judge-gangbangerIn a decision that must have come shortly after she hit on her crack pipe, Criminal Court Judge Laura Johnson, released 18-year-old Devon Coley of Brooklyn, who used social media to threaten the lives of cops in the 73rd precinct in Brooklyn.  Prosecutors had asked for bail of a quarter of a million dollars.  Here is the judge’s decision on no bail:

 “I think that for me to set bail because of the current climate — it would be a misuse of bail.”

She gives a whole new meaning to the phrase, “dumb b#$%h.”  Not only did he threaten the lives of cops after the assassination of two other officers, Coley is already facing unrelated charges that include felony gun charges.  How can you possibly release someone back on the street who has pending felony gun charges?

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Dennis Quirk, head of the state court officers union, speaking to the NY Post said:

“She should resign from the bench.  She’s not fit to be a judge.”

Johnson was appointed to the bench in 2013 by former Mayor Bloomingidiot.

Coley had posted according to the Post, such things as:

“posted on Facebook a disturbing image of a gunman blasting away at a patrol car, with the phrase ’73Next’ — a reference to the 73rd Precinct, which covers his Brownsville neighborhood.

The police union is calling for her resignation.

Courtesy of Red Statements.