S5E50: The Prosecution of her Police Officer Husband. Is it politically motivated?


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We had to move because protestors were at our house threatening us after our information was leaked. I know his character and he would never have done what they allege. The Prosecution of her Police Officer Husband. Is it politically motivated?

Christina Dages is our guest. Christina's husband Matthew Dages was a police officer with the La Mesa California Police Department. Due to the fact that Matthew was facing criminal charges. In 2020 then Officer Matthew Dages arrested a subject which was caught on video. Almost immediately the protests began. Christina talks about how the minimal use of force applied by then Police Officer Dages, her husband, was ruled justified by the Police Department. Someone leaked their information including their address to the public and angry protestors arrived at the door of their home. Then Matthew Dages was fired by the police department and brought up on criminal charges. Christina Dages explains the discrepancies and allegations of exculpatory evidence and prosecutorial misconduct in the case. Listen to the interview and you be the judge.

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