Regarding âBoudin must leaveâ (Letters, December 26): The letter’s statement that âthe lack of social protection is not the problem; the problem is that criminal activity increases when criminals are emboldened by lax law enforcement and the lack of prosecution “seems to assume that” criminals “are people who are inherently criminal.
The view of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin is that crime is not inherent in people, but rather that they are driven into criminal activity by addiction, despair and / or anger. born from lack of social assistance. I see no error in Boudin’s thought. I see fallacious views in the opinions of people who have no idea of ââthe hardships faced by those who are less fortunate and who perhaps lead a life they have not really chosen.[ad_2]