Liberal lawmakers and Attorney Generals in Democrat-controlled cities are passing detrimental legislation putting criminals, and repeat offenders, back on the streets. Now a Kentucky state lawmaker wants to implement legislation that will do the opposite, particularly after a high-profile case this week that made national headlines.
21-year-old Quintez Brown was charged with attempted murder after walking into the campaign office of Democratic mayoral candidate Craig Greenberg, who is Jewish, and opening fire on Monday. By Wednesday, a project of Black Lives Matter Louisville and the Louisville Community Bali Fund had posted $100,000 full cash bail.
CBS WKLY Kentucky reported “State lawmaker Jason Nemes has already filed House Bill 313 to outlaw such bail groups. He now says he will change his bill to regulate them more tightly, and prevent them from posting bonds for certain offenses or dollar amounts.”
Greenberg sent a statement to WLKY after Brown’s release which stated “our criminal justice system is clearly broken. It is nearly impossible to believe that someone can attempt murder on Monday and walk out of jail on Wednesday.”
Fortunately, Greenberg was not injured; police say he was targeted in the attack but a bullet only grazed his sweater. Brown also faces four counts of wanton endangerment because four other individuals were in the room at the time of the shooting.
CNN+ host Rex Chapman was one of the donors for Black Lives Matter Louisville and the bail fund. Last month CNN announced Chapman will be getting his own show on the network’s upcoming streaming service. Chapman pushed sales for Black Lives Matter merchandise at least four separate times in 2020 after the George Floyd protests rocked the nation.
Nemes is also planning to change the Bill so that such organizations that let out Brown are required to disclose their donors and who they post bond for.
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