Wife of officer murdered in St. Louis BLM riots says DA Kim Gardner to blame: ‘Criminals get more rights’

The wife of St. Louis Police Capt. David Dorn, who was murdered during the 2020 Black Lives Matter riots, said embattled District Attorney Kim Gardner was partially responsible in an interview with Fox News Digital. 

“Criminals get more rights than the victims do” in St. Louis under Gardner, D., said Anna Dorn.

Dorn’s husband was murdered on June 2, 2020, after checking in on a friend’s shop, while “knowing that the city was consumed by violence and chaos.”

“When he arrived at the shop, David confronted a few of the rioters outside, one of whom was a man named Stephan Cannon,” Dorn previously explained. “David told them it wasn’t worth it, that there was little of value in the shop that wasn’t tightly locked up. Moments later Cannon shot David in the chest. He bled out on the sidewalk.”

Cannon is a repeat violent criminal offender who violated his probation. “If he would have been in jail, things would not have gone down the way they did,” Dorn said.