Last week we published a blog about the animals in Shirley Max who attacked two corrections officers without any provocation, and spoke with many CO’s who blamed it on the 2016 “criminal justice reform” bill signed by douchebag Governor Charlie Baker. The Union has officially released a statement on it now.
Union spokesperson Guy Glodis, former Sheriff of Worcester County, said in the release the Criminal Justice Reform Act, which was passed in 2016, “has allowed inmates to manipulate the system and engage in violent action, increased gang activity, intimidation and assaults on officers and other inmates.” Information released by the department did not address the conditions that led to the attack. The Criminal Justice Reform Act shortened some long federal prison sentences and enforced rules to improve conditions for prisoners, among other things.
It’s disgusting how proud these assholes are to make corrections officers unsafe. Not a single person who signed this bill has ever worked in a jail. They’ve never lived amongst these animals, and they know nothing about them. Everything the believe comes from a theory in their head that being nice to these assholes will help them reform.
Newsflash – the reason they’re in jail in the first place is because all other measures to rehabilitate them have been fruitless. They’re in jail to be kept away from civilized populations, not to get out faster.
There are actually many more bills currently working their way through the Massachusetts State Senate. Let’s take a look at what they’re up to.
This is State Rep David Rodgers who represents Mitt Romney’s 18th hometown of Belmont.
He’s likely never lived anywhere close to a gang member, which is why he’s drafted a bill that will outlaw solitary confinement for inmates 21 and under for more than 48 hours.
So if any of those animals in the video are 21 or younger they’ll be back in gen pop in just two days. This is what his priority is as an elected official.
This is Representative Kay Khan, a woman who crew up in Wellesley and now represents mostly Newton.
She recently sponsored a bill that will use taxpayer money to fund transportation for people to visit their criminal family members in jail.
This is a priority for her.
This is State Senator Sonia Chang-Diaz.
There’s a good chance she represents more criminals than any other legislator in the state, since she’s in charge of such fine places as Roxbury and Meth Mile. Naturally then she’s sponsoring a bill that will mandate corrections officers sit through a “training session” on “the importance of ongoing visitation to individuals who are incarcerated,” and how to be nice to people who visit cons in jail. These training materials will be provided by ex-prisoners and Prisoners Legal Services.
Because the people she represents have to go to jail a lot and they want CO’s to be nice to them when they get there.
Ya got that? The biggest problem CO’s face isn’t the fact that they’re defenseless and getting the shit kicked out of them by gang members, it’s that they don’t know how to be nice to people who visit their raping and murdering family members. Sure, training time could be allotted for how CO’s can better defend themselves, or make the jails safer in general, but that would be thinking about law abiding CO’s instead of the raping murderers that people like Sonya Chang-Diaz represent.
This is State Rep Marjorie Decker.
As you might’ve guessed by looking at her, she represents northern Cambridge, including Harvard Square. A place where wealthy white people like her and Elizabeth Warren have gentrified and priced out many people of color they pretend to care so much about. She seems to have sponsored the exact same bill Chang-Diaz did, except in the House instead of the Senate.
This is State Senator William Bronwsberger who also represents Belmont, along with Watertown, the Back Bay of Boston, and Brighton.
His biggest priority right now is making sure prisoners get free phone calls, because God knows the taxpayers haven’t done enough for these violent assholes.
He’s also pushing for a minimum wage for convicts, as well as price controls on items for purchase in the commissary.
Because we all need to make sure that people like Josh Abrams are able to buy more Frito’s while serving time for raping and assaulting women.
Here’s what a CO from Walpole tells us about commissary.
Let me tell you about Walpole’s new seg unit. It was 10 block. Now it’s located in DDU. It’s now called LPU. Limited privileges unit. Now you go there for a fight, drugs or staff assault. Now when they get to the cell they automatically get a radio and head phones. Also the ability to but Doritos, bbq Corn chips and Oreos. Now dues that sound like punishment for assaulting a CO.
And finally, this is State Rep Mike Connolly.
He’s the guy representing the eastern part of Cambridge as well as southern Somerville. His plan to make jails safer includes sponsoring a bill that will make it so that prisoners can have unlimited visitors.
Because that’s what’s really important.
Notice that all of these people represent a plot of land that probably makes up 1% of the actual state. Yet because this includes so many of the worst people this state has to offer in one concentrated area, they’re able to get bills passed. They certainly don’t know any CO’s, and are not the least bit concerned about their safety.
According to the CO we spoke with prisoners also abuse the “mental health” loopholes.
DDU has an inmate. The one who stabbed his lawyer in the court room years back. He’s has been on a fake mental health eye ball watch for over a year. The admin and mental health are afraid of him and they do any he wants. So for over a year now a CO has been sitting in front of his cell 24/7. All together with the 3 shifts you’re looking at about $1,000 in payroll a day. He’s not suicidal. It’s all a show. Tax payers money going right down the drain. With meds and food and housing he costing the state about half a million a year. For what? Nothing because they are afraid of him. Send him to a real prison and he probably wouldn’t last 5 days alive.
It’s one thing when a bunch of radical SJWs elect people like this who sponsor laws like these. It’s a completely different thing when Governor Baker signs them into law instead of vetoing them, because he wants to show these people that he’s one of the “good Republicans,” who doesn’t give a shit about the safety of CO’s.
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