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Chicago Justice System On Blast After Releasing Violent Minority Criminal

via FOX 32 Chicago

A Chicago man, Edwardo Echevarria, accused of violently attacking an elderly woman and assaulting a nurse, was released after a judge refused to categorize him as a public safety threat.

Prosecutors alleged that Echevarria caused the woman to hit her head on the pavement and smeared bodily fluids on a nurse.

“First responders took Echevarria to Mt. Sinai Hospital for treatment of facial injuries he suffered in a previous incident,” CWB Chicago reported. (Trending: Top Democrat Loses In Historic Landslide)

Despite facing serious charges, the judge released him without electronic monitoring or a curfew.

This decision has sparked controversy, especially in light of another recent case involving the release of a suspect accused of stealing an ATM.

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