The Sheriff of LA County is telling the citizens to be vigilant and on the lookout for a crime surge. Yes, that would be the same sheriff that released over 4000 convicted criminals out onto the streets to “keep them safe”. In LA, the safety of the criminal far outweighs the safety of the people.
Professor Paul is going to teach you how to make Ballistic Lemonade during our Brownell’s Bullet Points segment. What had the Professor been doing out in his new workshop? Let’s find out.
Also, during our SOTG Homeroom segment, we remind you to be dangerous on demand. A Florida criminal, released to keep him safe from COVID-19, is now back in jail after being released and then committing murder. Yet again, the state has failed the people. It is up to you to keep your family safe.
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- Brownells Bullet Points – brownells.com
- TOPIC: Ballistic Lemonade – Get out in your shop and build, clean, paint, etc
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- TOPIC: You are on your own. Freed prisoner commits murder 1 day after being let out.
- Florida man freed from jail because of coronavirus killed man next day www.nbcnews.com
- L.A. Sheriff: Inmate release effective, but a possible surge in crime ahead www.foxla.com
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A Florida man is accused of killing a man the day after being released from jail because of fears that coronavirus could spread in corrections facilities, authorities said Tuesday.
Edward Williams, 26, of Tampa, was arrested Monday and is facing charges of second-degree murder, gun possession, violently resisting an officer, drug possession and paraphernalia possession, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said.
He remained in lockup Tuesday night with no bond, according to jail records.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff told FOX 11 that his decision to release over 4,000 nonviolent inmates from county jail has been effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19, however, he has concerns about a potential future surge of crime as a result of so many inmates being released.
LA County Sheriff tells me he has released 4,276 nonviolent inmates from county jail, which equates to 25% of the inmate population. He says it’s been effective in preventing spread of #COVID19, with only 11 inmates infected, but now fears a possible surge in crime. 10pm @FOXLA
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