Ukiah man released from prison booked into Mendocino Jail after violating parole; man was not a COVID related release

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2 thoughts on “Ukiah man released from prison booked into Mendocino Jail after violating parole; man was not a COVID related release

  1. Did the ankle monitor not work, or was nobody paying attention? Released prisoners are hardly good candidates for being expected to do what they are supposed to do…
    Bars are open until 8pm, tasting rooms are also open, dining in is happening. We passed the 100 cases per 100,000 threshold people days ago and nothing changed.
    I guess the virus is inactive in the presence of wine, or maybe it sleeps during the day and comes out after 8pm…

    Is the State trying to see if Mendocino County can catch up to the number of cases in other counties??

  2. Releasing criminals was a key element of Bolshevik revolution in both Russia and other societies that fell victim to it. Some were employed against the “non-compliant” population, and the rest just caused havoc for decent folks.

    If what government kooks and “experts” claim about COVID-19 for we little people was true, releasing criminals to communities would be unimaginable. Nearly EVERYTHING “they” tell us is dishonest and/or hypocritical, which is why so many of us simply are not on-board with their schemes. We know they’re lying.

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