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The justice system is broken. There are a lot of experts out there on policing, and some of them have no clue about policing. Police officers are opting for early retirement, and some are just resigning.
Regardless of what you might be hearing from the White House, mayors, and city council members crime rates are soaring. The failure to set bail, or to sentence violent offenders, the seeds of the whirlwind are being sown.
The State of Connecticut conducted a study on the recidivism rate of individuals that were in possession of a firearm when they were arrested. The recidivism rate was about 73% for those individuals. I have two observations about the people I arrested during my time on the streets. Some were just stupid, and some were evil. Regardless of which category they were in they were all capable of mayhem.
Judges, and the new Soros prosecutors are confused about who is the victim, and who is the criminal. When George Soros passes away I’ll pour myself a wee dram of a good single malt, but I won’t shed any tears.
The following video contains remarks from the DC police chief.