On Dec. 20, 2020, Ali Mustafa Hudson was arrested for strong-arm robbery, after allegedly stealing a passengerís phone on a Muni bus. Rather than charge Hudson for the crime, Boudin had him transported to Solano County where Hudson faced a $5,000 misdemeanor warrant for drug possession and driving without a license. Under Covid-19 emergency orders, counties werenít holding people on misdemeanor warrants, so Hudson was released. On Jan. 19, 2021, Sacramento sheriffís deputies responded to reports of a domestic dispute at an apartment complex where Hudson allegedly shot and killed his mother, Ramona Hayes. From the balcony, Hudson began shooting at the deputies, who fired back and wounded him. Sacramento District Attorney Anne Marie Schubert charged Hudson with one count of first-degree murder, two counts of felony attempted murder of sheriff deputies, and one count of felony false imprisonment. The complaint filed by prosecutors alleges one strike for an attempted armed robbery in 1996.

In January 2020, 13-year-old Sienna Carter went missing from the campus of the University of California, San Francisco, where she was with her parents for her sisterís pediatric diabetes treatment. The police found the girl at an Embarcadero warehouse with 22-year-old King John Baylon, who was charged with 18 felonies including kidnapping, possession of child pornography, using a minor for sex acts, sexual intercourse with an underage person, oral copulation of a person under 18, lewd acts upon a child, and human trafficking of a minor. Baylonís bond was set at $1 million, but two days later he was released by Boudin, who set aside all charges pending further investigation. So where is Baylon now? Sitting in a Los Angeles jail cell on a warrant for GBI (great bodily injury) and charged with carrying a loaded firearm in public. The FBI has also placed a hold on him.

Take the case of Zion Young. He was charged with 11 firearms felonies, which Boudin reduced to one misdemeanor and released him on an ankle monitor. Less than three months later, Young shot and killed 19-year-old Kelvin Chew, a student out for a walk in his Portola District neighborhood, in a botched robbery attempt.

Stephanie Ching and her husband Douglas Lomas were charged with murdering Chingís father, 73-year-old Benedict Ching, and dismembering his body. In May 2019, police performed a wellness check and discovered body parts, including his severed head, in the refrigerator. A circular saw and blood were found in the bathtub. That same day, the couple fled to China with their children but were captured and extradited back to the United States. This past October, Ching struck a plea deal with Boudinís office and pleaded guilty to desecration of human remains. She received a suspended sentence with credit for time served and was set free. Lomas also took a plea of voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to just six years in prison.


This guy is a pathetic joke. Apple sure didn't fall from the tree.