Dem Method of [not] Handling Crime and putting innocent people at risk

dailybuck777

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"As ex-prosecutor Jim Quinn explained in The Post, even if Bragg hadn’t reduced the charges, “Palacios [axe man] STILL would have been released without bail,” thanks to New York’s disastrous bail laws. “Everything that Palacios is seen doing on that video,” he noted, “from smashing plate glass partitions, breaking tables, chopping his hatchet into walls and waving it at patrons, is a non-bailable offense.”

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The laws require judges to release, bail-free, all accused criminals except those charged with the most horrendous crimes. New York judges, unlike those in every other state, can’t consider defendants’ threats to public safety — or their criminal records or risk of reoffending." https://nypost.com/2022/09/20/hochu...gainst-mcdonalds-ax-man-is-political-theater/
 

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According to Fetterman, we can release 30% of the entire prison population and our safety would not be impacted at all.......

Here’s What Happens When Democrats Abandon a City to Crime

https://spectator.org/allison-rice-baton-rogue-just-another-dead-white-girl/

Baton Rouge is a shooting gallery with one of the most hardened criminal classes of any in America — and a political class which has made its peace with that fact and only sluggishly bothers to fight off the contagion. Pandering to criminals gets more votes than stopping them in much of the city. You already know what results that brings.

Early in the morning of Friday, Sept. 16, following the 2 a.m. closing time of the bars in the Mid-City neighborhood along Government Street, 21-year-old Allison Rice, a senior at Louisiana State University majoring in marketing, was in her SUV making her way to the 1500 block. An eyewitness who attempted, and failed for two days, to contact the Baton Rouge Police Department describes what happened next:
 

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I bet if he swung the axe at a Dem politician he would be charged with attempted murder.
 
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"As ex-prosecutor Jim Quinn explained in The Post, even if Bragg hadn’t reduced the charges, “Palacios [axe man] STILL would have been released without bail,” thanks to New York’s disastrous bail laws. “Everything that Palacios is seen doing on that video,” he noted, “from smashing plate glass partitions, breaking tables, chopping his hatchet into walls and waving it at patrons, is a non-bailable offense.”
What's the big deal? This appears to be legitimate political discourse activity.
 

Obliviax

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Jezuz. What lunacy. This dude was clearly high as a kite and it is really fortunate that he didn't kill someone. It appears to me he threatened and struck two women. Why is that not charged?
 

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Then there' this illegal who killed a cop during a hit and run. Why is he still on the streets, none the less in the country?

Garcia-Gonzales doesn't have authorization to be in the country, according to the Weld County Sheriff's Office and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
ICE said that Garcia-Gonzales was arrested by U.S. Border Patrol in Arizona in 2007 and was granted a voluntary return back to Mexico, where he is a citizen. He re-entered the U.S. at some point and was arrested for DUI in Greeley in August 2011. He was convicted in January 2012, ICE said. In January 2013, he was convicted of a second DUI and hit-and-run in Greeley, according to ICE.
In May 2013, an immigration judge granted him a voluntary departure, ICE said. He failed to leave the U.S., and that same month was given a final order of removal. He has been an ICE fugitive since that order was issued, ICE said.
After this most recent arrest, ICE placed a detainer on Garcia-Gonzales with the Weld County jail.
 
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dailybuck777

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Jezuz. What lunacy. This dude was clearly high as a kite and it is really fortunate that he didn't kill someone. It appears to me he threatened and struck two women. Why is that not charged?
he was charged with criminal menacing and mischief but they could not set bail and hold him in jail before trial.
 
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Michael Palacios, 31, who allegedly grabbed an ax and trashed the Delancey Street fast-food joint early Friday, was arraigned on fourth-degree criminal mischief and possession-of-weapons charges hours later and freed, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said.

That's all he was charged with? Even after what we see here?

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That sure looks like he's threatening her with that ax.
 

Obliviax

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he was charged with criminal menacing and mischief but they could not set bail and hold him in jail before trial.
so democrat women will vote Dem to due to SCOTUS ruling (even though NY is at no risk) but is OK with a guy waving a hatchet in a woman's face and threatening to kill her?

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