CALIFORNIA NOT EXPLAINING RELEASES
Won’t Say Why OR How Many Violent Criminals Are Walking Free From Potential Life Sentences
CALIFORNIA NOT EXPLAINING RELEASES OF VIOLENT OFFENDERS
For weeks, CBS13 has been pressing the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation for transparency on the early inmate releases.
Now the office says because of privacy laws, they will not tell the public why a woman serving a life prison sentence for murder is free.
Nor will they even where she is.
“It’s really a slap in the face to my brother, to the judicial system,” said Dena Love.
Love is once again having to relive the murder of her brother,
Kevin “John” Ruska Jr., who was kidnapped and eventually died at the hands of Terebea Williams in 1998.
Williams only served a quarter of her 84 years to life sentence for first-degree murder.
“She should have spent the rest of her life behind bars,” said Love.
Williams is now walking free after she was deemed at high medical risk for the virus. The Yolo County District Attorneys Office was told she suffers a heart condition.
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