Texas prosecutor resigns after sharing publish evaluating Black Lives Matter protesters to the Nazis – U.S. Information

A prosecutor in Texas has resigned over her sharing of a Fb publish that in contrast demonstrators in opposition to racial injustice to Nazis.

Kaylynn Williford, a prosecutor in Harris County, which incorporates Houston, resigned Monday, days after she shared the publish from a Fb web page that has criticized the Black Lives Matter motion and praised President Donald Trump, The New York Instances reported.


Williford shared the publish on Thursday and mentioned she eliminated it shortly after, when somebody identified how offensive it was.

A felony protection lawyer in Houston saved the publish in a screenshot and posted it on Fb. Mauro Beltramini advised The New York Instances he noticed it on Friday.

The publish exhibits a picture of a whole bunch of rings in a field, doubtless faraway from a Nazi loss of life camp. The caption reads: “Marriage ceremony bands that have been faraway from Holocaust victims previous to being executed, 1945. Every ring represents a destroyed household. Always remember, Nazis tore down statues. Banned free speech. Blamed financial hardships on one group of individuals. Institute gun management. Sound acquainted?”


Williford in an announcement emailed to the newspaper confirmed that she had shared the publish, however had not supposed to make a comparability to Black Lives Matter protests.

“What I interpreted as a publish that promoted tolerance was taken in a very completely different method,” she mentioned.

Williford has served because the trial bureau chief within the Harris County District Lawyer’s Workplace since 1992, The Hill reported.