Wednesday, March 23, 2016

And Yet Again....

  • The man suspected of shooting an off-duty Chicago cop earlier this week on the Far South Side is a convicted carjacker who was paroled from prison less than four months ago, prompting interim Police Supt. John Escalante to call for more “accountability” for such violent criminals.

    In 2012, Harviley, who has a tattoo that says “Live Strong Die Hard,” was sentenced to nine years in state prison for aggravated vehicular hijacking. He received credit for about a year and a half that he spent in the Cook County Jail and was paroled on Dec. 31.
Let's see....
  • 2012 + 9 years = 2021...but there he is, out and around.
But Illinois' Parole Board keeps releasing violent felons onto Chicago streets, over and over and over, with zero accountability. And with Prickwrinkle and Dart emptying Cook County Jail, it's going to be an ugly summer.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think our president and his DOJ set the tone for releasing non-violent offenders early

3/23/2016 12:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Toni Preckwinkle and Tom Dart ...
a.k.a. Dumb and Dumber!

3/23/2016 12:51:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be professional, handle jobs properly and back up like-minded officers.

FUCK the pro-activity, FUCK their numbers.

3/23/2016 12:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Only when the families of the politicians of Cook County and parole board members are harmed by the very same people the politicians and parole board members don't care are released onto the streets, will there finally be an accountability followed by a change in policy; because crime has finally touched them. Not wishing harm, but that is what it will take, despite the consequences of their actions.

3/23/2016 12:56:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Same things are happening at the juvy courts these thugs get love from judges and parole officials and they are out in no time ready to commit more crimes and then let cops and citizens to be prayed on, lot of these nut balls are not small time drug offenses they are violent crimes offenders and walk out laughing at the courts

3/23/2016 01:21:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Every summer in chicago is ugly. Every season in chicago is ugly. Every day, every week, every month, every year in chicago is ugly.

3/23/2016 01:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

lets ask Lisa Madigan who owns this

3/23/2016 01:59:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They would be safer if we kept them locked up.
The neighborhoods would be much safer too.

3/23/2016 02:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Felon time is like the way lawyers bill for services.
I knew lawyers that regularly billed twelve hour days, and made it home by five.

3/23/2016 02:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All the more reason to stop proactive policing. Great! You locked up a cold stone killer, he gets an I bond and then takes his receipt to the cheap suits at aclu and gets free legal fees and gets paid out by the city because it's easier to just make lawsuits go away. Thus shorting the pension funds more.

3/23/2016 03:00:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No accountability with these brain dead, liberal parole boards. Can anyone please explain why voting for democrats is a good idea any more? Their minds are poisoned and we all suffer for it.

3/23/2016 03:33:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Majority democrats on the board. Here are the links.

In case anyone is interested in who lets murderers out on the streets to kill again.

3/23/2016 03:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello fake journalists, come on here is the story spoon feed to you. Lets match up the violent offenders , gun crimes and the lack of FOIDS on parole. Then after we have a nice list of how they are multiple repeat offenders lets go as Queen Toni why they are on the street. We have background checks , we have a gun court and we the ability to take the gangbang hoodrats off the streets, but lets as Toni about the catch and release aspect. You know the numbers won't lie but she WILL....

3/23/2016 04:56:00 AM  
Blogger The Keesing Bandit said...

When the rich and famous become victims something will be done. Nothing until then.

3/23/2016 06:30:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is commonly referred to as Parole but it is really Mandatory Supervised Release (MSR). The Parole board has no input on when someone gets out of prison. That changed in 1980. We now have determinative sentences. You do either 50, 75, 85, or 100 percent of your sentence, depending upon the crime (and when it was committed). If you violate rules in prison the prison can take away some of your good time and extend your time but not the parole board. The parole board does become involved if the "parolee" violate his MSR and they have a hearing and if violated they recommit the prisoner to finish his MSR time in prison.

3/23/2016 06:42:00 AM  
Blogger Brian Russell said...

crook county oops... I mean cook county is going to run red with the blood of innocent people the way the cook county courts and parole system work. stay safe brothers and sisters in blue

3/23/2016 07:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why are they released so early and so often? How else are they going to be able to vote in cook county for the best candidates!

3/23/2016 07:44:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about a federal class action legal screwing for the parole board? and any other demorat bastards that can be added? At least let the courts have a crack at 'em before the revolution comes?

3/23/2016 08:20:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

About parolees:

There is an ideological war being played out politically with prison populations in the U.S. The left wants them all released because they believe people go to prison because of a racist system that oppresses minorities and poor people. Ultimately, their goal is to not only empty the prisons (through early release and changes in the sentencing code), but also to make sure fewer of them go to prison.

This second goal is now being accomplished through legislative initiatives and executive orders being fasttracked through government channels controlled by Democrats. You can recognize them because of their heavy insistence on freeing "non-violent criminals" who apparently have all kinds of untapped productive potential that is just waiting to propel them to decency once they are set back on the streets. There is also a heavy legislative push to expunge records and whitewash criminal pasts. Your representatives in government are working on this now and your future prosecutors and brass will be implementing these new rules with vigor.

The truly exasperating part is that even the pretend right is now getting in on this:

They argue the corrupt state saves money by releasing convicts, but as usual they don't actually think that through.

3/23/2016 08:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It will only get worse! The politicians kiss the asses of criminals! Leaving normal people to the wolves, while rahm, preckwinkle, and the others are surrounded by armed security! Fucking joke

3/23/2016 08:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Get used to this happening at a record pace if Foxx gets in.
Foxx believes in "restorative" justice and her handler (Preckwinkle) feels there's too many black and brown prisoners in Cook County jail.

We must vote Republican in the States Attorney race to try and prevent atrocities like this from becoming ridiculously common.

3/23/2016 09:14:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So this criminal serves about 4 years for a violent crime.He should have served ten. It seems the policy of Illinois is to let these thugs out as soon as possible. I heard that not only do they want to save money, but they are afraid of a prison uprising.

3/23/2016 09:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there any way to sue the Illinois Parole Board or Preckwinke or Dart?

3/23/2016 11:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All talk and No action - blowhard windbags can chatter up a storm but nothing gets done.
Accountability...what a joke. Point the finger and blame the Police.
The only election rhetoric coming is the Crook Co States Attorney and so far the Counth hasn't offered up any criminal justice solution other than Catch & Release.
Stay Fetal.

3/23/2016 12:29:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They talk about opening old shootings. When are they gonna open the books on letting parolees and early releases out?

3/23/2016 06:41:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rahm and Preckwrinkle need to!!!

3/23/2016 07:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The parole board does become involved if the "parolee" violate his MSR and they have a hearing and if violated they recommit the prisoner to finish his MSR time in prison.

3/23/2016 06:42:00 AM


In reality, the parole board never gets involved. It is rare for a parolee to be ordered by to prison for violating his MSR.

Illinois could save a boatload load of money by getting rid of MSR and its bureaucracy. It is completely useless.

3/23/2016 07:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just wait until foxx becomes the states attorney... You think it's bad now

3/23/2016 10:55:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe we have to hire Sheriff Joe from Arizona as a consultant for CPD/CCDOC/Toni Prickwinkle.....I'm sure he'd do it at almost no charge, especially is a bunch of guys offered to take him out for a burger and a beer on them!

3/23/2016 10:57:00 PM  

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