Child molesters and child abductors released from prison early - why?

   

California is opening up his prison cells and letting hundreds of inmates convicted of violent crimes, out into the streets. This is California legislators' way of cutting costs and to reduce overcrowding.

Police picked up one inmate released in January, a mere day after his release, for trying to rape a female counselor.

THIS is what is going on in the country now because of bleeding heart liberals complaining about the conditions and overcrowding of jails.

More than 1800 inmates were released, and after hundreds more, they stopped counting.

There may be one levelheaded Democrat in California, however. Ted Lieu, a Democratic Assemblyman opposed the early release program, and wants to amend this by excluding a number of inmates convicted of certain crimes and offenses such as solicitation to commit murder, and child abduction. Gee, do you think?

It does not take being an assembly member to figure out how dangerous someone convicted of child abduction is, and if you do not believe it yourself, ask John Walsh.

Other criminals released had convictions ranging from domestic violence, to attacks on children and the elderly.

So, California has at least 2000 convicts, released early, who are free to go around beating up the elderly once more, kicking the daylights out of women again, and can even go back to beating and/or abducting children, if they desire to do so.

The best part is that at least a dozen other states are trying out early release programs. They are Colorado, Georgia, Illinois, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Texas, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

In Illinois, Gov. Quinn suspended the program in December. This was because approximately 200 inmates committed another crime within the first four months of their release.

I hope these states do not have a ban on either guns or pit bulls for law-abiding citizens to have in their homes, because women and children are going to need protection. Since the state will not do it, they will have to do it themselves.

Be prepared, that's my motto!

     

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