Over the last two years in Houston 138 people have “been killed by someone out on multiple felony bonds.”
The Houston police union is calling for the resignation of a judge who released an alleged gunman who shot and killed a police officer despite his history of violence.
Houston Police Officers’ Union President Douglas Griffith is calling on Harris County’s 208th District Court Judge Greg Glass to resign after he let 31-year-old Deon Ledet out on bond despite his extensive criminal history.
Griffith says that the community is fed up with Houston officers being killed by career criminals.
‘We are calling for his resignation,’ Griffith told Fox News in a phone interview. ‘The community is becoming more and more outraged. This is the 138th person, one of our officers, over the last two years that has been killed by someone out on multiple felony bonds.’
Griffith says that over the last year judge Glass has neglected his duty and released everyone on bail because he refuses to hold a trial due to COVID.Continue reading