ADDA President Michele Hanisee is quoted in coverage at SOMD.com:
Michele Hanisee, President of the Los Angeles Association of Deputy District Attorneys, warned of Soros’ ongoing attempts “to buy the criminal justice system” in a pair of editorials recently posted on the organization’s website:
Now, California is in the crosshairs of Soros funded campaigns that target District Attorney races in San Diego, Alameda, Yolo and Sacramento counties.
ADDA President Michele Hanisee is quoted in this Fox and Hounds Daily article, “Transforming Justice vs. Toughening Punishment Battle for Supremacy in 2018 Elections”:
Michele Hanisee, president of the Association of Deputy District Attorneys in Los Angeles wrote a scathing critique of the Soros backed candidate in San Diego County, Genevieve Jones-Wright: “His anointed candidate, to whom he has thrown a whopping $1.5 million, has announced she will never seek the death penalty, refuse to charge those under 25 with crimes that could lead to a life without parole sentence, not charge drug dealers who sell to cops, release accused criminals without bail, and wants to “decriminalize” low level offenses by refusing to prosecute them. For good measure, she also is in support of closing prisons altogether.”
ADDA President Michele Hanisee is quoted in this article on AB109:
“The criminal himself said, ‘I did it because of AB 109,’ ” said Michele Hanisee, president of the union that represents L.A. County prosecutors.