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Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) criticized “Catch and Release” policies in a Fox News interview, saying that’s how situations like the one in Waukesha develop. Johnson said that those policies that release “dangerous criminals” back into society need to be reworked both for border security and within the United States justice system.

The Waukesha Christmas Parade was a horrific tragedy. But it never should have happened.

We need to start asking questions about why our criminal justice system is releasing violent criminals. pic.twitter.com/fxpEPTyh6E

— Senator Ron Johnson (@SenRonJohnson) November 23, 2021

Darrell Brooks, the driver of the red SUV that intentionally struck down and killed people at the Waukesha Christmas parade has a rap sheet beginning over two decades ago and had just been released on $1,000 bail days prior to the incident.

Johnson told Fox News that part of the tragedy of the situation was that “this probably never should have happened.” Johnson said he believes the criminal justice system is in need of reform.

“People need to start asking the tough questions about our criminal justice system releasing violent criminals,” Johnson said.

Brooks was charged with five counts of first-degree intentional homicide, with a sixth charge pending following the death of an 8-year-old in a hospital after he succumbed to his injuries. Sources say that over 60 individuals are suffering injuries from the attack, with several in critical condition.

Three weeks ago, Brooks was charged in a domestic abuse situation where he allegedly ran over the mother of his child with his vehicle, but was released on what the Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm’s office now says was an “inappropriately low” bail.

Fox News reported that Chisholm was “a self-described ‘progressive’” and has “championed left-leaning reforms and previously acknowledged that his proposals could result in a person being let go and committing murder.”

WTMJ 4 reported that an investigation conducted into Chisolm’s office found 45 domestic abuse cases from 2021 that also had bails set under $1,000.

Defense Attorney Julius Kim of Kim and LaVoy Attorneys at Law said in an interview that the primary purpose of bail is not to keep perpetrators in jail, but to make sure they actually attend court. “The primary purpose of bail under the law is to set a bail amount, a cash bail amount, to ensure a person’s return to court,” Kim said. “That’s it. Nothing more.”

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Man Utd verdict: Jadon Sancho was the perfect fit for Carrick’s system after nothing went right for him under Solskjaer

JADON SANCHO looked the perfect fit for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s counter-attacking Manchester United when they finally landed him for £73million in the summer.

So it is ironic that it is only since the Norwegian was sacked that the jet-heeled winger has started to look the part in a Red Devils shirt.

5Jadon Sancho has found the back of the net in his last two Manchester United outingsCredit: Getty 5Sancho capitalised on a horrendous touch from Jorginho just four minutes into the second halfCredit: Getty 5The England international made no mistake when presented with the chance to break the deadlockCredit: Getty

Nothing seemed to go right for the England man during Solskjaer’s reign.

Much of that was down to the unexpected arrival of Cristiano Ronaldo, whose accommodation seems to have hindered the progress of a few of United’s jet-heeled forwards.

But Sancho made the most of a change in fortunes for himself here.

Fresh off netting his first goal for the club against Villarreal in the week, he gleefully pounced on a horror touch from Jorginho when trying to bring down a high ball.

The Italian’s control let him down badly and Sancho raced onto the loose ball, sped towards the box before firing past the helpless Edouard Mendy.

It was a goal you do not often see at Premier League level but which underlined the benefits of United’s new-found high-press approach as well as Sancho’s pace, dribbling ability and composure.

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While it suggested Sancho could well be a key figure in the new - albeit interim - reign of incoming Ralf Rangnick.

He was substituted just after the hour for Ronaldo, but the fact that he started ahead of the Portuguese legend was a good sign for him.

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Solskjaer’s handling of Sancho was bizarre given he waited a whole year to sign him for huge money.

It is clear there is far more for the young England star to give.

Bringing it out of him has to be one of the priorities for Rangnick once he takes the reins at Old Trafford.

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