Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner is being forced to adhere to Proposition 57, an arbitrary measure from Brown that orders all California prisons to consider early parole for non-violent offenders.
Brown’s measure also allows for those convicted of incest, child pornography, of using minors in sex practices will be eligible for early release.
Brown initially promised voters he would not allow non-violent sex offenders to get early parole, but his measure could result in tens of thousands of sex offenders getting out of jail early across the entire state.
“If the voters had intended to exclude all registered sex offenders from early parole consideration under Proposition 57, they presumably would have said so,” Sumner told reporters.
Aware of the catastrophic consequences of Brown’s measure, Sumner ordered that the exclusion in the measure only affect those currently serving non-violent sex offenses.
Sumner was also forced to rule that any sex offender who has served their time for an initial offense but is now serving for another offense will be eligible for release under Brown’s proposition.
His ruling means future incarcerated sex offenders will not be allowed to use Brown’s loophole to get out of jail early.
Many won’t find it surprising that Brown, the same governor who made California a Sanctuary State to shield more than 2 million illegal immigrants from President Donald Trump’s administration, is giving sex offenders the opportunity to exit jail early.
Those that have pimped out minors carried out incest, or any other vile sexual acts will now be allowed to roam the streets early.
Source: Daily Caller