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Looters and Rioters in New York Get Immediate Release Following New Bail Reform Law



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The NYPD immediately released the looters and rioters that they arrested. This is due to the state's new bail reform law. The said law has also received criticism from some people.

According to New York City police chief Terrance Monahan, “just about all” arrested looters will be released without bail.

Fox News reported that “frustrated law enforcement officials across the state say repeat offenders are getting bolder by the day and claim the state's policy gives lawbreakers the green light to commit crimes without consequences.”

“This has been put in motion by our politicians that have allowed the criminal element to feel as if there's no consequences for any crime that you do and now you've seen this coming out,” said Louis Turco, head of the Lieutenants Benevolent Association.

“…Now they go home and tell all their friends,” he also stated. “‘Listen, I got out the next day and nothing's going to happen to me,’” he then went on to say.

Former NYPD detective Dr. Oscar Odom was asked how many “went out and went back to looting and then wound up getting rearrested,” among those already arrested. He answered: “Probably 99.99 percent.”

An article by Fox News explains that the new law prohibits courts “from setting any monetary bail or keeping defendants in custody before trial in almost every type of misdemeanor case, and for a long list of felonies as well.”

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