A convicted crack dealer was released from prison four years early thanks to Obama’s mass release of federal inmates.
Guess what the crack dealer did next?
Get his life together? Get a job? Graduate from the eighth grade?
None of the above.
Wendell Callahan broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home and stabbed her to death, then murdered her two children so there weren’t any witnesses to the gruesome crime. The girl’s new boyfriend walked in on it and began fighting with Callahan, but Callahan escaped.
Sad news in this incident and I’m sure Obama didn’t go to the funeral.
Via Judicial Watch:
A convicted crack dealer who left prison early as part of the Obama administration’s mass release of federal inmates has been indicted by a grand jury for fatally stabbing his ex-girlfriend and her two kids in Columbus, Ohio. The gory crime drew national attention because the children, ages 7 and 10, were murdered to eliminate them as witnesses in the brutal massacre of their 32-year-old mother.
The indictment includes charges of aggravated murder with prior calculation and design and aggravated murder of victims under the age of 13. “There are multiple charges regarding the three victim deaths because there are different methods to commit the crime of murder and the Prosecutor’s Office typically charges all methods”, O’Brien stated. Callahan is in jail on $3 million bail and is scheduled to be arraigned later this week.
If the crack dealer was still in jail, then maybe the woman and her two innocent children would’ve survived.
Such a pointless crime that could’ve been avoided.
Crack is a hard hitting drug and people who deal this should stay in jail a little bit longer, especially if they have any violent crimes in their files.
Would the man have killed the woman and two kids years later? Maybe. Maybe not. But we do know that he wouldn’t have killed her as soon. We also know that maybe the situation would’ve been different years later. Maybe she wouldn’t have been home, or maybe her boyfriend would’ve been there. Maybe the kids would’ve been at a friends house.
There’s so many variations of how the story could’ve went if it were four years later.
The other argument is that dealers are just businessmen taking advantage of a market that sometimes has a high demand. In the mind of the dealers, they’re usually thinking “the crackheads are gonna do it anyway, so may as well get it from me” and they’re right about that. Except, of course, crack isn’t a legal drug, so consequences come with actions.
Consequences don’t usually lead to a triple murder and a life sentence or death penalty.
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