An internal report into the tracking of two high-risk sex offender parolees suspected in the rapes and murders of four women while on electronic monitoring praised the federal officers involved and put the blame of them being unaware of their activities on the “complex nature of human behavior.”
The two suspects, Franc Cano and Steven Dean Gordon, were both on federal probation while they were believed to have raped and murdered four women. Cano was also on state parole and both men wore monitors, one federal, one state, to monitor their whereabouts.
The federal internal review, referred to in the article linked here from the LA TIMES, heaps major attaboys on the feds for, among other things, directing them into therapy and warning them not to spend time together (warning which went unheeded if anybody had bothered to check).
The feds have refused to discuss the case.
Thanks to Caroline for the link on this.