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Why would we release prisoners, while we're "locking up" free people in their homes?
They are releasing the criminals, to make room in the prisons for law-abiding citizens who exercise their Constitutional rights, in defiance of the subhuman criminal filth who infest our governments, and are using the COVIOD-19 hoax as an excuse to violate these rights.
This situation reminds me of Cuomo pardoning and releasing dozens of sex offenders and pedophiles few years ago.

Does leftist insanity ever ends?
 

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O.C. District Attorney warns residents after release of 7 ‘high-risk’ sex offenders during coronavirus pandemic
The DA called the men “the most dangerous kind of criminal and the most likely to reoffend.”​
“These are not the kind of people who should be getting a break,” he said.
Okay.. So from your article.

Spitzer said the convicted men spent “just days” in jail instead of the six months required by law for those registered as sex offenders.

So these guys were so "Dangerous" that they were going to be released after six months? That doesn't sound like a very dangerous guy.

You go into the details, and most of them were in for minor parole violations, not actual new offenses.

Offenses like this.

He was released on April 22 after serving 18 days for failing to charge his GPS device.

Officials said he failed to charge his GPS device and was unaccounted for for one-third of the time he was out of custody. He was released on April 22 after serving 16 days on a parole violation for failing to report to charge his GPS device.


Oh my God, failing to charge his GPS Device?
 

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Final point- The problem with the Prison-Industrial Complex that some posters just can't get enough of is that it relies on probation and parole to work.

We currently lock up 2 million people. We have another 7 million on parole or probation. The reason why we have guys out there with GPS devices is that someone more dangerous probably needed to be locked up in that cell.

We could lock up all 9 million "evil-doers" with no hope of parole or probation, but that wouldn't really work, we can't afford it, and we'd be making our problems worse.
 

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Too many "liar" and "traitor" comments for CDZ and topic has meandered too far in places.. Too late to MAKE it CDZ compliant.. Closed..

Don't do this again.. Be aware of what forum you're in and step up your discussion game when you choose to post in CDZ...
 
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