State Senator Jamie Eldridge’s (D – Prison) fascination with being the voice of rapists and murderers everywhere continued this week with a press conference about how mean CO’s are to violent offenders who tried to kill them last month in Shirley.
At the press conference he put together with some families of convicted criminals, they all complained that the guards weren’t being nice….in jail.
Sen. Jamie Eldridge says he and other lawmakers who made unannounced interviewed more than a dozen inmates. He says there’s a “deeply disturbing culture” and that inmates reported encounters with tactical teams that “surprised inmates in their cell without any notice.” pic.twitter.com/YRqLyyiVTA
— Steph Solis (@stephmsolis) February 3, 2020
Oh no! Their privacy rights are being violated! It’s a real shame they all ended up in jail by accident.
The voice of this movement to improve conditions for the most violent offenders in Massachusetts is being led by former guest at Souza-Baranowski Jurell Laronal, who of course has a sibling currently living there as well.
Jurell Laronal says he served time at Souza Baranowski and that the stories are true. He said he was worried about his brother, who is currently serving time at the facility. pic.twitter.com/7XIEUxnXXy
— Steph Solis (@stephmsolis) February 4, 2020
“It’s hard to tell someone not to do anything when guards are coming to his cell randomly.”
Yea, almost as if they need to make sure prisoners don’t have weapons because they’re violent offenders.
“I feel disrespected in a way.”
Well then, let us jump right in to protect your precious feelings sir!
So what was Jamie Eldridge’s good friend Jurell incarcerated for? He must’ve been in there for possessing marijuana right? This is what the Jamie Eldridges of the world always tell me people of color are locked up for – pot. “Non violent” crimes. Let’s see what the new face of prison reform did….
Oh look, he led a prison riot after being put into solitary confinement for being a violent asshole. Who hasn’t done that before. Definitely the kind of guy who should be the face for prison reform. Convicted criminals have a right to express themselves with violence just like anyone else.
Then when he got out of jail he kept his nose clean, turned his life around, and opened his own barbershop right? Oh wait….
Turns out the first thing he decided to do was drive without a license and try to steal a cop’s gun from him because he didn’t wanna go back to prison.
But wait, I thought cops shot black people for no reason because they’re a bunch of filthy racists? Surely they could’ve shot this waste of space and been justified in their actions. Yet the chose to be non-violent and he continued to resist anyway.
And did I mention he’s a MMA fighter?
He probably could’ve overpowered the police officer, but they still chose not to shoot his ass.
It was also announced that three inmates are suing the jail because CO’s weren’t nice to them.
So I gave these three model citizens a Google (Carl Larocque, Tamik Kirkland, and Robert Silva-Prentice) because surely they must’ve been in jail for pot too. Larocque is in jail for….
Killing his best friend at Crompton Park. He showed up to the wake and funeral like nothing happened too. His victim’s family (Kevin Shavies) will never get to see their loved one again, and his brother was serving our country overseas when he found out what happened.
But, I guess Jamie Eldridge doesn’t give a shit about them. He’s more concerned with the way Kevin’s killer is being treated in prison.
Robert Silva-Prentice has barely been in jail for a year and he’s already whining like a bitch. How much marijuana did he have on him when he got sentenced?
Oh wait, he’s a murderer. Killed a completely innocent teenager in the projects who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. I definitely give a shit about his feelings.
And what about plaintiff #3 Tamik Kirkland? If that name rings a bell it’s because he was all over the news seven years ago after he escaped from jail to avenge the shooting of his mother, accidentally shot and killed a completely innocent man and barber who survived 11 gunshots, then shot a state trooper and a Springfield cop from the trunk of a car he was hiding in. To make matters worse the deceased victim’s name was Innocent.
Jamie Eldridge doesn’t give a shit about Mr. Innocent or the family he left behind.
He cares about this useless clump of cells.
And what about Tamik’s poor family who cares about him so much and is advocating on his behalf? They’ve started a “Free Kirkland” website, and a Facebook page called, “Not Guilty 4 real,” to go along with his IG and Twitter accounts.
The website FreeKirkland.com exists mainly to make excuses for him and profit off of his incarceration by selling t-shirts.
Excuses like, “it was a walk away, not a escape” from jail.
“He did not know what to do.”
Here’s an idea – go back to jail instead of hunting an innocent person named Innocent down and killing him, and then shooting the barber 11 times before shooting 2 cops.
Oh, and it was “wrongful” for the cops to shoot back because….dindu nuffin.
The Latino cop was the real bad guy of course.
He was only shooting the cops to “protect his life” after murdering an innocent man.
Plus, the guy was just turning his life around and his new rap album business named after the daughter whose name he couldn’t spell in the first place, was about to take off.
These are Jamie Eldridge’s constituents. This is who he represents. These are the people Bernie Sanders wants to vote.
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