Ray Tensing Free After Posting 100k On Bail, Coddled While In Prison
Ray Tensing, the former University of Cincinnati cop, has been getting quite the special treatment in the proceedings over the death of Samuel DuBose. After Tensing unexpectedly shot DuBose in the head at a traffic stop, Tensing was sent to prison on a murder charge with $1 million bond. His father posted the minimum 10 percent at $100,085, freeing Tensing following only 27 hours in prison. He was checked in on by security every 10 minutes to ensure that Tensing didn’t harm himself. Prison officials also made sure to show the killer cop a movie to cheer him up given the circumstances. Let’s give the Hamilton county court and prison system a round of applause for taking such good care of our buddy boy, Ray. Read all the filth at the Cincinnati Enquirer.
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