Almost 100,000 suspected violent criminals and sex offenders released without restrictions after police bail rule axed

  The Sun 
ALMOST 100,000 suspected violent thugs and sex beasts have been freed to roam the streets with no restrictions since 2017, a probe has rvealed. Amongst those released are people accused of the most serious crimes, including rape and murder. Figures released under the Freedom of Information Act showed suspects had been freed under a system […]

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