(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) The widow of retired St. Louis police Capt. David Dorn—who was killed by Black Lives Matter looters at a pawn shop during a George Floyd protest in June 2022—has accused the St. Louis political elite of corruption that has made life dangerous for both first responders and ordinary citizens in St. Louis.
Ann Dorn detailed her accusations in a video published by the Gateway Pundit.
“This is getting scary in St. Louis city; it’s getting very dangerous for the officers and first responders out there, including fire and EMS,” Dorn said as she accused circuit attorney Kim Gardner of “putting false information out there.”
Citing reports given to her by current city and police employees who “fear what could happen to them and their families,” Dorn reported that the Metropolitan Police Department is about 450 officers short and is unable to replace them.
“It’s an arterial bleed,” Dorn said. “You can’t put a band aid on an arterial bleed.”
City corruption is the cause, Dorn reported.
“I can tell you right now, the causes are Kim Gardner, [Mayor] Tishaura Jones, city government, city control, interim [police] chief Mike Sack, and the administration,” Dorn said.
“Kim Gardner has been a cancer since she was elected,” Dorn continued. “Why she hasn’t been [indicted], I don’t know.”
Gardner is one of the pro-criminal “rogue prosecutors” whose elections were funded by leftist oligarch George Soros, according to a Heritage Foundation report
“Like many other rogue prosecutors around the country, she was swept into office by winning her 2016 election with a wave of money from George Soros and tech billionaire-funded entities, who again contributed heavily to help her win reelection in 2020,” Heritage reported.
Since her election, the murder rate has dramatically increased, the conviction rate has decreased, and there has been massive turnover in the prosecutor’s office.
“Until she starts focusing more of her attention there and revises her dangerous pro-crime, anti-victim policies, St. Louis is likely to remain in contention for, or to be, the murder capital of the country,” Heritage argued.