Early Release makes Politicians Criminals and Turns Citizens into Victims

Letter on Early Release


Bill Bratton makes a good point that that when people are incarcerated, “oftentimes they go to jail with negotiated charges.”


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I was in a Federal Prison Camp and when I got to know the other inmates half of them admitted to me violent deeds that they had done but were not picked up on.


Obama, who is spoiled and knows nothing about life, has given 6,000 supposedly non-violent offenders early release.


Who knows what crimes they committed and were not caught for?  Criminal behavior comes in clusters.  We are usually caught for the least of our crimes.


Obama doesn’t know who he is releasing or what the repercussions will be. He feels good about himself while some of us die.


How many new crimes will these six thousand commit?  Will Obama have to go to jail for collusion?


In any event, why are politicians so interested in making things easier for felons?  Why don’t they invest their time and money in helping those who are the victims of crime?


Life is difficult enough.  We all get diseases and eventually die. Why should Obama’s priority be in reducing sentences for people who have disturbed the universe with their crimes?

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