Violent repeat offender in Seattle assaults toddler with coffee, two days after his jail release

The liberal utopia of Seattle has a severe problem when it comes to punishing criminals. That includes repeat offenders, the homeless and illegal aliens. The following are examples of this:

Insanity in Seattle: Homeless man attempts to kidnap child. Guess how many previous arrests/convictions he has…
How many convictions does it take for Seattle City Attorney to place a homeless criminal in jail after his latest assault?
Resident in liberal utopia of Seattle who has been targeted by homeless: “Our community is just falling apart”
Sanctuary King County, WA: Convicted rapist and illegal alien freed after 9 months returns to attack his disabled victim second time

A report released this past March showed that of the 100 repeat violent offenders in the study, ALL were drug addicts and homeless. Around 40 percent had severe mental illness. A month after the report was released, 40 of the violent offenders had been arrested again and booked in jail, for a total of 43 times.

City bureaucrat, I mean attorney, Pete Holmes

The Seattle City Attorney is Pete Holmes (in his third term) who ran on the premise of continuing to “promote Seattle’s values, work for social justice and improve the Office of the City Attorney.”

Now news is out of ANOTHER REPEAT OFFENDER who, two days after being released from jail, assaulted a two-year-old boy by throwing coffee on him while he was in his stroller. From the KOMO story:

Repeat offender Francisco Calderon was arrested Saturday evening after he allegedly threw coffee on a 2-year-old boy in a stroller outside the downtown Gap store at 5th and Pine near Westlake Center.

Calderon is on a sample list of 100 habitual offenders in Seattle KOMO has been following. This latest arrest comes just two days after being released from jail.

According to police, Calderon — who has admitted in court drug abuse and mental health issues — had entered multiple businesses and caused several disturbances in the vicinity of the Gap. The manager of the Gap reported Calderon was inside the store and “pointing at a small child in a stroller.”

Calderon approached the child multiple times until the child’s father and the store manager intervened and forced Calderon out of the store. He then allegedly began harassing women on the sidewalk and escalating his behavior.

At this point witnesses tell police Calderon removed the lid of his coffee cup and threw the contents at the face of the child in the stroller. The boy’s father, visiting Seattle from Florida, began punching Calderon, knocking him to the ground.

A Kittitas County Sheriff deputy in uniform, but working off-duty at Nordstrom, saw the fight and detained Calderon until Seattle Police arrived. Officers said it appeared the child had coffee thrown on him but the coffee’s temperature is unknown.”

Read the whole story here.

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Dr. Eowyn
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Democrats – the party that coddles the homeless, the mentally ill, and lawbreakers.

Dr. Eowyn
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“The boy’s father, visiting Seattle from Florida, began punching Calderon, knocking him to the ground.”

Hooray!
One really has to be a POS to assault a toddler.

Auntie Lulu
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Auntie Lulu

This turkey should never see the outside of walls until he is so feeble that he is no threat to anyone.

Bravo! The child’s father did exactly what a father should do . . . except Calderon should have come out of that melee with two broken legs, two broken arms, and no front teeth.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Without putting too fine a point on it, what they are doing doesn’t work. I can’t even conceive of how someone could get 73 convictions. So lets go with “nuts”. Why would they turn him loose on city streets if he’s demonstrably crazy?

Why would they put him in jail if the cause of his problem in that he’s insane? Seems to me they would either have to put him in the loony bin or run him as a Demonrat.

Steven Broiles
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Usually, a great big haymaker to the offender’s face would solve this sort of problem. But thanks to drugs, they may not.

But what Seattle is going through is nothing new: The FIRST THING Democratic rule does is throw good people to the wolves: This is what Communism from the Tribe does. This is what they do.

And we know what the solution to this problem is, and we know the Law will not allow it.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

In a perfect world, homeless would start “disappearing” from the streets. Waiting for the glorious planners from the politburo won’t work. It doesn’t cost too much to buy blankets from St. Vinnie’s. Every blanket bought is another problem now living far away in the woods. A while back I remember reading about the construction company in Seattle who were having problems with homeless invading and wrecking their job sites. I can tell you that the construction company I worked for when I was in college would not have had this problem. Most construction companies own backhoes. When their needle buddies… Read more »

Watertender
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Watertender

A 36 inch heavy duty zip tie would cure that…