There’s a reason we have three strikes and you’re out laws.
It’s not because of
B. A prison pipeline
C. A national slave industry
Or any of the other garbage that the left claims. It’s because it’s a good way to lower crime rates by locking up repeat offenders. Here’s what happened when Governor Jay Inslee decided to bypass them and commuted the sentence of a repeat offender.
When David Conyers was led away from a King County courtroom more than 20 years ago he was never to be a free man again.
Convicted in a string of convenience-store robberies throughout Seattle, Conyers became the 29th person in the state sentenced to life under the three-strikes-you’re-out law. He was just 21 when he was turned over to the Department of Corrections – at the time the youngest three-striker in the state.
In 2015 he was given a second chance, in the form of a commutation by Gov. Jay Inslee.
Read the full story from Front Page Mag
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