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Majority Of Kentucky Inmates Released By Democrat’s COVID Commutations Reoffended

via CNN

Democratic Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s decision to release criminals under executive commutation during the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in many of them committing new crimes, according to a report from the state government.

Approximately 70% of the released criminals went on to commit crimes, with 50% committing felonies within a year.

Crime spiked in 2021 following the commutation order, with a significant increase in drug and property-related offenses. (Trending: Obama Says the Unthinkable to Israel)

Beshear defended his decision, calling it reasonable and requesting a re-examination of the report.

“I believe the last round of commutations was fairly successful at getting people back in society and making sure they are healthy, and we are looking for the same here,” Beshear said after releasing a second round of inmates in August 2020, according to ABC13 WBKO. (Trending: Jimmy Kimmel Quietly Fired From Job)

“I wish each of those individuals a better life moving forward, one that is constructive, one that they can find purpose in, whether that be faith, family or a good job.”

“Let’s help make sure we can work with these individuals and give second chances.”

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