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California’s DA’s Reportedly Won’t Prosecute Any Child Predator Cops Turn In

by Erica Carlin

A recent viral sting operation led by notable YouTubers, including Vitaly Zdorovetskiy, has raised concerns about California’s District Attorneys’ reluctance to prosecute individuals caught in such stings for predatory behavior towards minors.

In a recent episode of the online series “Catching Child Predators,” Zdorovetskiy, DJ Deorro, and Bradley Martyn captured Hollywood producer Herschel Weingrod in a compromising situation.

Weingrod, using the alias “Boris,” was filmed at a local restaurant with a young girl who later revealed her true underage status.

Despite being confronted, Weingrod downplayed his actions, claiming that conversing and flirting with a minor were inconsequential. The situation escalated as he tried to leave but was followed by Zdorovetskiy and Martyn, who used pink and blue gunpowder cannons to detain him.

The series aims to expose sexual predators engaging inappropriately with minors.

In a shocking twist revealed in Thursday’s episode streamed on kick.com, a member of Zdorovetskiy’s security team shared that despite their efforts to bring such predators to justice, they are allegedly being stonewalled by the DA’s office.

“They’re basically like, ‘Don’t bring them in. There’s nothing that the DA is going to do now. Just write it up, file it, and that’s all we can do now,'” the security member recounted, highlighting a purported directive from desk sergeants based on DA Gascón’s policies.

“We’ve got to just keep bringing a light to it because, unfortunately, through no fault of theirs, they’ve done everything they can for us, but it’s the DAs in California that are refusing to prosecute pedophiles. Police are doing everything they can, but the DA is not supporting them,” he added.


It may not be surprising to learn that under current state law, purchasing or soliciting a child for sex is considered a misdemeanor with penalties of up to one year in county jail, a minimum of two days in jail, and a potential fine of $10,000.

Offenders are also required to register as tier-one sex offenders for at least ten years.

Republican State Sen. Shannon Grove is leading the effort to change this with SB 1414, aiming to upgrade the offense to a felony.

Recently introduced Senate Bill 1414 seeks to toughen penalties for child sex trafficking by making it a felony to solicit or engage in commercial sex with a minor.

Those convicted could face two to four years in prison and a fine of up to $25,000.

Despite these efforts, the Senate Public Safety Committee rejected SB 1414 and made changes without Senator Grove’s approval before passing it out of committee.

Amendments excluded 16 and 17-year-olds from the legislation and removed the requirement for offenders to register as sex offenders after their first offense.


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Coco May 11, 2024 - 9:21 am

99.9% of government are pedophiles, gay, trannies, why would they allow themselves to be prosecuted?

Fb111 May 22, 2024 - 1:00 pm

Gascon and his entire office should be charged with 1) Dereliction of Duty, 2) Violation of Oath of Office, 3) Aiding and Abetting Felony Assault of a Minor, and 4) Malfeasance In Office! As well as various other charges relating to his corrupt actions! But, as COCO stated in a previous comment, 99% of Cali officials are perverts and pedos anyway so why would they prosecute themselves!?! Looks to me like they only ran for their offices to protect themselves!


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