CA Sheriff Refuses to Release 1,800 Dangerous Prisoners, Including Murderers and Child Molesters

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Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes rejected Superior Court Judge Peter Wilson’s order to release of 1,858 dangerous inmates over concerns about spreading Covid-19. Sheriff Barnes said that low level offenders have already been released and what remains are dangerous criminals that include murderers and child molesters.  Sheriff Barnes said he would immediately be appealing the judge’s order, calling the inmates a “significant threat to the public.” Sheriff Barnes said that last week, none of the inmates tested positive for Covid-19, but this week, 415 inmates did test positive. The tests that have an extremely high rate of error.

California – Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes fought back after a Superior Court Judge ordered the release of 1,858 dangerous inmates over concerns about Covid.

Nearly 200 of the ‘medically vulnerable’ inmates ordered to be released are murderers and child molesters.

In April the anti-American ACLU sued to ‘protect the medically vulnerable’ inmates at the Orange County jail and a radical judge sided with the ACLU.

Sheriff Barnes said he would immediately be appealing the judge’s order to the appellate court, calling the inmates a “significant threat to the public.”

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Kathleen Johnson
Kathleen Johnson
9 months ago

We live in a small town in S CA, and seems like most every day, cars, trucks, animals, etc. have been stolen, more house break ins, mail boxes being broken into, and more murders, rapes, etc. have been happening, since our gov has been releasing inmates early, and many sneaking across border. 2 Thessalonians 1:7-9, “And to you who are troubled rest with us, when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with His mighty angels, In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God, and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who shall be… Read more »

9 months ago

Sheriff Barnes is my sheriff. He is a Constitutional sheriff and I stand behind him 1000%. I applaud his decision to not release these dangerous inmates. Unlike the judge he acts on behalf of the people of Orange County. How curious that one week prior no inmate tested positive for Covid and a week later 415 did. If they actually do have Covid they can be treated with effective therapeutics while incarcerated. Does anybody else smell dead fish?

Greg C
Greg C
9 months ago

Good for the Sheriff. What a bone head thing that would be, to let out violent criminals because of a cold virus. Lunacy in an upside down world looks like normal to these judges, I guess.