June 4, 2022

USA: Commie Dem Judges In Texas Give Repeat Violent Offenders Bond For Multiple Charges. Mother Of Teen Murdered Shocked That Her Son's Killer Free From Jail On $5,000 Bond Within Days.


We don't have a gun problem. We have a lack of self-control problem, a criminal supremacists problem and a Commie Democrats soft on crime problem, not doing shit to catch the criminals as in crimes go unsolved and when they do catch the criminals, they immediately release them back onto the streets to allow them to continue terrorizing the community.  These same people siding with the criminals want to take away YOUR CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT to keep and bear arms in order to defend yourself against these criminal supremacists and a tyrannical government. Remember, criminals do not obey laws. Therefore, criminals will have access to guns through gun trafficking venues and you will be left defenseless with no guns because the same government siding with criminals said they wanted to keep you safe from guns.  (emphasis mine) 
FOX 26 Houston published June 3, 2022: Alarming trend of ex-cons receiving bond costing lives. FOX 26 Reporter Randy Wallace explains in this edition of 'Breaking Bond.'

Fox26 News, Texas local
written by Randy Wallace
Tuesday May 31, 2022

HARRIS COUNTY, Texas - Raymond Young and Delvin Clemons have a lot in common. Both men are 44 and have many mugshots.

"Both of them have lengthy criminal histories, both have been convicted of violent offenses," said Andy Kahan with Crime Stoppers.

Clemons has 17 felony convictions.

In October 2021, 232nd Criminal District Court Judge Josh Hill granted him bond for felon in possession of a weapon.

"A month later, he gets charged again for felon in possession of a weapon," Kahan said. "You would have thought that would have been the end of the story, he gets out on bond again."

Last month, police said Clemons shot and killed Keishan Betts at an apartment complex at 270 El Dorado Blvd.

There was a time when judges were hesitant to grant bond to defendants charged with felon in possession of a weapon.

"That's absolutely true," said Ray Hunt, Executive Director of the Houston Police Union. "I talked to the District Attorney in Montgomery County. He says he remembers one time when something like that happened."

But some Harris County Criminal Court Judges grant bond all the time for defendants charged with felon in possession of a weapon.

"Very low bonds, where it's only going to take maybe $1,000 to get out," said Kahan.

Raymond Young, a convicted sex offender has a dozen convictions, including felon in possession of a weapon.

On May 7, 180th Criminal District Court Judge Desean Jones granted him a $10,000 bond for assault of a family member.

14 days later, police say Young shot and killed 17-year-old John Smith at 1329 East 35th Street.

"When you've got people who are felons in possession of a firearm out on multiple bonds, getting arrested again, that person should get a no bond or at least a million dollar bond," Hunt said.

FOX 26 Houston published September 23, 2021: Mother of 19-year-old murdered shocked to hear her son’s suspected killer is already free from jail. A 17-year-old murder suspect has been released on bond. FOX 26’s Randy Wallace speaks with the victim’s mother who tells us she’s beyond shocked.

Fox26 News, Houston local
written by Randy Wallace
September 16, 2021

HOUSTON - We all know just about everyone has the right to be released from jail on bond. However, imagine how hard it would be to hear your child’s accused killer is walking around free before you’re even able to have a funeral.

"19-years-old fresh out of high school beginning his life working at Amazon just trying to find his way," said Shayona Lewis.

The grieving mother was describing her 19-year-old son Patrick Lewis.

"You are never supposed to bury your child," Lewis said.

But now Lewis is living every parent's nightmare.

She says Patrick never saw her cry and now she can’t stop.

"My kids at a young age used to ask me do you ever cry? I’m like of course I was just always strong for them," said Lewis. "But this is important because it’s just not fair."

Last Friday, Lewis says she couldn’t reach her son by phone.

"I’m calling, my fiancรฉe is calling, [and] it’s going straight to voice mail," she said. "Something’s not right."

Then she hears about a crime scene just a few streets away.

"One was deceased and one was being taken into custody," Lewis said. "Either way it was heartbreaking because I wasn’t sure which one was my son."

Harris Co. Deputy Constables say Patrick Lewis was shot while sitting in his car.

17-year-old Alijah Williams was arrested at the scene and charged with murder.

Only 4 days passed and Williams is free on a $5,000 bond.

"$5,000 that’s all he had to pay to get out after I lost my son," Lewis said. "He’s in the vicinity of my neighborhood and you have calls saying they’ve seen him at McDonald’s that’s something my son will never do again so it’s disturbing."

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