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Old 08-07-2020, 02:28 PM
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Default Freed accused rapist kills accuser

Released because of a virus he could just as easily get on the outside. One that only has a two percent chance of killing him IF he gets it at all.

https://www.foxnews.com/us/freed-jai...-kills-accuser
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The Cliff's notes:


Rape suspect Bouaichi was indicted last year on charges that included rape, strangulation and abduction. The woman, whom police identified as Karla Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez, testified against him in Alexandria District Court in December.

Circuit Court Judge Nolan Dawkins released Bouaichi (due to Covid-19 concerns)on the condition that he only leave his Maryland home to meet with his lawyers or pretrial services officials.

Bouaichi is accused of killing Gonzalez on July 29. Federal marshals and Alexandria police spotted and pursued Bouaichi in Prince George’s County, where he crashed his vehicle and apparently shot himself.

Meanwhile, Dawkins retired in June.


Sounds like there should be something more than just an "early retirement" penalty for Mr Dawkins!!!
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Originally Posted by km1125 View Post
Meanwhile, Dawkins retired in June.


Sounds like there should be something more than just an "early retirement" penalty for Mr Dawkins!!!
Maybe but he had to worried about the COVID {I dont know the sarcasm font}
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Originally Posted by km1125 View Post
The Cliff's notes:


Rape suspect Bouaichi was indicted last year on charges that included rape, strangulation and abduction. The woman, whom police identified as Karla Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez, testified against him in Alexandria District Court in December.

Circuit Court Judge Nolan Dawkins released Bouaichi (due to Covid-19 concerns)on the condition that he only leave his Maryland home to meet with his lawyers or pretrial services officials.

Bouaichi is accused of killing Gonzalez on July 29. Federal marshals and Alexandria police spotted and pursued Bouaichi in Prince George’s County, where he crashed his vehicle and apparently shot himself.

Meanwhile, Dawkins retired in June.


Sounds like there should be something more than just an "early retirement" penalty for Mr Dawkins!!!
It is very reassuring to know that you can be arrested for alleged rape and a judge will consider your release because it was a "nonviolent" crime??
I thought that was the reason for all those "safe" COVID criminal releases.
Plus, the judge ordered him to only visit his lawyers.

Imagine. An alleged criminal not following orders, rules, and laws????
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A friend is a pretty good trial attorney . We were out fishing one day and he got a call from a client . He was shaking his head after hanging up and said "what a scumbag" .

I asked him how he can represent some of these people and he shrugged and said "it's my job , someone has to do it" . Sad but true .
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I can't even come up with a anything to say!!!
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Originally Posted by saltyreefer View Post
I can't even come up with a anything to say!!!
If your mind goes blank, don't forget to turn off the sound!
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"I'll let you out but you have to promise to be good this time"
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If he did that to a family member of mine he better beg that judge to let him stay, covid would be the least of his worries.
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Originally Posted by Unga Bunga View Post
A friend is a pretty good trial attorney . We were out fishing one day and he got a call from a client . He was shaking his head after hanging up and said "what a scumbag" .

I asked him how he can represent some of these people and he shrugged and said "it's my job , someone has to do it" . Sad but true .
no one has to “do it”. Some do it because they care more about money than morals.
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The judge that released him should be charged for negligent homicide, perp-walked right from his courtroom to jail and denied bond. The problem with our legal system is the lawyers/judges have no skin in the game and are immune from the ramifications of their decisions/actions.
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no one has to “do it”. Some do it because they care more about money than morals.
Someone has to do it or you will have a breakdown of the Judicial system.
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My good friend is a bondsman for almost 30 years and he has been telling since last year prisoners have been let out without bond for serious crimes. The justice system is becoming more lenient with hard criminals. Bonds have been reduced and it’s a disappearing thing. He keeps saying that South Florida will become another Chicago or California at some point.
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Originally Posted by jgren View Post
no one has to “do it”. Some do it because they care more about money than morals.
There is a HUGE difference between making sure a defendant gets a fair trial with an appropriate defense to make sure the government is not overstepping their bounds and a win-at-all-costs efforts that subvert the purpose of a Justice system.
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I wonder if the victim was notified of his release? I would hope so, and possibly allowed the victim to be prepared for possible violence.
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Need to hold the asshat judge somewhat accountable. When we make stupid decisions that result in harm to others, we get punished. Same thing should happen to judges and politicians.
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Need to hold the asshat judge somewhat accountable. When we make stupid decisions that result in harm to others, we get punished. Same thing should happen to judges and politicians.
Why isn't there a "Citizens Review Board" for judges?
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Can't wait for the lawsuits coming out of these releases as well as the decisions to put covid patients in nursing homes.
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Originally Posted by km1125 View Post
Why isn't there a "Citizens Review Board" for judges?
Think about that question and the answer should become clear?
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Originally Posted by Pipo6007 View Post
The justice system is becoming more lenient with hard criminals. Bonds have been reduced and it’s a disappearing thing. He keeps saying that South Florida will become another Chicago or California at some point.
Just wait if the BLM types have their way. To them, the reason that so many blacks are incarcerated for violent crimes is because of the systemic racism in the criminal justice system. More violent offenders will not be charged or go to trial but allowed to remain on the streets. One side effect to this kind of mollycoddling was with Nikolas Cruz who shot up Marjory Stoneman. Normally he would have been on the radar of law enforcement but new policies intended to keep young minorities from having records would not allow him to be reported.

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