Monday, March 1, 2021

Mark Zuckerberg Worked to Free Criminals in Oklahoma. A Monster Freed Early Ate a Woman's Heart and Killed a 4-Year-Old Girl

Mark Zuckerberg Worked to Free Criminals in Oklahoma. A Monster Freed Early Ate a Woman's Heart and Killed a 4-Year-Old Girl:
Criminal justice reform is a euphemism for a horrifying nightmare in which criminals were set loose under pressure from billionaire activist donors to commit horrifying crimes, terrorizing cities, destroying communities, and taking lives.
An Oklahoma man who had been released early from prison in January as part of a mass commutation effort is now accused of three killings, including the death of a neighbor whose heart he cut out, authorities said.

A judge denied bail Tuesday for Lawrence Paul Anderson, who faces three counts of first-degree murder, one count of assault and one count of maiming for the attack this month in Chickasha, about 35 miles southwest of Oklahoma City.

According to the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation, Anderson is accused of killing Andrea Lynn Blankenship, 41, and cutting out her heart. Authorities say Anderson brought the heart to his aunt and uncle’s house, cooked it with potatoes and tried to serve it to them before killing Leon Pye, 67, wounding the aunt and killing Kaeos Yates, the pair’s 4-year-old granddaughter.

Anderson had been sentenced in 2017 to 20 years in prison for probation violations on a drug case, the newspaper reported.
Probation violations on a drug case is exactly the kind of thing that stirs the passions of criminal justice reformers. --->READ MORE HERE
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Horowitz: Oklahoma career criminal accused of killing 3 and cooking a human heart had been released by Gov. Stitt:
It's not just in San Francisco and New York City that violent career criminals are being released en masse, only to commit more crimes. Republicans in Oklahoma and other states have bought into this "criminal justice reform" lie – that somehow our system is too tough on criminals, rather than too lenient by a mile. The deception of "low-level criminals" propelling last year's mass prison release in Oklahoma has now been laid bare by the case of Lawrence Paul Anderson.
Anderson is accused of killing his neighbor, Andrea Lynn Blankenship, 41, on February 12 in Chickasha, cutting out her heart, and cooking it with potatoes at his uncle's house. He then allegedly killed his uncle, injured his aunt, and killed the couple's 4-year-old granddaughter.
As soon as I saw the story, I figured that a person like that either had to be a career criminal released early from prison, a known criminally insane person who should have been known to law enforcement, or both.
Well, remember that mass commutation by Gov. Kevin Stitt (R) a little more than a year ago? On Nov. 4, Gov. Stitt commuted the sentences of 527 criminals, in the largest single prison release in U.S. history. To a cheering crowd, he bragged about "second chances" being offered to "low-level" offenders. This was part of a broad effort that has infected even the most conservative states – convincing the public that we have an over-incarceration problem, rather than an under-incarceration problem. --->READ MORE HERE

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