Former Special Agent Says Crime Will “Get Worse Before It Gets Better”

Former Supervisory Special Agent James A. Gagliano Joined Sen. Marsha Blackburn On Wednesday And Explained That There Is A “Huge Mistake” Being Made When It Comes To Policing.

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Backlogged Rape Kits Left Eliza Fletcher’s Killer Walking Free; TN Senators Propose Federal Law To Stop Nationwide Backlog

Cleotha Abston Henderson, The Man Accused Of The Kidnapping And Murder Of A Memphis Teacher Eliza Fletcher, Has Now Been Connected To A 2021 Abduction After Results Of A Backlogged DNA Kit Were Received. A New Law That Went Into Effect Earlier This Year Would Have Prevented Both Of Those Crimes By Keeping Him In Jail.

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Tucker Carlson Slams Governor Lee For Being Soft On Crime

Following The Kidnapping And Murder Of Kindergarten Teacher And Mother Eliza Fletcher Preceding The Gunning Down Of Four Victims And The Injuries Of Three In Mass Shooting Event, Fox Nation’s Tucker Carlson Laid Much Of The Blame At The Feet Of Tennessee Governor Bill Lee And His Soft-On-Crime Policies.

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Tennessee Lawmakers Say Memphis Teacher’s Death Was Preventable, Promise Tougher Criminal Justice

Tennessee Lawmakers Have Said Memphis Teacher Eliza Fletcher’s Violent Death Could Have Been Prevented If A New Law Had Existed When Her Murderer Was Previously Incarcerated. Thirty-Eight Year Old Cleotha Abston Had Been Recently Released Early From A State Prison For A Previous Crime And Was Not Under Supervision Or Parole At The Time Of His Attack On Fletcher.

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Caesar’s Whims, Sentencing Truth, FDA Knew, Transparent Intentions, MNPS Blocks School Choice + Big7

1) TN State Reps Blast Biden For Cutting Food Funding For Schools That Don’t Abide By LGBTQ+ Mandates
2) Tennessee’s Truth-In-Sentencing Law Goes Into Effect On July 1st
3) Tennessee Congresswoman Says FDA Knew Of Formula Shortage Possibility In November
4) Lee Signs Tennessee Campaign Finance Reform Bill Into Law With Reporting Requirements For Nonprofits
5) Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision
6) Lee Signs Budget Appropriations Bill That Includes $500M For New Tennessee Titans Stadium
7) TN Firefighter Suffering From PTSD Demoted And Dismissed 4 Years Before Retirement

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Tennessee’s Truth-In-Sentencing Law Goes Into Effect On July 1st

A New Law That Will Require Some Of Tennessee’s Violent Offenders To Serve 100% Of Their Prison Sentences Will Go Into Effect On July 1st, 2022.

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Lee Still Awaiting Several Late-session Bills From The Tennessee Legislature

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Didn’t Waste Time Signing A New Public School Funding Formula Bill Just Four Days After It Was Passed On The Floor Of The Tennessee Legislature. But The Process For Other Bills Passed In The Waning Days Of Session Has Taken Longer. Several Key Late-Session Bills Have Not Been Sent To Lee Yet For His Signature.

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Senate, House Speakers Respond To Governor’s Refusal To Sign Truth-In-Sentencing

A Day After Gov. Bill Lee Declined To Sign Strict Truth-In-Sentencing Legislation, But Allowed It To Become Law Despite His Disagreement, The Bill’s Sponsors Fired Back.

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Governor Lee Still Reviewing Truth-In-Sentencing Legislation

Gov. Bill Lee Would Not Say Monday Whether He Will Sign A New Truth-In-Sentencing Measure Into Law After His Administration Opposed The Bill, But He Believes “We Found A Way Forward” With The Bill’s Sponsors.

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