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DA George Gascon of Los Angeles dispels concerns from the mother of the murdered officer: "We don't have a crystal ball."

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Wednesday, Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gasconsaid she would allow her son to murder when asked about the mother of one of the murdered El Monte police officers. He seems to have dispelled his concerns when he said he criticized his policy. He should stay out of jail before the shooting. 

"This individual had no history of violence," Gascon said in a discussion at the Virtual City Hall on Wednesday night, the murderer Justin William Flores {12. I talked aboutwho accused}. When asked by Fox News Digital that Gascon should resign his officer's death "immediately," Gascon said, "He may have been released on bail for several months and committed violence for a month. He has a crystal ball.

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon speaks at a press conference earlier this month. 

Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascon reports Lecture at the press conference Earlier this month.  (KCBS-TV)

Gang member Flores claims a weaponafter receiving a generous oneI was under probation. Judgment by judicial transaction. Gascon's policy allowed Flores to be sentenced to a light sentence without challenging the felony of possessing a firearm, despite a strike on his criminal record. 

Garcia is the mother and partner of Joseph Anthony Santana, a police officer in El Monte Cpl. Michael Domingo Paredes is allegedly shot and killed by Flores during a domestic call at the motel. He shot a policeman as they entered the motel's room.

Los Angeles Da George Gascon defends policy after two police officers are killed: "We have an imperfect system" 

Flores' wife After he attacked her, she said she went to the motel the day before to escape him, but he chased her there. 

Flores was killed by police during a shootout in the parking lot. 

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This photo provided by the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation shows Justin William Flores who is the alleged gunman in a Southern California shootout that killed two police officers on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 in El Monte, California.

This photo is from California Provided by the State Correction Agency Rehabilitation shows Justin William Flores allegedly a gunner in a South California gun battle that killed two police officers in El Monte, California on Tuesday, June 14, 2022. (California Correction and Rehabilitation Department via AP)

"I contacted my family and met them to express my condolences," Gascon said. Added. After a Fox News question about Garcia. "We have a unit of victims."

Garcia previously told Fox News: And other officers will still be here.

Los Angeles County DA George Gascon's policy accused of killing a man in California 

Gascon Wednesday Added to the Virtual City Hall at Night. He elaborated on the shooting and the Los Angeles decision system. "We made great efforts to contact the family and the police."

The city of El Monte announced Corporal Michael Paredes and Officer Joseph Santana were killed in the line of duty. 

The city of Elmonte announces Corporal Michael Paredes and officers Joseph Santana was killed on duty.  (City of Elmonte)

He denied the policy of "predicting or controlling this event". 

DA also referred to rumors that one of his instructions would pay his office for Flores' funeral, but the office denied this. 

"Mr. Flores wasn't a victim ... he committed a sneaky crime," Gascon said the rumors were "incredibly disturbing." 

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He also briefly talked about gun control and the country "More guns than people."  

Fox News' Sarah Rumpf contributed to this report.