Washington inmate released over COVID-19 accused of attacking woman

Washington inmate released over COVID-19 accused of attacking woman

A Washington inmate who was granted early release due to the pandemic concerns has been re-arrested after being accused of sneaking up behind a woman and choking her on a hiking trail. Matthew Cory, 33, told investigators he’d been using meth for 2 weeks, hadn’t slept in seven days, and didn’t remember attacking the woman. Cory’s criminal record includes 11 arrests, 7 felony and 2 misdemeanors.

pennydreadful
pennydreadful
novoct
novoct 1 weeks

Yeah, let the criminals out to make room for someone who doesn't have a mask on or walks too close to you at the grocery store.

Batman of Clownworld
Batman of Clownworld 1 weeks

You mean letting out criminals means more crime............... Call (Communist Crime Network) we need to spin this . "Totally rehabilitated victim of police harassment found trying to find a partner away from conventional social constructs."

Matt
Matt 1 weeks

A criminal committed a crime after being allowed to go free what a... nope even I can't lie that good not a surprise at all

Barny Fraggles
Barny Fraggles 1 weeks

It's like wondering why a deranged doberman released from a pound savaged a child.

User Inactive
User Inactive 1 weeks

Well I suppose this is one way to keep people indoors and isolated.

Jack
Jack 1 weeks

This is possibly the stupidest government action I've ever heard of.

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