In an act design to terrorize communities, the kakistocracy are instituting perfidious judicial programs that are effectively allowing violent, dangerous criminals to roam and stay on the streets.
Last Friday, Federal Prisons released nearly 3,100 federal inmates. The mass release — the largest since Trump’s First Step Act was signed into law after a rare bipartisan push last year — applies mostly to drug offenders and inmates serving sentences for weapons charges.
Reuters: In addition to the good behavior releases, officials said more than 1,691 inmates have had their sentences reduced after a provision in the law retroactively recalculated sentences to reduce disparities between those who committed crimes involving crack versus powder cocaine. Those convicted for crack offenses historically have been more likely to be a racial minority.
The so-called Criminal Justice Reform movement is now the law of the land in places like Houston, Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, St. Louis, Dallas, Baltimore, and dozens of other cities.
In Queens, New York, the winner (and current public defender) of the Democratic primary for district attorney dedicated her victory to the inmates at Rikers Island a process now underway. Quoth the New York Post:
“Our victory belongs to folks who have been locked up on Rikers simply because they could not afford their bails,” Tiffany Caban said Saturday, days after early results showed her the likely winner of the Democratic primary. She furthered promised the audience at Al Sharpton’s National Action Network, to “end the war on black and brown low-income and working class communities.”
In Nashville, the headline tells the story: “Accused Nashville killer rearrested while free on bond,” said the local Fox affiliate.
“Police believe Myeisha Brown (16-year-old female) killed Ruxin Wang last year as he was taking out the trash in the Chestnut Hill neighborhood in South Nashville. Wang died from two gunshot wounds, one to the stomach, another to the leg,” the article states.
Myeisha was released after a lily-white coven of socialites formed a group to raise money to bail black people out of jail. Myeisha “walked out of jail in January after posting $10,000, enough for release with a $100,000 bond. Crowdsourcing funded the money in a Cyntoia Brown-inspired campaign by an organization called EPIC Girl. After being set free in January on a $10,000 bond, Brown was arrested again in March after Metro Police caught the dindu with Ecstacy pills and the key to a stolen car.
More serious was a case in metro Baltimore over Independence Day weekend, when two people — a 28-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman — were shot to death allegedly by 18-year-old Donyell Morris and 17-year-old Charles Anderson. One of the suspects was recently released from jail on a string of other charges. Here are the two “teens” involved.
HOUSTON – A mother of six is recovering from her injuries after her life was threatened and she was brutally beaten early Tuesday morning.
She’s also wondering how one of the suspects in the crime was still on the streets due to his lengthy criminal history.
According to Samantha Mora, Horace Marquese Harris, 20, and Marqui Lamon Davis, 20 tried to force her mother into the Jeep and one of them reportedly said to the other, “Just shove her in the car and shoot her.”
Police attempted to get the driver to stop but he refused and ended up leading authorities on a 10-mile long chase that ended in northeast Houston on Breland Street near Sandra Street when the driver lost control and crashed into a tree, officers said.
According to police: At the time of Tuesday’s crimes, police said, Harris was out on bond for capital murder. He was also recently released for assaulting a peace officer. Police said Harris has also had a slew of other recent run-ins with the law.
- In December 2016, Harris was charged with assault on a public servant in Hidalgo County.
- In March 2017, Harris pleaded guilty and got six years of probation.
- In October 2017, Harris was charged with capital murder.
- In November 2017, his probation was revoked.
- In April 2019, Harris was sentenced to two years in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for assault on a peace officer. He had already served 589 days in jail.
- In May 2019, he was sent to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
- In June 2019, he was released from mandatory supervision.
In South Carolina, a man who was out of jail on bond for a murder charge is now back in jail, accused of shooting his former lover’s friend, according to authorities.
The kakistocracy in New York, lead by Mayor Bill Blasio, hopes to more than triple the number of “teens” released from jail without bail. New guidelines from the Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice” seek to free “teens on charges as serious as armed robbery, assault and burglary.”
These changes are a part of de Blasio’s controversial plan to shut down Rikers Island.
Meanwhile, only one of a half-dozen smiling teenagers who allegedly attacked an off-duty firefighter who tried to stop them from harassing an elderly couple in Manhattan last month has been arrested, police said.
Authorities said the 38-year-old firefighter walked up to the group when he spotted them messing with the couple. He tried to get them to stop, then one of the teens allegedly punched him and pushed him to the ground, where the teen kept hitting him, police said.
The 17-year-old, who lives in Manhattan, faces a second-degree assault charge. Authorities are still looking for three girls and two more boys in connection with the attack Saturday morning on East 86th Street. Here are the six dindus — ahem, I mean “teens” — who are being sought.
The NYPD coddling of thugs policy is shown first hand in this clip. This is the result of smearing police as “racists”. When the cat is away the dindus come out and play.
NYPD cops are being insulted, ridiculed, and assaulted but know that if they use justifiable force, their Commissioner won’t back them.
This video is disgraceful and enraging. pic.twitter.com/Dim4ciW5ng
— John Cardillo (@johncardillo) July 22, 2019
More urban swimming pools closed over rampant hooliganism.
And in kakistocracy central (aka California), counties are failing to carry out the state’s mandated prison “realignment.” In 2011, the state was ordered by the U.S. Supreme Court to reduce its prison population. That’s when California officials approved sweeping reforms called “realignment,” shifting responsibility for thousands of offenders from state prisons to county jails, ProPublica reports.
Counties viewed the realignment as a burden and — given the state’s current political climate — are more apt to simply catch and release than prosecute, and those who are prosecuted are being released early.
Since 2015, 370 inmates sentenced from Sacramento County have been granted early prison release by the Board of Parole Hearings (BPH) as of January 31, 2019. According to the D.A.’s office, “many of the offenders who are granted early prison release have violent and lengthy criminal histories,” so it’s “important for the public to be aware of the so-called ‘nonviolent’ offenders being released early from prison into our neighborhoods.” The D.A.’s statement provided a sampling of noteworthy offenders released to the community.