RELEASED INMATE KILLS ACCUSER/ VICTIM

Girl Slaughtered After Her Alleged Rapist Was Released From Jail Over Pandemic Concerns

RELEASED INMATE  KILLS ACCUSER/ VICTIM

The incident in Karla Dominguez’s apartment last October was violent,

And it was not consensual, she testified in Alexandria District Court in December.

RELEASED INMATE  KILLS ACCUSER/ VICTIM

RELEASED INMATE KILLS ACCUSER/ VICTIM

The man she accused was indicted on charges including rape, strangulation and abduction and jailed without bond in Alexandria.

Then the coronavirus pandemic hit.

THE ATTORNEYS ARGUED RELEASE WAS A SAFETY ISSUE

Ibrahim E. Bouaichi’s lawyers argued that the virus was a danger to both inmates and their attorneys,

and that Bouaichi should be freed awaiting trial.

On April 9, over the objections of an Alexandria prosecutor, Circuit Court Judge Nolan Dawkins released Bouaichi on $25,000 bond,

With the condition that he only leave his Maryland home to meet with his lawyers or pretrial services officials.

On July 29, Alexandria police say, Bouaichi, 33,

Returned to Alexandria and shot and killed Dominguez outside her apartment in the city’s West End.

When police couldn’t find Bouaichi after the slaying,

They then issued a video news release asking for the public’s help in locating him, declaring him “armed and dangerous.”

Then on Wednesday morning,

Federal marshals and Alexandria police spotted Bouaichi in Prince George’s County and pursued him,

Causing Bouaichi to crash, authorities said.

When the police went to arrest Bouaichi, they found he had apparently shot himself.

He was reported to be in grave condition Thursday.

Bouaichi’s release from jail and the slaying of Dominguez represent a tragic side effect of the pandemic.

As the coronavirus erupted in America,

RIGHTS GROUPS CONTINUE TO CALL FOR THE RELEASE OF INMATES

Civil liberties advocates called for the release of large numbers of prisoners from jails and prisons,

In order to keep them from being infected and possibly dying in necessarily confined spaces.

In Alexandria, Bouaichi’s lawyers said in their motion for bond,

That “social distancing and proper disinfecting measures are impossible while incarcerated.…

Simply put, the risk of contracting Covid-19 in a jail is exceedingly obvious.”

The lawyers, Manuel Leiva and Frank Salvato, also noted the risk for themselves in the jail,

Saying that lawyers seeking a contact visit would “also expose themselves to contaminated air and surfaces.”

DAWG SAYS:

THE ATTORNEY’S ARGUED IT WAS A SAFETY ISSUE FOR THE ACCUSED AND FOR THEMSELVES.

BUT ENDED UP A DEATH SENTENCE FOR THE VICTIM


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3 Comments

  1. Maybe she lied… women do it all the time… That could explain why…

    1. Author

      I understand there have been many false accusations in the past and it is an issue. I also feel there is a “back story” in this.
      But does not justify murder.

  2. 18 to 20 years of living Hell on death row and then execution. A proper administration of justice?

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