It depends on how you view it.<quoted text>
But nothing got skillfully pulled off..... The prisoners are already back in jail.
I'd categorize the entire endeavour as a failure, wouldn't you?
It was a success in that someone(s) scammed the system. I said before that as both of men registered as felons within 3 days of their release, I'm pretty sure they didn't have a hand in creating the forged docs which led to their release.
The families also said, they were surprised when told their relative was being released, but overjoyed at the same time. Okay, I can buy that explanation, be it true or not true, it's still plausible.
In this scam was perpetuated by an unknown person or persons, the one connection to 2013 and 2011, could be the clue to solving this. A personal vendetta maybe? Or easy pickin's coming from the same source pool? Or just a coincidence?
It's being reported that more arrests are pending and I am interested in learning how big of a net it reaches. Again, assuming we are told all the facts.