State Attorney General Responds to Soros-Backed Prosecutor’s Resignation: This Won’t Save You

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Embattled St. Louis prosecutor Kimberly Gardner has tendered her resignation, but that won’t end the state attorney general’s efforts to remove her from office prior to her intended last day of June 1.

In her resignation letter, Gardner claimed that a recent proposed bill in the state legislature was “part of a coordinated, long-standing strategy to undermine me and my efforts to make the City of St. Louis safe and fairer.”

She then listed a slate of accomplishments that some would argue represent secondary goals — if that — for a city prosecutor, while saying little to nothing about her record of convicting criminals.

“We have established innovative prosecutor-led diversion programs, significantly reduced police misconduct, created pathways to successfully overturn wrongful convictions, and won justice for victims in the most violent cases,” she wrote.

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey had earlier issued an ultimatum to Gardner to resign or face “immediate removal proceedings, released a statement after her resignation was announced.

“There is absolutely no reason for the Circuit Attorney to remain in office until June 1. We remain undeterred with our legal quest to forcibly remove her from office. Every day she remains puts the city of St. Louis in more danger. How many victims will there be between now and June 1? How many defendants will have their constitutional rights violated? How many cases will continue to go unprosecuted?”

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