Is Connecticut a safe haven for felons, illegals, and more?
A comment from Frank Hilliard at the anti-islamic alliance regarding the heinous crime committed by paroled felons in Cheshire, Connecticut:
This dreadful crime is a lesson to everyone who thinks they can rely exclusively on the police to protect them. A security doorstop, internal security gate and a handgun are the keys to thwarting a serious home invasion. Americans generally, unlike Canadians, recognize that evil exists in the world and that individuals have to take steps to protect themselves. Sadly the Petits did not do so. We mourn for them; but we should also look to our own actions. Feeling bad isn't enough.And to my point: Is Connecticut a state where law-abiding citizens are safe? No! But Connecticut does seem safe for felons, for illegal aliens getting their ID cards, and for land developers who "scratch" someone's back so that private property is condemned to be sold to developers, to private business to increase the tax base. Thank you, US Supreme Court. Several stories about Jennifer Hawke-Petit and her daughters, Hayley (17) and Michaela (11) can be found here and here. In the latter story, a family member asks, "How could a God allow something like this to happen?" Well, God didn't allow it. We did by suffering bottom-feeding as well as liberal scum lawyers and "let's give world peace a chance" judges and parole boards who, to me, are culpable. We too are culpable for tolerating such people who bastardize and corrupt our system of justice. Look no farther than the "mad" lawyers in the Senate, the Congress, the judicial system all the way down to your local courts who coddle and hand-hold such scum as the career criminals who brutalized this mother and her daughters. In this case, they are called "home invaders." Rather benign term! At the higher levels of the food-chain, our Senate and Congress coddle illegals and terrorists. For how and why crime pays in Connecticut, just review the info that has been released on Komisarjevsky and Hayes, here. On Oct. 10, 2002, Komisarjevsky (age 26) was sentenced to three years in prison. On December 20, 2002, he was sentenced on 12 burglary charges. Had he served the 9 years he was sentenced to serve in 2002, where would he have been on July 23, 2007? In JAIL, that's where! On October 1, 2003, Hayes (age 44), with convictions going back to 1980, was sentenced to 5 years in prison. Had he served that sentence for a burglary conviction, guess where he would have been on July 23, 2007? You guessed it! In JAIL! Charges for larceny, etc. were not prosecuted. So, in my humble opinion, Komisarjevsky and Hayes did not act alone. They had the failed judicial system of Connecticut helping them and every judge or parole board member who let them off has blood on their hands. Every last one of you! My suggestion, prosecute the parole boards and the judges who invited these scum to prey on unsuspecting citizens of Connecticut. And Gov. Rell - yes, an investigation, not just a review, is warranted into what is apparently easy parole in Connecticut. Citizens in Connecticut are not safe but neither are the rest of us - abandoned and betrayed by the "open-borders" crowd and the liberal left who unleash such criminals upon us. I don't know when we'll get out of the "criminals can be reformed" stage but clearly this liberal disease is killing us. A word of appreciation is in order to the police who work against such odds and who bring in the evidence only to see it "kicked to the curb" in defense of the criminal scum. And when the parole board claims to be unaware of the criminal history and behavior of these two slugs; I wonder how that can be when in America today the government has info on law-abiding citizens even down to our bra size. Good grief! Lotta buck passing goin' on in Connecticut. At least maybe the buck stops with the governor. In an update, here, Farr said "he reviewed the two suspects' case files over the past two days, and it appears their release on parole was "appropriate" based on the available evidence." I guess the evidence did not include the charges that were dropped against them over the course of their criminal careers. For myself, I can see the brutalization and murders of these three innocent women placed at the door-step of all of the leftists in this nation who are soft on crime. How many of us have died due to their malfeasance? How many of us remain at risk? And by the way, here's a thought for the Connecticut legislature: How about no parole, period; and three strikes and you are out - as in out of the public and behind bars forever. Three more brutal and senseless deaths of innocent women at the hands of a failed judicial system. Feeling safer now? Note: Don't look for too much coverage on this heinous crime. The victims were white women and the killers were white men. And, as I understand it, to Shepard Smith, the women were just abused.