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Left’s Faux ‘Equity’ Movement Set Eliza Fletcher’s Alleged Murderer Free

'It's tragic. It's really tragic... '

(Chris Parker, Headline USA) The Left has spent years exploiting and deepening racial tensions to help advance their agenda.

Now, it’s becoming apparent how their faux race-baiting tactics are making the United States a more dangerous place to live after last week’s tragic murder of a Memphis teacher.

Eliza Fletcher’s murderer, Cleotha Abston-Henderson, was released before serving his previous sentence on terms of equity, reported The Daily Wire.

“The thing about these sexual predators, it seems it doesn’t matter how much time they do,” John Kelly, a criminal profiler and psychotherapist who has interviewed multiple serial killers, told Fox News. “When they get out, they’re back on the hunt.”

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Abston has a long history of violent crime dating back to his teenage years. His rap sheet already included cases of kidnapping and sexual assault.

He was originally arrested for rape at the age of 14. He then served 20 years after kidnapping a lawyer at gunpoint. He was supposed to serve a 24-year-sentence but was released early two years ago.

That was the same year that crime began soaring across the US as BLM riots and the spread of COVID convinced lawmakers to release violent criminals early.

“You have domestic violence offenders who are in there for a reason,” said retired NYPD detective and former FBI agent Angel Maysonet.

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“And then you have their victims who are at home, who are waiting for some sort of safe haven or some sort of resolution, and these defendants who are back out — no order of protection — they get terrorized, and they get hurt or killed. It’s tragic. It’s really tragic.”

He was referring to a drastic increase in crime after 2,500 inmates were released from Rikers Island jail during the pandemic. Around 300 of them were arrested again shortly after.

The ACLU tried to downplay the crime increase with a report claiming that crime trends were unrelated to the early releases of inmates.

“We found no evidence of any spikes in crime in any of the 29 locations, even when comparing monthly trends over the past two years,” the report stated. “The release of incarcerated people from jails has saved lives both in jails and in the community, all while monthly crime trends were within or below average ranges in every city.”

However, their report excluded several cities with some of the nation’s highest crime rates. It did include Memphis, but that city has since experienced a surge in crime.

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