A Property Crimes Jump After Brown Releases Prisoners


CA Property Crimes Jump After Brown Releases Prisoners
by Ben Shapiro


Since October 2011, property crime in the state of California has jumped dramatically; from October 2011 to January 2012, property crime skyrocketed 4.5 percent throughout the state. In the previous nine months, property crime had been down some 2.4%.

So, what happened? Gov. Jerry Brown (D) signed a bill that let low-level offenders out of prison to prevent overcrowding in the penitentiary system. Those offenders ended up in the hands of county sheriffs, who quickly released them due to overwork. According to the Wall Street Journal:

[quote]While the attorney general doesn’t release 2012 data until late this year, localities ranging in size from Sacramento to Santa Rosa in Sonoma County saw property crimes rise last year. The Federal Bureau of Investigation, which hasn’t reported 2012 crime data, says property crimes fell 0.5% nationally in 2011 from a year earlier.
To be fair, this wasn’t predictableit was PREDICTED … by nasssssssty conservatives! Thanks, Governor Brown! Must be nice living under constant, in-place, tax-paid protection! Brown and the judges who forced this mass-release should be stripped of all protections beyond those afforded ordinary taxpayers when they inflict @#$% like this!


Too bad you can’t evict Brown for being a low-level offender.


Oh no, he’s in no way a low level offender! At the very least up to High Crimes and Misdemeanors level with what he’s done to their budget.