Recently, allegations of intimidation and censorship have surfaced within the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office. Deputy District Attorney Tatiana Chahoian has come forward, risking her job security, to shed light on prosecutors' pressure to turn a blind eye to charges related to reckless driving, street racing, and street takeovers.

Chahoian spoke out in an interview with Fox 11 News, exposing how prosecutors are being urged not to pursue these dangerous cases. In response, L.A. County District Attorney George Gascon allegedly sent two police officers to her home with a letter accusing her of lying and violating office policies by speaking out without approval.

In a statement issued by the L.A. County District Attorney's Office, they emphasized the importance of honesty and addressing false claims, stating that it is a fundamental responsibility of their office. However, Chahoian is standing by her decision to speak out, asserting her First Amendment right to do so.

Source: Youtube