Allegedly Leaked Memo Shows That The Police Will Release Looters And Will “Delay” The Arrests For Property Theft, Drug Crimes And Prostitution During COVID Outbreak

In Philadelphia, Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw has set forth new guidelines to stop police officers from arresting people accused of a host of nonviolent misdemeanor crimes. Instead, they’ll briefly detain the suspect to confirm the identity and fill out arrest warrant paperwork, then release the suspect. The arrest warrant will be served at a later time when the coronavirus risk has faded.

The list of crimes that will no longer lead to people being processed into jail includes prostitution and all narcotics crimes.

In a recently surfaced documents that are detailing the city’s policies for its state of emergency revealed the questionable law enforcement move.

We can’t identify this as any type of official document and we can’t confirm the origins of the document but the latest revelation made by the Philadelphia Inquirer we can tell that the situation is not looking good.

The announcement came in an internal memo outlining protections including social distancing during roll call and emphasizing the importance of the public’s safety, as well as the safety of officers. A boldfaced, yellow-highlighted paragraph notes that “if an officer believes that releasing the offender would pose a threat to public safety, the officer will notify a supervisor,” who would decide whether the suspect should be held.

The announcement came in an internal memo outlining protections including social distancing during roll call and emphasizing the importance of the public’s safety, as well as the safety of officers. A boldfaced, yellow-highlighted paragraph notes that “if an officer believes that releasing the offender would pose a threat to public safety, the officer will notify a supervisor,” who would decide whether the suspect should be held.

This isn’t just a Philadelphia plan as it seems:

From the New York Post:

New York City is considering freeing jailed suspects over the coronavirus, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday — a move backed by the city Board of Correction and Manhattan and Brooklyn DAs.

City officials are “evaluating right now people who might be particularly high-risk in terms of vulnerability to the virus,” de Blasio said at an afternoon press conference.

The inmate group would presumably include the elderly and those suffering from diabetes, asthma, heart disease, lung disease and compromised immune systems — all identified as leaving people vulnerable to the virus.

Suspects deemed at low risk of committing new alleged criminal offenses also could be released, the mayor said.

Authorities would “evaluate those numbers, the details, and determine if, case by case, any of those individuals should be taken out of our jail system,” he said.

The city Board of Correction, which oversees the jails, said in a statement Tuesday that the Big Apple needs to follow the lead of Los Angeles and Ohio authorities who have already started to release inmates to try to prevent the spread of the deadly contagion.

“The City must begin this process now,” the BOC said. “The City’s jails have particular challenges to preventing disease transmissions on a normal day and even more so during a public health crisis.”

In the meantime, it largely appears that criminals will be provided with essentially free reign to commit theft, property offenses, burglary, vandalism, grand theft auto, and prostitution without fear of quick arrest.

This could be the end of the system as we know it!

Similar cases in the past proved to be very bad and had almost anarchic results.

The Democrats in San Francisco have also made theft under $950 a misdemeanor under “Proposition 47” & cops won’t even arrest you for the crime.

Not surprisingly, this has had very predictable results.

It turns out if you tell people they won’t get arrested for stealing, it’s like a free pass to go shopping.

Five years later we have devastating results.

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Proposition 47 is seen by critics as one of California’s biggest blunders. Supported by the state Democratic Party and championed by the American Civil Liberties Union, the referendum was passed by a wide margin in 2014. The idea behind it was to reduce certain non-violent felonies to misdemeanors in order to free up resources for cops and prosecutors to focus on violent offenders.

But the things in Philadelphia could get nasty because the current situation is far worse!
Some people have reacted to the news by drawing comparisons to The Purge, an apocalyptic movie in which all crimes are made legal for a 12-hour period once a year.

One major difference it seems is that in Philly and possibly elsewhere, this will last a lot longer than 12 hours.
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