Convicted Prisoners Released During Pandemic Then the UNIMAGINABLE Happens

Over the last couple of months, hundreds (at least) of prisoners have been released form prison as an act of precaution to those who may be more at risk to catching the coronavirus during this pandemic.

Why they’re so concerned makes no sense to me. The whole idea is ridiculous. If they’re in jail cells away from people and away from the public where 99.9999999% of the virus is, why would you turn them lose and expose them to it?

Reps. Jerry Nadler and Karen Bass have both tried pushing Attorney General William Barr to release as many prisoners as possible no matter what they were in prison for.

Nadler and Bass wrote:

“We call on you, in the most urgent of terms, to do the right thing and exercise [authority to modify sentences of prisoners who present ‘extraordinary and compelling reasons’] and immediately move to release medically-compromised, elderly, and pregnant prisoners in the custody of the [Bureau of Prisons]. In addition, we urge that you use every tool at your disposal to release as many prisoners as possible, to protect them from COVID-19.”

Like I said, some have been released, but not on the act of AG Barr. And it turned out exactly like you’d expect it to.

One may who was recently imprisoned for strangulation in March was caught trying to rob a bank.

Another man who was in prison for drugs ended up killing someone on the very same day that he was released. Criminals are still criminals.

“According to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, deputies arrested 26-year-old Joseph Edward Williams for a homicide that happened in Tampa, Florida on March 20,” WBTV reported. “He is facing a second-degree murder charge along with resisting an officer with violence, felon in possession of a firearm, possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia.”

Williams, who was arrested on March 13 on drug charges, was one of more than 100 inmates that were released from the Hillsborough County detention facilities on March 19 due to fear that the coronavirus could be spreading throughout the prison population.

“But now, deputies say, he has been arrested for a murder that took place March 20 along Ash Avenue in Tampa’s Progress Village neighborhood,” Fox 29 reported. “Deputies said the victim was found injured on the street, and he later died in the hospital.”

Sources:
New York Post | Daily Wire

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