NYC bail reform slammed after repeat offender makes 42nd attack

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“This has to stop. The new bail reform must be changed. Time and time again, this guy shouldn't have even been privileged to be under the new bail reform in terms of him being free,” Kelley told host Todd Piro.
“After 40 beatings, you'd think they'd lock him up and throw away the key," he continued.
NYC bail reform slammed after repeat offender makes 42nd attack

New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, and San Francisco lead the way, the leftist extremists are coming to your town.
 

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Yes, my fine feathered Illinois residents, effective January 1, we will begin to see how our new no-cash bail bill is working out in the Land of Lincoln. 100 of our 102 States Attorneys were against passage of the bill. I wonder who were the two that favored the bill?
 
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At this point, what can you do but laugh at the soft hearted measures that criminals like this don't deserve? The only way for change to be effected is for the situation to get worse. Keep releasing repeating offenders and New Yorkers get what they deserve for tolerating bad leadership.
 
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