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He brutally raped and murdered his co-worker. California is letting him out of prison early.
Livermore, Calif.
   
 
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Brian Rainwater avoided detection for years after police discovered a woman brutally raped and murdered inside of her California apartment. But after finally being caught and spending the last 10 years behind bars, he’s about to be a free man.

According to ABC 10, Rainwater was convicted in 2009 for the murder of 36-year-old Jackie Cassettari and was sentenced to serve 15 years in prison.

For the last 10 years, he’s been in a correctional facility in California. But last week, the Cassettaris received news that their daughter’s murderer would be getting out of prison five years earlier than expected.


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Comments:
"Officials have said that part of the reason for Rainwater’s early release stems from a state statute aimed at reducing prison populations"

Well, this is a sure fire way at reducing the people population in society. California has more compassion for killers, toads, and lizards than they do unborn children. What a messed up State.....
Posted by Sasquatch at 10/24/2019 9:15:03 AM

He should never be freed. When rapists and murders ...in this case both! Get captured they should never be permitted to have another opportunity to rape and murder another.ever. this justice system should be ashamed and held accountable for allowing this and giving him another chance to do this. 10-15 years ....these poor parents! Shameful!!!!
Posted by Disgusted at 10/24/2019 9:27:56 AM

All that needs to be said is that it’s California and thank god I live in Texas
Posted by Le at 10/26/2019 6:45:37 PM

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