It turns out the teen ISIS activist who murdered the Rouen priest in front of his congregation was released by a judge despite the filth's making clear he would pose a threat. From the NY Daily News
(via Accuracy in Media
The teenage terrorist who killed a French priest in front of his congregation was twice detained for trying to join ISIS in Syria — but he was released from jail despite repeatedly promising to attack a church.
Adel Kermiche, 19, and a second ISIS-inspired attacker were fatally shot by cops Tuesday after they stormed a Normandy church during a 10 a.m. mass and slit the throat of 85-year-old Father Jacques Hamel, police said. [...]
“There’s a very strong chance he will do the same thing if he is released,” a prosecutor said.
A judge ordered the freed Kermiche to wear a tracking bracelet at all times and largely forbid him from leaving his home. The teenager could go outside for four hours a day, between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. On Tuesday, he used the four-hour window to attack the church.
With or without the bracelet, it's clear the justice officials made it easy for the teen to plot an attack, and now tragedy has struck. It's clear the judge has some blame to shoulder and should be disbarred from practicing law.
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