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Mar 30 2020

Authorities Facilitate Coronavirus Anarchy in New York

Coronavirus hysteria and New York’s policy of releasing dangerous criminals have combined to kill an 86-year-old woman. An elderly patient in a Brooklyn hospital with struck in the head for not properly practicing social distancing.

Janie Marshall, 86, died less than four hours after the tense confrontation with 32-year-old Cassandra Lundy in Bedford-Stuyvesant’s Woodhull Hospital, cops said.

Marshall’s violation apparently consisted of taking hold of a metal stand near her assailant in a hospital hallway, probably to keep her balance. New York authorities responded to this apparent second-degree murder as we have come to expect; Lundy was issued a disorderly conduct summons and released.

Lundy, who lives in Bedford-Stuyvesant, has 17 prior arrests, on charges including drug possession, trespass, assault and strangulation, sources said.

With a résumé like that, she ought to run for City Council.

Elderly ladies aren’t the only ones endangered by New York’s policy of letting criminals loose, whether in the name of coronavirus of bail reform. Via The Blaze:

Eight sex offenders — three of which were convicted of raping children — have been released from a jail in New York as a part of Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s statewide initiative to decrease prison populations over fear of spreading the coronavirus.

On Friday, Cuomo called for 1,100 parole violators to be released. He apparently feels that what New York needs as coronavirus hysteria threatens to plunge it into chaos is more criminals on the streets.

The three child rapists have been staying at a Holiday Inn Express in Greece, New York. They are level three offenders — i.e., considered to be the most likely to re-offend — who had already violated parole.

At least the taxpayer isn’t putting up criminals at the Radisson Hotel in Manhattan’s Financial District. Or rather, maybe they aren’t, unless the criminals are homeless. At least 61 rooms are being used ostensibly for this purpose. From the New York Post:

A law-enforcement source had previously told The Post that the hotel was housing inmates freed from Rikers Island to stanch the spread of coronavirus there. The source confirmed Sunday that the Department of Homeless Services was renting rooms at the hotel.

However,

“There are no detainees from Rikers at this hotel,” said City Hall press secretary Freddi Goldstein, adding that no one staying there was a Department of Correction charge.

Readers can decide who to believe.

On a tip from Dragon’s Lair and Sean C.



3 Responses to “Authorities Facilitate Coronavirus Anarchy in New York”

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