Monday, April 11, 2016

It's the Sentencing Stupid

  • Lamar Harris had seven felony convictions and 43 arrests when he shot three Chicago police officers. The same week, Samuel Harviley, who had just been paroled after serving less than half of his sentence for armed carjacking, shot yet another of the Windy City’s finest.

    Police officials, researchers and many elected leaders all agree that the pair were prime examples of the violent pool of criminals driving the city’s historically high crime rate. Ex-cons well-known to police and with a proven propensity for violence are being let out early from prison or let off lightly by judges, only to wreak havoc on the city, they say.

    "The fact that a convicted felon and gun offender is yet again out on early release to torment communities is representative of the types of individuals who are overwhelmingly driving the recent spike in violence," then-interim police Superintendent John Escalante said at a news conference last month announcing charges against Harviley.
Extensive studies by SCC scientists and statisticians have proven beyond any shadow of a doubt, that felons who spend their full sentences in prison are unlikely to commit crimes on the streets of Chicago AND they are 100% unable to be among those shot, maimed or killed on the streets of Chicago.

It's true! For actual numbers and stuff, see our published works.

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18 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You mother fuckers, one of our own spent about 40 months in prison for smacking a jag off after he completed probation and these bastards go in and out of prison like it's a night club.

4/11/2016 12:45:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

C'mon start using the federal statutes re: felons with guns for these repeat,repeat,repeat offenders.

4/11/2016 12:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"....
Johnson, unlike many of the city’s African-American elected officials, is seeking tougher sentencing laws. Over the coming weeks, he plans to be “asking our legislative partners in the near future to help us” pass new laws that will ensure judges throw the book at violent offenders. ..."


Toni and the black caucus are not going to like that.

4/11/2016 01:06:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yet if they are kept in prison for their full sentence, it is racism. Which is worse, a racist society, or a few deaths?

4/11/2016 01:46:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Need another Operation Greylord

4/11/2016 02:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kwame Raoul and the black caucus demand less severe sentencing guidelines for there constituency yet want safe streets at the same time.

4/11/2016 04:49:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it's due to poverty right? That's what the one alderman says. Poverty causes this.

4/11/2016 06:26:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Look no further than Tom Dart and Toni Preckwinkle for the explanation as to why crime is rising.

4/11/2016 06:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These guys go free yet guys driving on suspended licenses because they can't afford to get them reinstated, driving to their crummy jobs, are in prison. Go figure

4/11/2016 06:37:00 AM  
Blogger Mr. SouthSide said...

What criminals cost as society after they are released is much more than the cost of keeping them housed.

4/11/2016 06:48:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Out of curiosity, why does the range still have you shoot past 15yds.? Didn't Laquan McDonald tell you something? He must be real close before you can shoot him. (and be armed with a real weapon)

4/11/2016 06:53:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Yet if they are kept in prison for their full sentence, it is racism. Which is worse, a racist society, or a few deaths?

4/11/2016 01:46:00 AM

If you are a urban politician and BLM believer racism is the problem. The police are the problem. More black deaths due to passive policing and felons in the street are the acceptable price in the liberal progressive world war on the police. Look at how Bill Clinton had to walk back his true statement about black crime a few days ago.

4/11/2016 07:01:00 AM  
Blogger Leonard Hamilton said...

Can we get the names of the judges I will create a spreadsheet so when the elections come around we know how they really sentence these individuals.

4/11/2016 07:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

U.S. to Release 6,000 Inmates From Prisons

By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT OCT. 6, 2015
The release will be one of the largest discharges of inmates from federal prisons in American history. It coincides with an intensifying bipartisan effort to ease the mass incarcerations that followed decades of tough sentencing for drug offenses — like dealing crack cocaine — which have taken a particularly harsh toll on minority communities.
http://www.nytimes.com/2015/10/07/us/us-to-release-6000-inmates-under-new-sentencing-guidelines.html?_r=0

4/11/2016 09:03:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

True enough, up to and until the day they're released. Just speeds up the eventual I think.

4/11/2016 10:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You mother fuckers, one of our own spent about 40 months in prison for smacking a jag off after he completed probation and these bastards go in and out of prison like it's a night club.

4/11/2016 12:45:00 AM
True and they kept attacking him, if its Billy Cozzi a decorated United States soldier who would do anything to help any copper. I don't even want anything to do with the extremely corrupt crook county court system, everything is so fixed,unless of course your a copper then the government media complex make you the villain. You younger officers stay fetal, forget that gold star goof telling you "go get them!" As your sitting their telling your loved one's "sorry I F**ked up," as your name is all over the press, your job-pension-home-savings-freedom gone. Think all for that boss who wanted to climb the ladder using your back for his/her climb!

Eddie you talk about corruption bad police, are you busy demoting the criminals that got made lieutenant? Have you called the feds since the doj is already here to investigate,indict and prosecute all involved? crickets thought so!

4/11/2016 12:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"...[in prison] they are 100% unable to be among those shot, maimed or killed on the streets of Chicago..."

The very new "Lock him up before he get shot" doctrine is of interest only inasmuch as it would reduce the danger to the public from the collateral damage caused by other thugs banging off guns sideways at this particular thug, missing him, and instead riddling day care centers, people having a barbecue, people watering the lawn, etc.

...and don't tell me not to call you a "thug" when your shirt says "tHuG lIfE" on the front. Or maybe it's inked across your chest, your forehead.

It would also reduce the astronomical medical and support costs to the taxpayers if someone actually did land a few shots on the fool.

Beyond that, folks and people would hardly get up off the couch if the f__er disappeared right in front of them with a loud whistling noise and a puff of colorful smoke, leaving only a pair of empty, smoldering Nikes where he was just standing, and his prime spot down on the corner would be filled again in a couple hours.

4/11/2016 11:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
These guys go free yet guys driving on suspended licenses because they can't afford to get them reinstated, driving to their crummy jobs, are in prison. Go figure

4/11/2016 06:37:00 AM

Some burbs need this memo. Don't tell my sgt that. He likes when I lock up poor old Joe Blow. He thinks it shows initiative and hustle. As I once asked a friend "Do you sleep easier knowing there are less suspended drivers on the road?"

4/12/2016 01:40:00 PM  

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