The inmates from federal prisons nationwide will be set free by the department’s Bureau of Prisons between Oct. 30 and Nov. 2. Most of them will go to halfway houses and home confinement before being put on supervised release.
Most are being released due to over crowding and those serving time for drug related offenses.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/justic … li=AAa0dzB
Good. There are too many people in prison who don't belong there.
Except about 1 /3 of all career druggies are mentally twisted , permanently . Sounds like a plan for continued anarchy on the streets . In my experience with druggies not many of them stick to themselves , many will enlist your kids for free !
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