One of the men involved in a mass shooting that left 6 dead and 12 wounded in Sacramento, California was a violent felon who had been released early from prison after serving less than half of his sentence. But, we need more gun control.
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- [0:55:30] Bombshell: Suspect in Sacramento Shooting Released from Prison in Feb www.ammoland.com
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One of two sibling suspects arrested in the aftermath of the deadly mass shooting in Sacramento was released from prison in February after having served less than half of a ten-year sentence he received in January 2018 for domestic violence and assault, according to the Sacramento Bee and now social media is burning up with discussions about this revelation.
Now a report has surfaced that one of the suspects, Smiley Martin, was paid $7,500 by Sacramento County to settle a lawsuit dating back to 2018, when Martin accused a jail guard of allowing him to be assaulted while in custody in the Sacramento County Jail. According to KOVR News, the local CBS affiliate, the county agreed to settle Smiley Martin’s lawsuit rather than go to court, because of a backup in the courts due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It is just the latest revelation about the case, that already has Californians furious.
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