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Kim Foxx begins early release program for prisoners with a home invader, an aggravated robber, and a burglar, all with lengthy records


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Kim Foxx, the Soros-supporter top prosecutor in Cook County, Illinois, is taking advantage of a new law in that state that allows prosecutors to identify prisoners whose further incarceration “no longer advances the interests of justice.” Like other Soros prosecutors, she is a critic of “mass incarceration,” and has big plans, as Patrick Smith of WBEZ writes:

Three Cook County prosecutors are assigned to work on resentencing motions, but they will only be working on the initiative part time. Foxx said her goal is to expand the program so there are dedicated staffers assigned and she said she eventually wants to loosen the criteria for eligibility. She said she did not know how many prisoners might fit the current criteria, but estimated a potential pool of “thousands” of people.

She just announced the first convicts to be freed, and, curiously, they have relatively little time left behind bars, anyway. But they are also career criminals, as CWB Chicago reports:


Of all the inmates who might be in line for early release, Foxx’s office has settled on a convicted home invader, a convicted armed robber, and a convicted burglar. They all have lengthy criminal records, and two of them are violent records.

Two men are already scheduled to be paroled next year, while the third is slated for parole in six weeks:snip:

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Time To Recall Kim Foxx, For Jussie Smollett, And More

By John Kass

You see by the photo that it was a time of smiles and many sweet dreams for Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx. And her ambition could taste them all.

She excitedly tweeted out this photo or herself at a left-wing Emily’s List fundraiser with her BFF, soon-to-be Vice President Kamala Harris. She’d moved beyond being merely the hatchet for Cook County Democratic Party chair Toni Preckwinkle. She was about to hit the big leagues. That brass ring was within Kim’s reach.

There was speculation among the politicos that there might be some big things in Kim’s future. Or at least, she thought so.

U.S. Sen. Kim Foxx (D, Boss Toni)?

Dick Durbin wouldn’t live forever, would he?

But after the Jussie Smollett fiasco of her own making, she stumbles on that boulevard of broken political dreams.

Yet there is just one other dream involving Foxx. And many voters in Illinois are dreaming of it:

A recall of Kim Foxx.

Recall her now. Not next year. Now.


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