Spitting mad at parolee center

Spitting mad at parolee center

There are 45 comments on the Vallejo Times-Herald story from Feb 17, 2013, titled Spitting mad at parolee center. In it, Vallejo Times-Herald reports that:

Have you ever been so disgusted you could spit? That is how I felt listening to big-salaried criminal justice people trying to cram more parolees down Vallejo's throat.

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stopitosby

Vallejo, CA

#1 Feb 18, 2013
The people bringing this crap to Vallejo don't even live here and those parolees are some bad people not all but a lot of them, get two guns because the parolees will have at least one gun.
Only Work Here

Vallejo, CA

#2 Feb 18, 2013
Marie Eden is one of the biggest crybabies in modern Vallejo. The very council members she supports and are against this project just voted last week to grow the criminal content in affordable housing, creating the very parolees she cries about coming here. They are coming home Marie, because your friends said YES to growing more of them, perpetuating this endless cycle. Don't you understand that?!
http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/city_hall/departm...
Professor Fido

Vallejo, CA

#3 Feb 18, 2013
I wonder how many parolees coming back home to VTown are lodged in an affordable housing situation?

My guess is every freaking one of them.
over and over

San Jose, CA

#4 Feb 18, 2013
Marie, Best letter of the year. Thanks for pointing this out!
Ben Dover

Vallejo, CA

#5 Feb 18, 2013
LOL, keep bawling Marie, it's coming and you can't stop it! This city strives to grow the very community that goes to prison, then people like you cry when they come home.
Waaaaaa, make them go somewhere else!

Here it is right here, Marie, another unanimous vote last Tuesday to expand the mission. Did you see that, Marie? UNANIMOUS!
http://www.ci.vallejo.ca.us/city_hall/departm...
the other shoe

Vallejo, CA

#6 Feb 18, 2013
the irony of this woman's complaining is that there are parolee centers all over vallejo via the subsidized housing industry. that's what we do and we are proud of it. how can anyone expect things to get better when we continue to farm the poor and associated criminal potential?
Sammie the Hut

Vallejo, CA

#7 Feb 18, 2013
the other shoe wrote:
the irony of this woman's complaining is that there are parolee centers all over vallejo via the subsidized housing industry. that's what we do and we are proud of it. how can anyone expect things to get better when we continue to farm the poor and associated criminal potential?
LOL!
You must be an advocate for parolee centers and section 8 housing.

(t)urd enragement!
Can Of Worms

Vallejo, CA

#8 Feb 18, 2013
That's not all, Jerry Brown is also releasing murderer parolees to the population in record numbers. Since they are not qualified to be trained and employed, guess what they will do when they return to Vallejo? We should be more concerned, criminals are being dumped in our cities.

Governor Brown Allows Parole For Killers At Higher Rate
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2013/02/15/g...
jd miller hungover

Vallejo, CA

#9 Feb 18, 2013
Sammie the Hut wrote:
<quoted text>LOL!
You must be an advocate for parolee centers and section 8 housing.
(t)urd enragement!
the city's mission is to increase affordable housing, the entire council supports this, and mcconnell makes money off it. now what do you say?
its what we own

Vallejo, CA

#10 Feb 18, 2013
vallejo already is a parolee center from all the criminals that come from here, from all the affordable housing programs for low and no income residents.
when they get out of the joint, they come home.
you like apples?
The worm turns

Vallejo, CA

#11 Feb 18, 2013
Can Of Worms wrote:
That's not all, Jerry Brown is also releasing murderer parolees to the population in record numbers. Since they are not qualified to be trained and employed, guess what they will do when they return to Vallejo? We should be more concerned, criminals are being dumped in our cities.
Governor Brown Allows Parole For Killers At Higher Rate
http://sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com/2013/02/15/g...
Ironically murders have a lower recidicism rate than those who commit other violent crimes. By the way other than blowing smoke how many paroleed murderers are in Vallejo. Before you flap your mouth you should be able to provide the facts.
tony the criminal

Vallejo, CA

#12 Feb 18, 2013
The worm turns wrote:
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Ironically murders have a lower recidicism rate than those who commit other violent crimes. By the way other than blowing smoke how many paroleed murderers are in Vallejo. Before you flap your mouth you should be able to provide the facts.
do you know?
Can Of Worms

Vallejo, CA

#13 Feb 18, 2013
The worm turns wrote:
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Ironically murders have a lower recidicism rate than those who commit other violent crimes. By the way other than blowing smoke how many paroleed murderers are in Vallejo. Before you flap your mouth you should be able to provide the facts.
So that means Vallejo is in worse shape because the parolees we're getting have high recidivism rate? Let me blow some more smoke on your face, you can never show me that Vallejo has a clear slate of killers and murderers. One of them is the killer of officer Capoot. What's your problem?
The worm turns

Vallejo, CA

#14 Feb 18, 2013
Can Of Worms wrote:
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So that means Vallejo is in worse shape because the parolees we're getting have high recidivism rate? Let me blow some more smoke on your face, you can never show me that Vallejo has a clear slate of killers and murderers. One of them is the killer of officer Capoot. What's your problem?
You are blowing smoke out your arse again!!!!!
Wheres the numbers you are basing your BS on.

As to Capoots killer he will never leave jail--Another problem with your illogical argument.
Can Of Worms

Vallejo, CA

#15 Feb 18, 2013
tony the criminal wrote:
<quoted text>do you know?
Here's one, a double murderer who also murdered his mother just recently right here in Vallejo. But wait, there's more of them coming thanks to Jerry Brown!

VALLEJO, Calif.—Police say a paroled California double murderer has led officers to the body of his 89-year-old mother.

Vallejo investigators say 70-year-old Dennis Stanworth telephoned police just before noon on Wednesday and said he killed his mother at his home.

Stanworth led arriving officers to the body of Nellie Turner Stanworth. Investigators won't say how she was killed.

Lt. Jim O'Connell says in a news release that Stanworth was arrested and booked for investigation of murder at the Solano County Jail.

Stanworth was sentenced to death in 1966 after being convicted of two counts of murder for kidnapping, sexually assaulting and shooting two teenage girls in Contra Costa County.

http://www.kcra.com/news/Paroled-double-murde...
Can Of Worms

Vallejo, CA

#16 Feb 18, 2013
The worm turns wrote:
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You are blowing smoke out your arse again!!!!!
Wheres the numbers you are basing your BS on.
As to Capoots killer he will never leave jail--Another problem with your illogical argument.
If you're going to say that murderers have low recidivism, you better support that with numbers, so where are they? So what about Capoot's killer, we're talking about murderers and killers in Vallejo that can be paroled. Are you saying none of them will leave jail?
annoy

Vallejo, CA

#17 Feb 18, 2013
Can Of Worms wrote:
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So that means Vallejo is in worse shape because the parolees we're getting have high recidivism rate? Let me blow some more smoke on your face, you can never show me that Vallejo has a clear slate of killers and murderers. One of them is the killer of officer Capoot. What's your problem?
The person who killed Officer Capoot lived in Fairfield. He lived in a traditionally financed house that was in default. He tried to keep up with the Jones and did something really stupid. He has and has had no connection to Section 8. Most section 8 tenants live by the rules. The criminal element are the ones who live in just bad privately owned housing. You don't get to live in Section 8 or government projects if you have a criminal conviction.

You want to point the finger of guilt at the right target, look at the houses in disrepair. Section 8 housing requires adherence to housing codes. It is inspected every single year. Using fear arguments is a great way to divert attention from other real problems, like uneducated stupid people who have no job or anger management skills. But if that is what floats your boat and you feel less angry about it, go for it. Other than the hate mongers few people believe the argument that section 8 is the culpert.
NOW we have an expert

Vallejo, CA

#18 Feb 18, 2013
annoy wrote:
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The person who killed Officer Capoot lived in Fairfield. He lived in a traditionally financed house that was in default. He tried to keep up with the Jones and did something really stupid. He has and has had no connection to Section 8. Most section 8 tenants live by the rules. The criminal element are the ones who live in just bad privately owned housing. You don't get to live in Section 8 or government projects if you have a criminal conviction.
You want to point the finger of guilt at the right target, look at the houses in disrepair. Section 8 housing requires adherence to housing codes. It is inspected every single year. Using fear arguments is a great way to divert attention from other real problems, like uneducated stupid people who have no job or anger management skills. But if that is what floats your boat and you feel less angry about it, go for it. Other than the hate mongers few people believe the argument that section 8 is the culpert.
"You don't get to live in Section 8 or government projects if you have a criminal conviction." So where do you "get to" live? HAW...HAW...hawwwrrrrr! You may not "get to" do certain things, but NO ONE can stop you living where you choose. JH Christ! What a jackass comment. Stop spreading false information here!!
to hell with gomes

Vallejo, CA

#19 Feb 18, 2013
annoy wrote:
<quoted text>
The person who killed Officer Capoot lived in Fairfield. He lived in a traditionally financed house that was in default. He tried to keep up with the Jones and did something really stupid. He has and has had no connection to Section 8. Most section 8 tenants live by the rules. The criminal element are the ones who live in just bad privately owned housing. You don't get to live in Section 8 or government projects if you have a criminal conviction.
You want to point the finger of guilt at the right target, look at the houses in disrepair. Section 8 housing requires adherence to housing codes. It is inspected every single year. Using fear arguments is a great way to divert attention from other real problems, like uneducated stupid people who have no job or anger management skills. But if that is what floats your boat and you feel less angry about it, go for it. Other than the hate mongers few people believe the argument that section 8 is the culpert.
bulloney! there may be restrictions with regard to an applicant for subsidized housing, but you cannot dictate where anyone lives. bullschmidt!! you may as well say once you've been to prison, you lose your right to public assistance. your post is clearly the stupidest one yet! there'll be more i'm sure.
Salty Dog

Vallejo, CA

#20 Feb 18, 2013
Great letter. I don't have an answer but I am spitting mad too.

A day care center (sorry, Solano Center for Positive Change) with no real accountability,no real program and situated near to a real day care center. Then there are the other 18 hours.

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