Skip to comments.Bogus criminal-justice reforms are endangering police, civilians across USA
Posted on 02/16/2020 6:57:15 PM PST by karpov
Late last year, US Attorney General William Barr called the growing disrespect for law enforcement a contributing factor to the dangers that cops face. Most important, Barr noted the justice systems persistent failure to keep dangerous repeat offenders off city streets.
The Bronx suspect, Robert Williams, like many attempted cop killers, is no stranger to the justice system. Last week, The New York Times reported that he has multiple arrests dating to the mid-1990s, including a robbery charge when he was just 14.
After his sentencing in 1995, he was paroled twice. He subsequently returned to prison for violating his parole twice. The Times also reported that Williams shot someone in 2002 and then carjacked a woman while fleeing. The shooting resulted in a conviction for attempted murder. Despite that conviction and the suspects criminal history, Williams was released early from prison in 2017.
The incidents in the Bronx illustrate what seems to be a trend of violence directed at police by habitual criminals. Last summer, in Staten Island, a female NYPD officer was shot by an armed suspect when she attempted to take him into custody. Gregory Edwards had a long criminal history that included convictions arising from two separate shootings.
In Houston, Sgt. Christopher Brewster was allegedly shot and killed by Arturo Solis, who, according to local news reports, has faced multiple charges in the past, including for burglary and assault.
Earlier this month, Nick ORear, a police officer in Alabama, was killed in the line of duty allegedly by a suspect with a criminal history that includes 20 arrests and six felony convictions for charges ranging from illegal gun possession to drug distribution.
A few months before allegedly killing ORear, the suspect had been released pending a hearing on charges such as weapons possession.
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It’s part of the Deep State coup ... on the people, not on Trump.
“Make their laws useless” Plank of the communist manifesto. “Lawlessness will abound”Jesus Christ.
All the more reason to pass lots of onerous gun control laws, right?
Disarming the Citizens
Emboldens the Criminals.
Breakdown of society
Then it’s 1917 or 1949 in America... Russia/China
100 million deaths on tap...
Job done (AGAIN!)
No one will have to walk their pets anymore either!
Rat controlled cities and states getting back at trump
I believe a lot of these measures is related to the costs of housing and feeding our criminal permanent underclass - but nobody wants to admit it. They also don’t want to admit the most obvious point: A growing number of people in this country can’t exist within a framework of law and order - and by their own admission (those proposing the free-for-all), there is a racial element to that problem.
It emboldens the criminals AND the tyrannical government. Sometimes there is not much distinction between them.
A few years ago, NY sued PA and a bunch of other states for supposedly polluting the air over NY. They lost. It is time for PA and other states with boundaries with NY to sue NY for creating a crime wave that crosses boundaries with neighboring and other states.
It’s the “Red Coats”
that think they can
Subjugate US Citizens.
We Are a Different Breed.
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