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Good news involving the Jorge Zambrano assassination of Auburn police officer Ron Tarentino – the courts did everything right. Phew. That was a close one. For a minute there I thought they royally screwed up and let this animal back on the streets with a long and documented history of attacking police, selling drugs, and weapons charges. But it turns out they’ve investigated themselves and they reached the conclusion that they got everything right:
Translation – we wouldn’t change a thing. According to the Turtlegram the judge who reached the conclusion that her coworkers all did a great job, handed out six new recommendations to make sure this doesn’t happen again. Here’s one:
“To assess how “risky” defendants going forward, with a system to be designed to recognize suspects who may be at a risk for re-offending. This system would put into place assessments regarding the impact on public safety and to “maximize the ability both to identify dangerousness and to respond appropriately.” The tool would be made available to both judges and probation officers.”
Hey here’s an idea for a system to help judges recognize who might be most at risk of offending again. If they’ve been arrested 84 times like Jorge Zambrano was, then they’re probably a high risk to re-offend. Just a hunch.
“To re-examine the “enforcement model” for high risk probationers. Justice Dawley calls in this recommendation for a review of “probation standards and policies”
Here’s a thought. If you’re dating and accepting gifts from the brother and business partner of a man who’s been arrested 84 times, you don’t get to work in probation. Especially if your name is Ashley Losapio and you’ve already admitted to giving up confidential information to known criminals in the past.
“To make past files for a defendant available to judges and probation officers for their consideration, including records from the RMV, sealed records, out-of-state records and previous case documents”
But Judge Andrew Mandell already knew all about Jorge Zambrano’s past, and he still let him free. Remember this?
“To strengthen judicial and probation “education programs” for high-risk offenders”
See this is part of the problem right here. Stop trying to fix savages like Jorge Zambrano. They can’t be fixed with “education programs.” They don’t give a shit. They’ve chosen a life of crime despite the fact that they’ve been told their entire lives that there are in fact other options. At this point being a criminal is just what they are. They cannot be rehabilitated, they can only be contained.
So at the end of the day it looks like we’ve learned nothing from this, Ashley Losapio is still employed and will continue to in her work in the Dudley District Court probation office, Giancarlo will continue to rip off customers with his “business,” and the Jorge Zambrano’s of the world will remain free to hurt and/or kill law abiding citizens. Welcome to Massachusetts.
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