to his victims, it is⁤ important to consider ⁢the impact of his crimes on the lives of those affected. The victims declined to speak to the Los Angeles Times for the article, leaving their ‌pain ⁢and suffering unexplored.


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What are the ‍potential implications of Nava’s appointment‌ to the California Senate’s Public ⁢Safety Committee, considering his criminal background?

A Convicted Criminal Rises ​to Power in California Government

In a shocking ⁤turn of ⁤events, a former Los Angeles gangster and⁤ California inmate, Jarad Nava, has not only been released from prison but has also secured ⁢a position in‌ the state’s government. This incredible story was recently featured in a captivating article by the Los Angeles Times.

Nava, who was convicted‌ of four counts of attempted murder in 2014, was once⁢ a member of the‌ notorious Pomona Don’t Care Krew street gang. He committed a heinous act of violence by opening fire on a car that he believed belonged to a rival criminal organization. Tragically,​ one of his victims, Yesenia ⁢Castro, was left paralyzed ‌and confined to a wheelchair as a ⁣result of the shooting.

Despite the severity⁤ of his crimes, Nava’s sentence was remarkably reduced by ultra-progressive California Governor Gavin Newsom. Originally facing 162 years in prison, ‍Nava now only serves an eight-year​ sentence. This controversial decision has sparked outrage and raised questions ⁣about the state’s commitment to public safety.

Newsom’s emotional encounter with Nava at the California Capitol, as‍ reported ​by the U.K. Daily Mail, further highlights the ⁣controversial nature of this situation. The governor expressed his satisfaction with Nava’s employment ⁢and defended his decision to commute the sentence.

Nava currently holds a position in the California Senate’s Public Safety​ Committee, adding another layer of⁢ irony to his story.‍ The state’s prisons have been grappling with severe overcrowding, leading authorities to explore alternative‌ methods of inmate release.

While Nava‌ has taken responsibility⁣ for his actions and⁢ expressed remorse to his victims, it is important to consider the impact of his crimes on the⁤ lives of those affected. The victims declined⁣ to speak to ​the ⁤Los Angeles Times for the article, leaving their pain and suffering unexplored.

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