THE CRIMINALS’ PRESIDENT: Obama To Release THIS Staggering Number of Inmates

Published on November 2, 2015

This is the legacy that Obama will be leaving.

The Obama administration is set to follow through with plans to give early release to nearly 6,600 federal criminals starting this weekend, reports say.

Marking the largest release of federal prisoners in history, thousands of inmates are being released all across the country. In Illinois, for instance, 260 are scheduled to be released.

The release plans were initiated by the U.S. Sentencing Commission in 2014 when it reduced maximum sentences for offenders. The new sentencing rules were made retroactive, requiring the mass release this year, and were aimed at easing overcrowding.

The new rules, being called “drugs minus two,” could ultimately reduce the sentencing of as many as 46,000 convicted criminals. Supporters say the rules should affect the sentences only of non-violent offenders.

But Senate Judiciary Chairman Senator Chuck Grassley (R, IA) criticized the new rules. Grassley insists that thousands of violent felons could also be released into the public.

Read more: Breitbart

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