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Letters to the Editor — Nov. 25, 2021

The Issue: A person who allegedly drove by way of a parade in Wisconsin whereas out on bail for one more crime.

Darrell Brooks is a menace to society (“Christmas rampage,” Nov. 22).

I can’t consider a choose solely gave him $1,000 bail for a second-degree felony lower than a month in the past. Let’s remember, he’s a repeat offender.

If I had an opportunity, I’d like to have a phrase or two with that choose. If Brooks was given the next bail, might­be this tragedy wouldn’t have occurred.

At this level, he ought to be locked away for good. Maybe some psychological counseling will do him some good.

My coronary heart goes out to those that misplaced family members on this tragic occasion that didn’t have to occur.

Kevin Rosinger

Ocala, Fla.

Folks, get up and get the liberal bums out of energy earlier than you and or your family members get injured or killed by a lowlife violent felon.

These criminals run free, and cops usually are not allowed to do their jobs.

Leonard Daniels

Manhattan

As if any additional proof have been wanted regarding the injury and destruction attributable to misguided bail reform and irresponsible progressive prosecutors, the horrific tragedy in Waukesha reminds us, but once more, that refusing to maintain criminals accountable in the identify of social justice is an unacceptable menace to harmless residents — together with younger kids — and civilized society.

Tragically, for each one felon launched in Waukesha, actually dozens are mindlessly launched in New York City, with predictably horrifying outcomes.

Our leaders for the previous eight years have been shamefully silent in the wake of this carnage — together with our mayor — who now ludicrously seeks greater workplace.

Hopefully our new mayor will return sanity and accountability to New York’s legal justice system.

Marc Kasowitz

Manhattan

This Nov. 16, 2021, photo provided by the Waukesha County Sheriff Office in Waukesha, Wis., shows Darrell Brooks Jr.
Darrell Brooks is accused of mowing down a Christmas parade in Waukesha, WIsconsin.
Waukesha County Sheriff Office by way of AP

When will the people who find themselves liable for the justice system, akin to judges, district attorneys and elected officers, understand that violent felons don’t have any enterprise being launched to the streets?

I’m appalled at how damaged our justice system is right now. The launch of Darrell Brooks made no sense while you take a look at his legal background. He knew how to play the system.

As Albert Einstein reportedly mentioned, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over, expecting to get different results.”

When will voters cease the madness and elect officers that may get robust on violent crime?

Martin Garfinkle

Staten Island

The chickens have come to roost.

The current homicide and maiming of individuals in Wisconsin, allegedly by this thug who was arrested for doing the similar factor together with his automobile as lately as Nov. 2, is devastating. He was launched on low bail.

Illinois Democrat Mary Lemanski had the audacity to name this assault “karma” for the Kyle Rittenhouse verdict. Perhaps when she sees the coffins of the victims, together with kids, lowered into the floor, she might rethink these disgusting phrases.

People in Manhattan truly voted for brand new District Attorney Alvin Bragg, who’s much more lenient on bail-reform concepts than present DA Cyrus Vance. What a joke.

Saul Mishaan

Brooklyn

The bloodbath in Wauk­esha, Wis., on Sunday not solely took harmless life however inexorably destroyed the lives of its many survivors. Should the nation’s scorn solely be centered on the “person of interest” perpetrator of this ineffable horror? Not by an extended shot.

Recidivist, sociopathic human rubbish shouldn’t take the lion’s share of blame for this — or for numerous different simply preventable tragedies.

That guilt lies clearly with the grotesque abandoning of civilized legislation, perpetrated by the woke “social justice” goons who’ve inhabited, for much too lengthy, the positions of DAs, judges and state legislators.

True social justice on this nation shall be achieved when criminals are put behind bars with out apology and saved there.

Anthony Park

Garden City

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