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Apr 08 2020

Repeat Pedophile Released Because Coronavirus

The Wuhan coronavirus panic has exposed judicial priorities warped by moonbattery. The release of pedophile Glenn Christie is a case in point:

A Massachusetts man convicted of repeatedly raping a 12-year-old boy was ordered released from jail Friday — because he suffers from health conditions that can make him vulnerable to coronavirus…

We’re all vulnerable to coronavirus. Kids are also vulnerable to pedophiles.

Superior Court Judge Heidi Brieger decided it was better to endanger the children he might rape than to risk Christie catching Kung Flu in prison.

Christie was already being held for violating probation conditions. But criminals don’t need probation anymore, now that there is COVID-19.

A story from October 2010 reports on the beginning of his trial:

Christie … is charged with four counts of rape of a child, as well as indecent assault and battery on a child under the age of 14 and dissemination of pornographic materials to a minor. … He faces a potential life sentence in state prison on each of the child rape charges, up to 10 years in state prison on the indecent assault and battery and up to five years in state prison on the pornography charge.

Why was Christie even given a chance to violate probation, much less released anyway after doing so? Because the legal system is dominated by liberals who reflexively side with sociopaths against the law-abiding public to demonstrate how nice they are.

As Daniel Greenfield puts it,

[T]hose who have mercy on the guilty, will have none for the innocent.

At least his release frees up a bunk for anyone who might be arrested for playing t-ball with his daughter.

On a tip from R F.



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