Illinois man on cashless bail shoots 18 month old in head 10 times

 Red States:


Cassandra Tanner Miller was home with her 9-year-old daughter, Camryn, and 18-month-old son, Colton, when the children’s stepfather, Christopher Michael Miller, broke into the home on Sept. 21, 2019. Miller, a former corrections officer and member of the Illinois National Guard, brutally beat and strangled Tanner until she was unconscious.

He was released that day on an “I-bond.”

I-bond,” is short for “individual bond,” a cashless bond that allows a person to be released from jail on his or her own recognizance, provided he or she promises to obey all court orders, attend all court dates, and not commit any other crimes; a policy avidly supported by the majority of the Democrat Party, including Kamala Harris and Joe Biden’s presidential campaign staff, which we’ll get to in a bit.

Here’s what happened after Miller broke into the home, and reported by Fox News.

Are you all ready to die?” asked Miller, who was supposed to be in court at the time.

Tanner’s daughter, who attempted to protect her younger brother, was bitten, strangled, and nearly tossed off the second-floor railing.

Although Tanner and her daughter were able to escape while Miller was reloading a gun, Tanner’s 18-month-old was shot 10 times in the head and killed.


This is the reason why dangerous people should not be allowed on a cashless bond.  During riots in Democrats cities where this type of bond is used rioters were back to rioting the next night after being released.  It is more evidence that Democrat politicians are muddle-headed on certain issues.


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