Welcome to the Madhouse Prison Camp
by David Sims
IN THE United Kingdom, Pakistani rape-gang members are permitted to molest British children, while the police busy themselves with harassing White people who go on “unnecessary” walks by themselves.
In the United States, murderers are released from prisons while moms get arrested for taking their children to public parks in alleged violation of quarantine rules.
This is madness, but, as I think, there is an evil method to it.
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New York Times, 15 April 2020 and National Vanguard correspondents
JOSEPH Edward Williams shot and killed a man in Tampa, Fla., on March 20, the authorities said, one day after he was among more than 160 inmates released from Hillsborough County jails.
It was an effort, like many across the country, to try to slow the spread of the coronavirus in jails. But one day after officials in Hillsborough County, Fla., released more than 160 inmates, one of them shot and killed a man in Tampa, the authorities said.
The inmate, Joseph Edward Williams, 26, was arrested this week and charged with second-degree murder, resisting an officer with violence as well as drug and gun charges, according to the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office.
Mr. Williams had been released on March 19 from the Orient Road Jail in Tampa, awaiting resolution of lower-level, nonviolent drug offenses, the sheriff’s office said. He was accused of committing the murder the next day.
The sheriff’s office said deputies responded on March 20 at about 10:40 p.m. to several 911 calls reporting gunshots in the Progress Village area of Tampa. Once there, they found a man with a gunshot wound and took him to Tampa General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Mr. Williams was arrested and charged with murder this week.
Mr. Williams had a criminal history that included previous convictions for burglary of an unoccupied conveyance in 2012 and being a felon in possession of a firearm in 2018, according to the sheriff’s office.
Mr. Williams was eligible for release before a judicial order authorized the release of certain county inmates, and was issued a bond of $2,500 for drug charges of possession of heroin, a third-degree felony, and possession of drug paraphernalia, a first-degree misdemeanor.
As such, the sheriff’s office said Mr. Williams met the criteria outlined in the order, which authorized the office to release certain low-level offenders in response to the virus’s outbreak. However, this local Florida release still cannot compare even faintly to the recent release of all the inmates from the heavily-Jewish Federal “luxury” prison at Otisville, New York.
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Source: Author and National Vanguard correspondents