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Orange County DA Warns the Public Over Coronavirus Release of 7 “High Risk” Sex Offenders

Why are they being released?

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Orange County District Attorney Todd Spitzer is warning the general public after the coronavirus-related early release of seven sex offenders from the county jail system.

Spitzer describes the men as “high risk” offenders, and states that they’ve only spent days in custody instead of the months the men were slated to serve in jail or prison. The seven men are all parole offenders, but have been convicted in the past of felony sex crimes. The first of the seven offenders was released on April 7th.

The released convicts are Luis Ramirez, James Bowling, Rudy Magdaleno, Calvin Coleman, Kyle Winton, Jose Oregel, and Mari Sandoval. Spitzer is calling the men “the most dangerous kind of criminal and the most likely to reoffend,” arguing that “these are not the kind of people who should be getting a break.

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The seven men have been convicted of crimes such as sexual battery, molestation of children, indecent exposure, and assault upon a peace officer. All of the men have multiple felony or misdemeanor convictions, raising questions as to why the Orange County Sheriff’s Department hasn’t reserved coronavirus jailbreaks to convicts incarcerated on first offenses. Sheriff Don Barnes has been bragging about reducing the population of the country jail system by 45%.

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Prison and jail systems throughout the entire country have been released inmates that would ordinarily be considered far too severe offenders for parole or early release. The jailbreaks have proved to have disastrous consequences in some instances, with one Florida convict going on to shoot a man dead just days after being released from a county jail system.

Municipal governments that seek to confront the coronavirus epidemic with credibility on the topic of public safety need to think carefully about releasing veritably dangerous, repeat offenders from prison and jail systems. The public has enough to worry about from the virus alone.

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Joe Rogan Confirms “Conspiracy Theorist” Alex Jones Was The First One Warning About Jeffrey Epstein

Jones was talking about Jeffrey Epstein decades ago.

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Podcaster Joe Rogan spoke with Alex Jones on Tuesday, acknowledging that the so-called conspiracy theorist was the first one he could remember speaking about Jeffrey Epstein, even before the infamous and now-deceased pedophile billionaire was arrested on child prostitution charges for the first time in 2006.

Rogan and Jones were speaking about criminal proceedings against Epstein “madame” and alleged accomplice Ghislane Maxwell when Rogan pointed out that Jones was one of the first commentators to sound the alarm on Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking activities.

Now, let me right off the bat say… You were telling me about Epstein and this island years ago. You were telling me long before anybody- I think you were even telling me about this before his first arrest!

Jones went on to explain how he learned about supposed elite pedophile rings from Ted Gunderson, a longtime FBI agent who began correspondence with Jones on the topic in the 1990’s.

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Now that the filmmaker and Infowars host has been banned from every single major social media platform, the insight that seems to have led him to to report on Epstein long before the mainstream media caught on to the pedophile’s activities is removed from the de facto digital public square.

Rogan talked with Jones for over three hours in a podcast released Tuesday.

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