Soros Operative Used An “Exclusion List” Involving Police 

( Reports show a former homicide detective from St. Louis, Missouri, claims that district attorney Kim Gardner spearheaded a coordinated operation to tear the system down by putting officers on an “exclusion list” that barred them from doing their jobs. 

Former police officer Roger Murphey told Fox News he was put on Gardner’s notorious “exclusion list.”  Because of the George Soros-funded District Attorney, he had to ask other officers to submit documents on his behalf, such as warrants and subpoenas. 

According to Murphey, the ‘exclusion list’ left him with nothing to do but collect a salary. 

Up to seventy-five police officers may be on Gardner’s list, making it impossible for them to present cases to her and do their duties as law enforcement officials. Nobody on the list can discuss it openly, and they are all gagged to prevent them from doing so. 

Murphey remarked that the system failed not because of law enforcement but because of Gardner. 

There has been an uptick in criticism of Gardner’s prosecution policies in St. Louis. 

Eight hundred and nineteen police officers have departed the police department since Gardner took office in 2017, according to data provided by the St. Louis Police Pension Board. On average, 119 police officers quit their posts annually between 2017 and 2019. 

In addition to being blocked from filing police reports, certain cases are shuttered if a policeman on her list is regarded as a crucial witness. If Gardner’s office considers the officer as lacking integrity and prejudiced, the matter would not be presented for prosecution. 

The former cop warned that being publicly critical of Gardner would result in being “blackballed” by her.  

Murphy explained to the cable news outlet that Kim Gardner’s motive was to achieve her goal of fewer police officers and fewer arrests. 

A report explains that to achieve his liberal vision of criminal prosecution, George Soros has bankrolled district attorneys’ campaigns throughout the country. 

Crime rates have risen dramatically in cities where Soros has recruited district attorneys.