…but who was instead let out early and — get this — went on to bigger and better things!
Evan Ebel was released from prison more than three months early, largely due to his participation in programs designed to coax troubled offenders from solitary confinement that were championed by the man he is suspected of killing, Colorado prisons chief Tom Clements, authorities said Friday….
While Ebel was disciplined for threatening to kill guards, assaulting other prisoners and being unruly, corrections officials were legally unable to extend the length of his sentence as punishment, spokeswoman Alison Morgan said Friday.
Yet we’re all supposed to believe the guns are the problem. Honestly, I don’t get what the hell is so complicated about all this. Dangerous people should be locked up. Period. Without access to guns, or knives, gasoline, ammonium nitrate fertilizer, or anything else they could use to wreak havoc on the innocent.