D.C. Shooter Got Off Violent Crimes Charges Due To Soros-Funded DA

(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- Randall Cunningham, a Metro employee, was shot to death while attempting to defend Metro passengers from a gunman.

That gunman was Isaiah Trotman, and he was charged with first-degree murder.

Trotman killed four people during his shooting spree at the Potomac Avenue Station before the late Mr. Cunningham and a female Metro passenger named Shante Trumpet wrestled the pistol away from Trotman.

The Soros-funded Albemarle County, Virginia prosecutor rejected violent crime charges against Trotman.

However, the shooting in the DC Metro could easily have been avoided when Trotman was detained in Albemarle County, Virginia, in November 2021 on suspicion of a violent felony, only to be released in January 2022 by the prosecutor who receives funding from George Soros.

Assault and battery are considered misdemeanors in Virginia and are subject to fines and/or up to a year in prison. Trotman might have only been imprisoned for a small period of time before the incident.

Albemarle County, Virginia’s Soros-funded prosecutor, Jim Hingeley, was dismissive of the notion and said that if he had thrown Trotman in jail, he would have only forced him to “serve out half of his sentence anyhow,” even though it is pretty apparent that the entire situation surrounding Trotman could have played out much differently, possibly saving human life.

Hingeley, who receives funding from Soros, said, “I seriously doubt that a hypothetical six-month active jail sentence, costing taxpayers thousands of dollars, and ending in June 2022, would have prevented the tragic killing and wounding in D.C. seven months after Mr. Trotman’s release from a hypothetical sentence in Albemarle County.”

Officers were summoned to Trotman’s residence two weeks before the mass shooting to check on his wellbeing, according to reports in the local media and records from the Metropolitan Police Department, but they could not find him.

The welfare check was because Trotman skipped his adult “behavioral group” meeting.