COVID RELEASES ANOTHER MUDERER

Convicted Murderer Serving 84-Years-To-Life In Prison,Terebea Williams,

Released Over Coronavirus Fears

COVID RELEASES ANOTHER MUDERER
Terebea Williams was serving time in prison when she was released over COVID-19 concerns.

A convicted killer has been set free as the state tries to reduce the spread of COVID-19 behind bars.

And the family of the victim is furious.

Convicted murderer, Terebea Williams, was sentenced to 84 years-to-life in prison but served less than a quarter of that sentence.

Williams, 44, was convicted in 2001 of first-degree murder, use of a firearm, carjacking, and kidnapping.

In the death of 23-year-old Kevin “John” Ruska Jr.

Confused and angry, Ruska’s sister Dena Love is now wanting justice all over again for her little brother.

“I can’t understand why this is happening at all… I always felt responsible for him, I’m the older sister,” said Love.

COVID RELEASES ANOTHER MUDERER
Kevin “John” Ruska was killed by Williams and the family says they still don’t know why.

Williams held Ruska at gunpoint in February of 1998,

Putting him in the trunk of his car until she shot him in the abdomen and then continued to drive 750 miles,

From Washinton State to Davis.

She then tied him to a chair in a motel, leaving one of his legs free so he could stomp for help.

But by the time he was found, he was dead.

“And for this to come down, for her to walk,

I don’t even know why, to this day, why my son is dead,” said his father, Kevin Ruska, Sr.

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His family has lived with that question for more than two decades and they are now faced with another question:

why is his killer able to walk free?

The CDCR did not offer them an explanation for the early release and no opportunity for them to fight it either.

A spokesperson sent CBS13 this link in response to our request for an explanation to the release,

Explaining the department’s goal to maximize space in prison in an effort to manage the spread of COVID-19.

“It’s appalling to me everything that’s been allowed to happen.

I don’t think for one second she’s going to walk out there a changed person, she’s not,” said Ruska’s cousin, Karri Phillips.

“It makes me so sad and angry that he hasn’t been here with us all this time,” said Love.

The California District Attorney’s office met with CDCR Secretary Ralph Diaz Wednesday.

The Yolo County District Attorney’s Office told CBS13 prosecutors are “hopeful that there will be a more balanced approach to inmate releases that addresses the needs to mitigate the spread of COVID.”

DAWG SAYS:

THIS IS JUST THE START MORE COMING.


FUNNY THING IS THEY ISOLATE US HEALTHY PEOPLE AND RELEASE INMATES.

BUT THEY KEEP SAYING MASKS WORK-IF THEY DID NO NEED TO RELEASE PRISONERS


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2 Comments

  1. The election is coming, who will these criminals vote for?
    They won’t wear masks and must be released but people wanting to attend church services are threatened by Newsomlinni with orders that have no legal basis.

  2. Are any of these celebrity criminals on “Death Row”? The State, Gov. Newsomlinni, can’t let these folks take their chances for not wearing masks in the confines of prison, but the public can be threatened with COVID 19 or a bullet hole? That’s about right for California today.

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