If you violate unconstitutional orders from governors seeking increasingly arbitrary, baseless, and liberty-destroying restrictions, you can end up with fines or jail time. But if you rape someone, you’ll be released from jail. And then, you’ll have a chance to murder your victim:

A Virginia rape suspect who was released from prison over concerns regarding coronavirus, sought out and killed his accuser, according to local police.

Ibrahim Bouaichi, 33, was indicted last year on charges of rape, strangulation, and abduction of Karla Elizabeth Dominguez Gonzalez, who testified against him in Alexandria District Court in December.

Bouaichi was released April 9 on a $25,000 bond after his lawyers argued that he should be freed awaiting trail because the virus posed a threat to inmates and their attorneys.

More than three months after his release, Bouaichi tracked down Gonzalez and fatally shot her on July 29.

If politicians cared about public health, they wouldn’t dump criminals on the street. This is one of many ways you can be sure that none of the actions politicians have taken have been done for the sake of public health.

So long as the politicians responsible for this remain outside of prison, justice has not been served. I hope at the very least the family can sue them into bankruptcy. This evil was so predictable and the decision-making so criminally negligent that it is hard to put it into words.