NY Bail Reform Horror: Mexican National Accused of Killing Newborn Baby Was Released Without Bail

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Albany, NY: Anthony Ojeda, a 38-year old Mexican national who is accused of killing a 6-week old baby, was released after making an appearance in court. He was let go under New York’s new criminal justice reform law that allowed the judge to set him to free without bail until his next court date, on the condition of “supervision”. There is no return court date set at this time.

The baby was born prematurely to a drug-addicted mother and Child Protective Services gave Ojeda custody. The baby died on December 3, 2019 after ingesting methamphetamine that Ojeda left out.  Ojeda was charged with 2nd degree manslaughter and assault. A detective said that Ojeda admitted to 2 incidents of assault against the newborn where he “may have” injured the baby; medical records show the infant suffered several broken ribs. The case could go to a grand jury after the toxicology results come back.

If there’s one thing we know about criminals, it’s that they will always show up to their court dates when appointed.

And if there’s one thing we know about murderers, it’s that they definitely deserve to walk free while awaiting their trial.

You know, for committing murder.

New York strikes again, this time it has set free…you guessed it…a murderer.

The victim? A 6-week-old baby.

Earlier on Tuesday morning, Anthony Ojeda, 38 years old, was released after making an appearance in court. On the condition of “supervision,” Ojeda is a free man until his next court date. Which he will definitely show up to. (Hope you’re reading this as sarcastically as I’m typing it…)

He was ordered to surrender his passport and wear an electronic tracking device.

The newborn baby died December 3 of 2019 after ingesting methamphetamine that Ojeda left out.  Ojeda was charged with 2nddegree manslaughter and assault.

Detective Michael Greene interviewed Ojeda hours after the child died. The detective appeared in court and testified.  He said Ojeda admitted to 2 incidents of assault against the newborn where he “may have” injured the baby.

The first occurred November 2nd or 3rd, Ojeda told the detective, when Ojeda grabbed the child by the ribs the middle of the night.  He was angry and picked the baby up with one hand by the chest.  The second was about a week later on November 7th, when Ojeda, during a domestic dispute with his husband, roughly grabbed the baby in the parking lot of Albany Medical Center.

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Additional sources:

https://defensemaven.io/bluelivesmatter/news/accused-baby-killer-freed-without-bond-due-to-justice-reform-laws-bZ5kZqhGY0Kl3-QF4m3wfg

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https://cbs6albany.com/news/local/judge-releases-man-accused-in-death-of-6-week-old-infant-under-bail-reform-law

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