‘Unforgivable Error’: Washington State Head of State Prisons Apologizes for Early Release of Potentially Violent Criminals 

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DOC Secretary Dan Pacholke apologized for the error, and said those released early likely include violent criminals.

OLYMPIA – Brandi Kruse reports: The head of Washington’s prison system offered no excuses Wednesday for an error that allowed thousands of inmates to be released early over a 13-year period.

“It’s an unforgivable error. I certainly appreciate their feelings and understanding that, I would certainly offer an apology…We’re going to fix it, and it will never happen again.”

The state claims a computer glitch is to blame for 3,200 offenders serving shortened sentences between 2002 and 2015….(read more)

Source: Q13 FOX News

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3 comments on “‘Unforgivable Error’: Washington State Head of State Prisons Apologizes for Early Release of Potentially Violent Criminals 

  1. Davetherave says:

    Forgetting to turn on your alarm is an error. Locking your keys in the car is an error. Letting 3200 prisoners loose on society (some violent, but I notice they don’t give that number) is not an error. Barry couldn’t f*ck up this badly. This was done on purpose.

    This is unforgivable and Pacholke should be apologizing from the unemployment line. Not like we don’t have enough thugs running our streets already.

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    • Bullright says:

      LOL not like the bad guys aren’t already in charge. Blaming the computers is almost Obama-esque. It gives us things like Obamacare and prisoner releases. Yep, it does. “Sorry ’bout that…. we won’t let it happen again, promise!” 😉

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  2. peppermintfarm says:

    Ditto Dave!

    Liked by 1 person

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