Two senior Asian-American men who both suffered violent attacks are calling out the San Francisco's District Attorney's Office over what they claim was a mishandling of their cases, one the men even filed a lawsuit over the matter. 69-year-old Anh Le and 85-year-old Rong Xin Liao tell ABC7 that they feel the DA's Office violated Marsy's Law, which provides information to the victims with the developments of their cases. Le says the DA's office failed to inform him of the arrests and pleas in his case; the suspect was arrested and plead guilty to a misdemeanour, only getting one year on probation. The handling of Le's case has spurred him into filing a lawsuit over the matter. Liao has a similar story, claiming that his perpetrator was released on a mental health diversion, blindsiding the family of the development. The DA's Office tells ABC7 Le's claims are false and that they contacted him multiple times but received no response from Le.
McGregor Scott spoke about his involvement with the case Tuesday afternoon on the John McGinness show. Listen to their interview here or in the player below: