BEHNA: Man Back In Jail On New Charge After Obama Commuted His Life Sentence

President Obama should have thought twice about all the commuted sentences he made for some of these criminals.

In San Antonio, a man got busted on a new drug charge after previously being arrested in 1990 and serving a life sentence for a “cocaine and heroin distribution conspiracy.” A local ABC news outlet has the details.

A San Antonio man whose life prison sentence was reduced by President Obama is now back in jail after authorities say he crashed his car into another vehicle while fleeing officers from another drug deal.

68-year-old Robert Gill was ordered by a federal magistrate to be held without bail on Friday pending a hearing later this month.

Some of these criminals never learn. Gill had a second chance to turn his life around and ruined it.

We shall see if President Trump will not create the same mistake and learned from the past eight years under Obama that some prisoners are never worth being released.

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