Attorney General Xavier Becerra has filed charges against the husband of Los Angeles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey in connection with the March incident in which he allegedly pulled a gun on Black Lives Matter protesters at the couple’s home, according to a charging document obtained by POLITICO.
On March 2, with protesters gathered outside the Laceys’ home in Granada Hills, cellphone video showed a man purported to be David Lacey open the front door of the couple’s home and point a black handgun, before demanding, “Get off my porch. Right now. Get off. Get off of my porch. I will shoot you. Get off of my porch.”
“The events that took place earlier this year have caused my family immense pain,” the DA said. “My husband acted in fear for my safety after we were subjected to months of harassment that included a death threat no less than a week earlier. Protesters arrived at my house shortly after 5 a.m. while I was upstairs. My husband felt that we were in danger and acted out of genuine concern for our well being.”
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