The bleeding hearts let another dangerous, violent serial criminal out of jail. Anyone who’s not a bleeding heart can guess what happened next.

https://cnycentral.com/news/local/why-was-syracuse-murder-suspect-let-out-of-jail-week-before-killing

Why was Syracuse murder suspect let out of jail week before killing?

March 26, 2021

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The woman accused of killing 93-year-old Connie Tuori at Skyline Apartments in Syracuse had an extensive criminal past, and was released by Judge Felicia Pitts Davis one week before allegedly murdering Tuori.

Over the past year, Victoria Afet was arrested at least 10 times. Her offenses included stabbing, fighting and stealing.

Eight days before Tuori’s murder on Feb. 26, Afet was arrested for armed robbery and attacking a 74-year-old woman at the same apartment building. Court documents say she bit the woman.

“Less than 24 hours later, despite the objections of the Onondaga County DA’s office, Ms. Afet was released with no bail and a week later is alleged to have murdered Connie Tuori,” said Onondaga County District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick.

Fitzpatrick said that under bail reform, a judge can set bail for a repeat offender. His office requested bail for $50,000, but Pitts Davis let Afet go without any bail.

Pitts Davis is currently in her first term as a city court judge. She ran as a Democrat and was sworn in on Dec. 27, 2020.

CNYCentral reached out to Pitts Davis to ask why she did not set bail for Afet. We were told by Supervising Judge James Murphy, “Judges are ethically prohibited from publicly commenting on pending cases.”

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