California AG touts prosecution of man for making death threats to mosque AFTER agreeing to dismiss those same charges

The problem with Becerra’s statement is that it was issued two days after his prosecutors agreed to dismiss a felony hate crime charge against Feigin for making the threats in question.

“This is outrageous,” Feigin’s defense attorney, Caleb Mason, told CNN. “These statements are false and defamatory.”

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