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A convicted criminal who served nearly a decade in California prisons has risen to the house of the progressive state’s government.
The strange tale of former Los Angeles gangster and California inmate Jarad Nava was profiled in a Los Angeles Times puff piece earlier this month.
The onetime mass shooter — whose victims included children — now works at the California State Capitol in Sacramento.
Nava was convicted of four counts of attempted murder in 2014.
The then-member of the Pomona Don’t Care Krew street gang opened fire on a sedan he thought was carrying members of a rival criminal organization.
Nava claims he doesn’t remember telling his victims they were going to die as he terrorized them; as court documents indicate.
One of Nava’s victims, Yesenia Castro, remains paralyzed as a result of her injuries in the shooting and uses a wheelchair.
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