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“High-Risk” Convicted Child Molester Rearrested For Sex Crimes

Post by Doka » 05-02-2020 10:30 AM

“High-Risk” Convicted Child Molester Rearrested For Sex Crimes After Controversial Release From California Jail Due to COVID-19

Rudy William Grajeda Magdaleno, 39, was one of the seven “high-risk” sex offenders and child molesters released from a prison in Orange County by Court Commissioner Joseph Dane due to the Coronavirus.

Magdaleno was rearrested on sex crimes this week just two weeks after he was released from prison in Orange County.

Magdaleno has a significant documented criminal history of sex crimes and his previous convictions include child molestation, indecent exposure, assault, battery, criminal threats and other charges.

“I find it extremely troubling that this high risk sex offender was authorized for release, in spite of his significant documented criminal history,” Santa Ana Police Chief David Valentin said.

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A high-risk registered sex offender was arrested Thursday for allegedly exposing himself at a parole resource center, just two weeks after a controversial early release from the Orange County Jail.

Seven inmates who were deemed high-risk sex offenders were released early in April by a court commissioner, triggering criticism and warnings from county law enforcement officials who said the release was not necessary because the jails were not overcrowded.

One of them was Rudy William Grajeda Magdaleno, who was released April 13 after serving 71 days in jail on a 180-day minimum sentence. Officials say he has an extensive criminal history including convictions for robbery, narcotics possession, criminal threats and child annoyance.

Santa Ana police say Magdaleno was at a parole resource center on April 17 when he exposed himself to staff members there. He had also failed to charge his GPS monitor and the device had stopped tracking him the day before.

Santa Ana police say his convictions include a sexual assault on a mentally disabled person; breaking into a home while naked from the waist down and peeking into an 11-year-old girl’s room; and entering a Santa Ana law office, sitting on the floor and beginning to masturbate while staring at a woman in the office. – ABC 7 reported.
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Re: “High-Risk” Convicted Child Molester Rearrested For Sex Crimes

Post by Doka » 05-02-2020 10:58 AM

Why do democrats have an obsession with releasing murders and sex offenders? And have a "sick" need to protect them , But , not the public!?

Any way you try and look at it, you cannot find any "Good Consequences" coming from it. Even a high stakes gambler, would be hard pressed to find "Favorable Odds". You would think that they want as many of the regular people, Dead, as possible? One Way or another, not too picky on the method. :|

Insanity: Wash. State Came One Vote Away From Releasing Green River Serial Killer So He Wouldn't Get Wuhan Virus



Throughout the country, law enforcement has set free thousands of prisoners to “protect them” from COVID-19 inside jails and prisons.

While innocents are locked in their homes hiding from “the invisible enemy,” as President Trump calls it, county sheriffs, prison overseers, and governors have been busy freeing convicted criminals to stop them from getting the coronavirus.

The rogue’s gallery of convicts is a justice reformer’s dream. Los Angeles Sheriff Alex Villanueva bragged he let prisoners out of his jail before he was even asked by the ACLU and other justice groups – this while he shut down gun stores so people could not buy guns to protect themselves.
LA County Sheriff Frees THOUSANDS MORE Prisoners and Then Throws Himself a Self-Congratulatory Parade

But nothing is more, what’s the word for it? Ah, yes – INSANE – than what Washington State prison reformers nearly succeeded in doing last week.
The man we now know as the Green River Killer, Gary Ridgeway, was sent to prison for more than 500 years. He was convicted of 49 murders of prostitutes, girls on the streets and vulnerable runaways, but he was suspected of committing 71 murders in the 1970s, ’80s and ’90s.

He would take the women and girls, have sex with them, and then strangle them, watching the light go out of their eyes as he squeezed the life out of them. Sometimes he’d use a rope and sometimes he’d use his bare hands. He’d pose their bodies and sometimes come back and have sex with the corpses. His first victims were found in the Green River, giving the monster his moniker.

He was arrested in the ’80s but let go for lack of evidence. A task force was formed to track down the serial killer and in 2001 – decades and multiple victims later – Gary Ridgeway was busted again and confessed to 71 murders.

Ridgeway was spared the death penalty because prosecutors knew it would take many millions of taxpayers dollars to give him appeals for the rest of his natural life. There was understandable outrage at the time, but prosecutors assured victims’ families and the general public that he would never ever, ever get out of prison. Never.
Predictably, the move also lowered the bar for any other death penalty cases coming thereafter. “Well, if you didn’t give the Green River Killer the death penalty then my client, who is a much nicer murderer, shouldn’t get it … ”

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