Parole failures may lead to investigation

May 14th, 2014 | By | Category: Electronic Monitoring, Gold Star Parolee, Politics-Relevant;, Sex Offenders
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GoldStarLogoThe grand and glorious parole division of CDCr has launched an investigation into itself to determine how two GPS sex offenders managed to murder at least four women while being monitored.

If you add in the fact that a state senator said a month ago that he would call for an independent investigation but has not yet done so and the fact that federal officials who were theoretically supervising one of these serial killers are clamming up, it makes you wonder just what the hell is going on.

Steve Gordon and Franc Cano, both convicted sex offenders under state and federal supervision and are suspects in these murders.

CDCr has refused to release their parole records, even those that are by law public records, citing an internal investigation as justification.  Federal probation officials have flat refused to comment.

Clicking here will link to a Paige St. John piece in the LA TIMES on this story.  Thanks to Caroline for the link.

 

 

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One Comment to “Parole failures may lead to investigation”

  1. BGH13 says:

    Some local LE’s have access to DAPO’s GPS website. If the local’s had a rape & homocide case, one would think that they would check the website or request DAPO to review the area where the homicide occurred & see if any GPS wearing POS was near that area. Same goes for a gang related crimes. The GPS website can be reviewed to see if any hard core gangsta’s were in the area. Who knows, maybe DAPO & the locals don’t have a good working relationship. It doesn’t surprise me that CDCR won’t give up the files. I really hope that AOR had his files current. That’s always the first thing they want to look at.