Boudin Gives Puppy Killer Drug Diversion for Violent Robbery of Asian Visitor
I was a legacy at SFPD and when I went into the Department, my father advised me, “You never want to see a dead child, it will stay with you forever.” As normal people, we can’t fathom why anyone would harm a child. Children are so innocent, vulnerable, and totally dependent on us.
I can neither watch coverage nor comprehend the cruel mind that caused the tragic school shooting in Texas. It’s heart wrenching. And while not for a second would I ever compare harming a child to killing a puppy, there is a parallel sickness possessed by the violent assailant of either. A puppy is also innocent, vulnerable, and totally dependent on humans.
Delos Pierre Gallon (27) is such a violent man.
Gallon’s pre-Boudin résumé
Gallon is a resident of Richmond, California. In 2014, he was convicted of robbery in San Francisco. In 2016, he was convicted of a burglary in San Francisco. In May 2018, in an extremely graphic (Warning: this will stay with you forever) video viewed by over 30,000, Gallon killed his girlfriend’s puppy Cocker Spaniel by hurling Prince onto the floor of a Tenderloin grocery store. For this domestic violence incident, Gallon was sent to prison for four years. Only a monster would kill a puppy.
Puppy killer Gallon’s résumé under DA Chesa Boudin
Released from prison early, in December 2020, Gallon was arrested in a burglary, while being in possession of a gun. Technically, a convicted felon with a gun. Gallon also gained dual probation status in both San Francisco and Contra Costa County.
On October 8, 2021, at 2:00 in the afternoon, MUNI video documents that Gallon and Sasha Maxwell-Johnson entered a 38 MUNI bus at O’Farrell and Taylor Streets. On the MUNI video, Gallon is heard using his cellphone coordinating a second accomplice to enter the back entrance of the MUNI bus (of course without paying.) The second accomplice went directly up to a seated 24-year-old Asian female named Jung, who had her backpack firmly guarded between her legs, aware of how dangerous San Francisco has become. The accomplice grabbed Jung’s secured backpack and started to flee through the back door—one of 85 reported nonviolent property larcenies that occur in SF daily. Jung instinctively arose to give chase. Gallon stood up from his seat, and cowardly Sunday-punched Jung in the side of the face—elevating the property crime to a robbery. The force of Gallon’s closed fist sent Jung to the floor and bloodied her nose. Paramedics had to be called to attend to her.
(Above: Gallon’s fist is about to blind side Jung as Sasha darts from MUNI. Gallon’s halloween mask (on October 8th) is pulled back from his face.)
Gallon had performed an excellent profiling of Jung, an obvious unfamiliar international guest to our city. From Jung’s backpack, Gallon and his accomplice robbed her of her passport, visa, iPad, laptop, and $500 in cash.
SFPD immediately went to work, gathering videos and putting together a cohesive investigative case on Gallon. SFPD arrested Gallon.
DA Boudin threw the synonym book at Gallon: he filed, charged, took action against Gallon, held Gallon accountable, or prosecuted Gallon. At the preliminary hearing on November 12, 2021, the judge determined that there was sufficient evidence to support that Gallon committed the robbery and assaulted Jung.
Then, when no one was looking, Boudin and Judge Brendan Conroy1 freed Gallon the puppy killer to the streets by enrolling him in an official sounding drug diversion program called Drug Court Track II. (Why not call it Drug Track XVIIb?) Of great concern is that Boudin and the judge circumvented diversion eligibility rules because violent criminals are specifically not eligible for diversion programs. And why did Boudin orchestrate sending someone to drug diversion if they weren’t arrested for drugs?
It’s obvious Boudin recognized that Jung would not be in San Francisco to protest the release of Gallon. Thus, it was easy for Boudin, acting as if he was still a public defender, to sneak the puppy-killer out of the backdoor of county jail so that he would be available to continue driving up the crime rate in SF. (Through May 29th, larcenies are up 24% over last year.)
Nor did Boudin have the courtesy to notify the SFPD officers that combed through hours of surveillance and MUNI video to arrest and make the public safe from the puppy killer. SFPD only gained knowledge of Gallon’s freedom when a few officers recognized the Richmond resident on the City’s streets.
Almost laughable, sources are confirming that Gallon was seen last week vacationing in Las Vegas. We have to assume you can now attend Drug Track II remotely, maybe even while you are working the corner of Eddy and Hyde Streets.
Boudin’s lack of empathy has failed the public’s safety
You can’t make stories like this up and you definitely won’t see these facts in the local pro-Boudin newspapers.
Unlike us normal folks,
1) It is clear that Boudin lacks the empathy gene in his DNA,
2) Boudin recognizes no responsibility to uphold the basic prosecutorial functions of his job, and
3) Boudin feels no obligation to protect the citizens, visitors, tourists, or even puppies that make up the fabric of our struggling city.
Only a DA, with a sadistic mindset can tolerate a puppy killer like Gallon on San Francisco’s or Las Vegas’ streets.
In previous articles, I have described Judge Brendan Conroy as the judge most shopped by public defenders and DA Boudin to render pro-defendant settlements.