Repeat Offenders Could Soon Be Parole...

Repeat Offenders Could Soon Be Paroled | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News

There are 85 comments on the 10TV WBNS story from Oct 5, 2010, titled Repeat Offenders Could Soon Be Paroled | WBNS-10TV, Central Ohio News. In it, 10TV WBNS reports that:

Some of the state's most dangerous criminals are about to be set free from prison, as early as next month, but officials say their early releases are by the book.

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sue

Hilliard, OH

#1 Oct 5, 2010
i think no dna sex offenders should be released also. if a sex offender has no dna , then what is there to prove?some sex offenders got a raw deal, like my son he had a public defender that didnt care, and he got 10 years? i think if there is no dna to be proved then the sex offender should be released.
Common Sense

Columbus, OH

#2 Oct 5, 2010
sue wrote:
i think no dna sex offenders should be released also. if a sex offender has no dna , then what is there to prove?some sex offenders got a raw deal, like my son he had a public defender that didnt care, and he got 10 years? i think if there is no dna to be proved then the sex offender should be released.
Your response is indicative of an individual with a Conflict of Interest. Would you think the same if your son wasn't involved in such a heinous act? Be honest in your answer.
BadBoys

Reynoldsburg, OH

#3 Oct 5, 2010
Let make sure we support NRA and Protection of our homes. This is ridiculous letting criminals roam free.
concerned citizen

Reynoldsburg, OH

#4 Oct 5, 2010
I think ANYONE convicted of Rape should be buried under the jail.It sounds like the jury heard enough evidence to convict him. Would you want your daughter/ grandaughter around a convicted rapist whether DNA was involved or not? Some DNA can be exposed of. Good Luck. Your Family is RUINED from his selfishness.
yea

Columbus, OH

#5 Oct 5, 2010
we should go after the worst one...chlild supports
they have no jobs because of this obabam...so take ther jobs away and put them behind bars with the rest of the trash huh?
Chuck Ash

United States

#6 Oct 5, 2010
Democrats that cant vote...........The Unreverend Al Sharpton's brother is trying to change that. He thinks felons should be able to vote after they've served their time.......that and according to a recent poll, felons by a margin of 70%, consider themselves .....Democrat. Who would have thought.........lol.
jfa

Harveysburg, OH

#8 Oct 5, 2010
This is all by design. Just wait and see whats coming. The cameras they are going to install all over the state with a central command(center)is the clue. Martial law.
Disgusted

Hilliard, OH

#9 Oct 5, 2010
Give every one of the the entire parole board's names addresses and contact information along with next of kin and place of work to the released prisoners and I'll go along with it.

Let them know what it feels like to be an innocent victim, never knowing...
Need real solutions

Hilliard, OH

#10 Oct 5, 2010
sue wrote:
i think no dna sex offenders should be released also. if a sex offender has no dna , then what is there to prove?some sex offenders got a raw deal, like my son he had a public defender that didnt care, and he got 10 years? i think if there is no dna to be proved then the sex offender should be released.
Sue,

You sound like most mothers. You lead with your heart. I have much family in prison at this time, and they are right where they belong. I love them, and some of them may even be innocent of the charges against them, but as my father said, "if he didn't do this one, he can just accept it for all of the times he didn't get caught". None of us want them to do more damage. I could not live with myself if I worked to free one and someone got hurt. They are all right where they belong.

As for the parol board, I seriously think their names should be public. It is easy to locate their homes....let the parolees live in their area. Maybe the parolees could do their yard work or run other errands for them.

Since seeing a sentence is a fairy tale, I for one think the officials and the system need an overhaul. Life means life.....twenty means twenty, etc. I hope everyone also knows that the parole officers have also been told not to violate unless forced. They must look the other way. It is not them or their supervisors, it is way the law is written.

I sat with all of the political propaganda and my lap top filling out my absentee vote. I think I voted for all of the "hard nosed" and police endorced candidates. Trusting they are really going to be as tough on criminals as they say.

I am now officially off my soap box and wondering where anyone can move to keep their family safe.
Need real solutions

Hilliard, OH

#11 Oct 5, 2010
Disgusted wrote:
Give every one of the the entire parole board's names addresses and contact information along with next of kin and place of work to the released prisoners and I'll go along with it.
Let them know what it feels like to be an innocent victim, never knowing...
I NEVER want anyone to be hurt or a victim. Not even my worst enemy deserves what these criminals do to others. And I wish no ill harm to the board or anyone, but common sense has to prevail....these criminals cannot be in society for any reason.

If anyone knows how to use the free people searches, zabasearch, property search and public access records for the differing counties, locating someone and their relatives is not difficult. In less than a day you can generally put it all together.
Given this info, you would think the parole board would be more concerened about the public safety. Where you live is no longer an indicator of safety.

I'm scared.
Bullx

Columbus, OH

#12 Oct 5, 2010
I think the names & addresses of the Parole Board should be public information. I can't believe it's for their safety. What are they trying to hide? The judges & prosecutors names are public record. If they are afraid of revenge or intimidation then they are in the wrong job.
I also believe they should be held responsible for their decisions. If they parole a violent criminal & he or she commits another violent crime after they give them parole then the board members should be charged with a crime. If they set a murderer free & he kills again then wouldn't that be aiding & abetting a crime?
The parole board should be required to follow the "Truth in Sentencing Laws" & mandatory sentencing requirements the Judges have to go by. If it requires more prisons then that's what the State needs to build. It can be fiananced by cutting out the "perks" the inmates receive now. It's prison for gods sake.....not summer camp. Sheriff Joe Arpaio in Maricopa County AZ has it right!!!
Ms Drivesalot

Harrison, AR

#13 Oct 5, 2010
Common Sense wrote:
<quoted text> Your response is indicative of an individual with a Conflict of Interest. Would you think the same if your son wasn't involved in such a heinous act? Be honest in your answer.
Or, would she have the same opinion if her daughter had been assaulted by a sex offender?
I kinda doubt it.

I agree with you Common Sense - I see a conflict of interest here.

Since: Oct 09

Location hidden

#14 Oct 5, 2010
It is a damn shame that keeping a hard criminal has come down to dollar and cents!!!!! What ever happened to what is truly right!! Give me their release date and I will guarantee the will no longer be a problem to society...
Need real solutions

Hilliard, OH

#15 Oct 5, 2010
yea wrote:
we should go after the worst one...chlild supports
they have no jobs because of this obabam...so take ther jobs away and put them behind bars with the rest of the trash huh?
Can you believe some of there have been those wanted for behind in child support on the most wanted list? As mad as I would be, I'll take a dead beat dad, or a man effected by the economy over a criminal anyday...guess my opinion is not the same as the system's.
Need real solutions

Hilliard, OH

#16 Oct 5, 2010
jfa wrote:
This is all by design. Just wait and see whats coming. The cameras they are going to install all over the state with a central command(center)is the clue. Martial law.
Why are we spending money on camera's to "catch criminals" if we are going to spend more money on the trial, incareration, then not have enough room to keep them in prison? Sounds like PR to me.

We will be able to watch the worst offenders attack other victims while they are out on one of their six, seventh, one hundredth chance.

My opinion only.
jjj

Columbus, OH

#17 Oct 5, 2010
Chuck Ash wrote:
Democrats that cant vote..........The Unreverend Al Sharpton's brother is trying to change that. He thinks felons should be able to vote after they've served their time.......that and according to a recent poll, felons by a margin of 70%, consider themselves .....Democrat. Who would have thought.........lol.
if he thinks felons should be able to vote, then you should be happy since you are one
No excuses

Celina, OH

#18 Oct 5, 2010
And Mayor Coleman want's everyone to give up their chosen and so far legal means of protection. No more police for our protection. It takes a long time for police to respond unless the victim happens to get lucky and the cruiser just happens to be near by. I don't know of too many victims of crime that can predict the time and day they will be assaulted, raped, robbed, beaten, carjacked, etc. It's really difficult to call the police when someone is beating the snot out of you. Equally difficult when they steal your phone, if you have one. Except in very rare instances the police show up and take the report in the aftermath. It's not the fault of the police. They can't escort everyone everywhere they go. They could however spend a lot more time investigating crime if they weren't kept so busy investigating auto accidents for the benefit of insurance companies. If no one was injured who cares who's fault it was ? Your insurance company is who. They should be made to pay the full price for the investigation. I know that this sweetheart arrangement will never end so...... Who do I talk to if I want a police officer to do my job for me for free, so I can either make or save money ? What happened to, "no fault insurance" ? Oh right, lawyers and insurance companies.
Jack

Delaware, OH

#19 Oct 5, 2010
Most of the people released from prison like the idea of limited government involvement and are ultra conservative in that respect. And more often than not, they support republican candidates. They believe that a government that governs less governs best. Less police means more liberty, they say.(It also means that there is a much better liklihood that they won't get caught when they commit their next crime, especially if it is a non-violent or victimless crime.) Think about it. The majority of felons don't like the Democrats because they make their lives more difficult.
Example: Sex Offender registry--Clinton (with broad bi-partisan support)
..........Child support & alimony laws--Clinton (requires you to give your Social Security number in nearly every financial transaction that doesn't involve cash.)
Those are just two examples. There are many more.
jill valentine

United States

#20 Oct 5, 2010
you must be kidding to put these monsters back on the street. only means you need more work for the police and do not care at all whom they hurt or kill. i ask you to search you heart is this a person you want comming up to you family member?
George

Columbus, OH

#21 Oct 5, 2010
Glade I have my CCW

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