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Last login: Thursday, January 21, 2010
Inmates who have made one huge mistake in their life, but who have been model inmates for years should be reviewed and released with GPS. The problem is that there is not an intelligent panel that knows who to release and who shouldn't be released. The parole panels are ignorant and don't have a clue who they should release in California. The release of inmates should be on an individual bases no matter the crime. I think a brain dead or quadriplegic inmate is safe to be released. LWOP inmates have a less than 1% recidivism rate in this state. These inmates cost the state the most money. Common sense will point to release of certain LWOP inmates, but the state never seems to grow any common sense in their un-educated decisions.
January 21, 2010 at 9:29 a.m.
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