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California sheriff 'infuriated' by release of drug traffickers caught with 150,000 fentanyl pills

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Wait? What!?

Were these guys working for the Feds or something? How the hell can they get released on their own recognizance?


California Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said he is "infuriated" after two men arrested for possession of 150,000 fentanyl pills were released without his knowledge. He is now sounding the alarm on the state’s "failing" justice system and calling for accountability.
Drug traffickers Jose Zendejas and Benito Madrigal, both from Washington, were released on their own recognizance via a court order just days after they were arrested last week.
Tulare County Sheriff Boudreaux said he was not informed of the release until it was "far too late."
"When there is a release, that necessarily doesn’t reach my desk," he said on "America’s Newsroom" Tuesday. "However, come Monday morning, I learned of this release, and I was infuriated."
"This assessment was done behind the scenes, basically without ever contacting me as the sheriff or even asking me what I believe the risk to our public safety would be."
Boudreaux then contacted the district attorney, who also had no knowledge of the release.
The sheriff told hosts Dana Perino and Trace Gallagher that he could not believe two suspects involved in one of America’s most dangerous epidemics had been in custody and let go.


 
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Wait? What!?

Were these guys working for the Fedas or something? How the hell can they get bail?


California Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said he is "infuriated" after two men arrested for possession of 150,000 fentanyl pills were released without his knowledge. He is now sounding the alarm on the state’s "failing" justice system and calling for accountability.
Drug traffickers Jose Zendejas and Benito Madrigal, both from Washington, were released on their own recognizance via a court order just days after they were arrested last week.
Tulare County Sheriff Boudreaux said he was not informed of the release until it was "far too late."
"When there is a release, that necessarily doesn’t reach my desk," he said on "America’s Newsroom" Tuesday. "However, come Monday morning, I learned of this release, and I was infuriated."
"This assessment was done behind the scenes, basically without ever contacting me as the sheriff or even asking me what I believe the risk to our public safety would be."
Boudreaux then contacted the district attorney, who also had no knowledge of the release.
The sheriff told hosts Dana Perino and Trace Gallagher that he could not believe two suspects involved in one of America’s most dangerous epidemics had been in custody and let go.



10% of those belong to the Big Guy!
 

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Biden's FreeShitArmy soldiers always get special privileges.

Besides like the martian above me said, Hunter has needs.
 

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Arrests are going to have to stop. Especially in these rural areas.
 

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Enough to kill 100 million people

Biden's DEA will probably end up with it. That's more than enough to take care of all 74,222,958 of us.
 

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Wait? What!?

Were these guys working for the Fedas or something? How the hell can they get bail?


California Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said he is "infuriated" after two men arrested for possession of 150,000 fentanyl pills were released without his knowledge. He is now sounding the alarm on the state’s "failing" justice system and calling for accountability.
Drug traffickers Jose Zendejas and Benito Madrigal, both from Washington, were released on their own recognizance via a court order just days after they were arrested last week.
Tulare County Sheriff Boudreaux said he was not informed of the release until it was "far too late."
"When there is a release, that necessarily doesn’t reach my desk," he said on "America’s Newsroom" Tuesday. "However, come Monday morning, I learned of this release, and I was infuriated."
"This assessment was done behind the scenes, basically without ever contacting me as the sheriff or even asking me what I believe the risk to our public safety would be."
Boudreaux then contacted the district attorney, who also had no knowledge of the release.
The sheriff told hosts Dana Perino and Trace Gallagher that he could not believe two suspects involved in one of America’s most dangerous epidemics had been in custody and let go.


it's just like anything else

the elites running these hell hole cities and states.. well, they WANT drug overdoses..

they want as many people to die as possible.. Then they can have the whole world to themselves... you know... more than they already do

and they already do
 

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Wait? What!?

Were these guys working for the Fedas or something? How the hell can they get bail?


California Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said he is "infuriated" after two men arrested for possession of 150,000 fentanyl pills were released without his knowledge. He is now sounding the alarm on the state’s "failing" justice system and calling for accountability.
Drug traffickers Jose Zendejas and Benito Madrigal, both from Washington, were released on their own recognizance via a court order just days after they were arrested last week.
Tulare County Sheriff Boudreaux said he was not informed of the release until it was "far too late."
"When there is a release, that necessarily doesn’t reach my desk," he said on "America’s Newsroom" Tuesday. "However, come Monday morning, I learned of this release, and I was infuriated."
"This assessment was done behind the scenes, basically without ever contacting me as the sheriff or even asking me what I believe the risk to our public safety would be."
Boudreaux then contacted the district attorney, who also had no knowledge of the release.
The sheriff told hosts Dana Perino and Trace Gallagher that he could not believe two suspects involved in one of America’s most dangerous epidemics had been in custody and let go.


They had to make room for parents arrested by the FBI at school board meetings
 
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Wait? What!?

Were these guys working for the Feds or something? How the hell can they get released on their own recognizance?


California Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said he is "infuriated" after two men arrested for possession of 150,000 fentanyl pills were released without his knowledge. He is now sounding the alarm on the state’s "failing" justice system and calling for accountability.
Drug traffickers Jose Zendejas and Benito Madrigal, both from Washington, were released on their own recognizance via a court order just days after they were arrested last week.
Tulare County Sheriff Boudreaux said he was not informed of the release until it was "far too late."
"When there is a release, that necessarily doesn’t reach my desk," he said on "America’s Newsroom" Tuesday. "However, come Monday morning, I learned of this release, and I was infuriated."
"This assessment was done behind the scenes, basically without ever contacting me as the sheriff or even asking me what I believe the risk to our public safety would be."
Boudreaux then contacted the district attorney, who also had no knowledge of the release.
The sheriff told hosts Dana Perino and Trace Gallagher that he could not believe two suspects involved in one of America’s most dangerous epidemics had been in custody and let go.


Tulare County Sheriff Boudreaux said he was not informed of the release until it was "far too late."

The Sheriff is too caught up in politics right now. I watch Fresno news every day.
 

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Wait? What!?

Were these guys working for the Feds or something? How the hell can they get released on their own recognizance?


California Sheriff Mike Boudreaux said he is "infuriated" after two men arrested for possession of 150,000 fentanyl pills were released without his knowledge. He is now sounding the alarm on the state’s "failing" justice system and calling for accountability.
Drug traffickers Jose Zendejas and Benito Madrigal, both from Washington, were released on their own recognizance via a court order just days after they were arrested last week.
Tulare County Sheriff Boudreaux said he was not informed of the release until it was "far too late."
"When there is a release, that necessarily doesn’t reach my desk," he said on "America’s Newsroom" Tuesday. "However, come Monday morning, I learned of this release, and I was infuriated."
"This assessment was done behind the scenes, basically without ever contacting me as the sheriff or even asking me what I believe the risk to our public safety would be."
Boudreaux then contacted the district attorney, who also had no knowledge of the release.
The sheriff told hosts Dana Perino and Trace Gallagher that he could not believe two suspects involved in one of America’s most dangerous epidemics had been in custody and let go.


They probably talked their way out.
 

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