Prisoner accidentally released early due to computer glitch ‘shot teenager dead’

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Date: January 1st, 2016

smithWashington – An inmate released early from jail because of a computer glitch has now been charged with shooting a teenager dead while he should have been locked up, police have said.

Jeremiah Smith (picture), 26, is accused of shooting and killing 17-year-old Ceasar Medina at a tattoo parlor in Spokane, Washington state, on May 26 this year.

Smith had been serving jail time for robbery, burglary and assault and was due to be released on August 10, but was actually freed on May 14 due to a database error that miscalculated sentences.

Smith is just one of 3,200 prisoners that have been mistakenly released from jail early dating all the way back to 2002 due to a computer error that was only recently uncovered.  More

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3 Responses to “Prisoner accidentally released early due to computer glitch ‘shot teenager dead’”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I have no doubt that the corrections employees at the lower end of the totem pole absolutely knew inmates were being released too early and their higher-ups ignored them.

  2. Anonymous Says:

    wait how can that be, guns are strictly regulated, it,s impossible for them to fall into the hands of, no wait that is in australia, no, anyone in the US can have a gun.

  3. Anonymous Says:

    australia must suck. even if guns were not regulated in australia they would still have more deaths caused by insects then guns. I hope you stocked up on bug spray

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