San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis should be held accountable for failing to protect 19 year old Diana Gonzalez a mother of a then 10-month old baby who was viciously attacked by her estranged husband Armondo Perez in October 2010. Diana immediately filed a police report stating that Perez kidnapped, raped and choked her. Armondo Perez was questioned and DA Bonnie Dumanis declined to file charges. Two weeks later, Diana was brutally murdered by Armondo Perez. Diana's body was found in a men's bathroom at the college she attended.
Nearly two years later on Tuesday, August 20, 2012, Armondo Perez was finally brought to justice after being arrested months earlier in Tijuana, Mexico.
However, justice will not be fully served until Bonny Dumanis steps down from her duty to serve and protect as the San Diego Distrtict Attorney. Dumanis failed to save and protect a victim of rape and domestic violence and after she was faced with public criticism for her handling of the case, this was her response to the public:
"I am very, very, deeply sorry for this loss and I think the community is sorry for this loss," she said. "We did what we are legally required to do. The one that’s responsible for this is Armando Perez."
Bonnie Dumanis and the criminal justice system failed to protect and should be held accountable. As a result of this gross negligence, ask San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis to step down from office. Help seek justice for Diana and her family!