The Langley Advance Times is reporting that "A Langley gang member who pleaded guilt to manslaughter won’t have to live at a halfway house on parole, because his presence would be too dangerous to staff and other residents, the Parole Board of Canada has decided. Jason Francis Wallace, who was with the Aldergrove-based 856 gang, was released from prison earlier this year, but the Parole Board’s intention to send him to a halfway house or other supervised home hasn’t worked out."
"Wallace pleaded guilty to manslaughter in 2017 for killing Hells Angels gang member Robert Green in a Quonset hut on 72nd Avenue. He was sentenced to six years, nine months, and 10 days. The Corrections Service of Canada has looked into Community-based Residential Facilities (CRF or CBRF) and Community Correctional Centres (CCCs) across Canada, and not one of them would accept Wallace as a resident, because of the danger his presence poses to staff, residents, and nearby public."
“'In essence, the risk you would present to the public residing at a CRF/CCC/CBRF would be greater than the risk you would present to the public in the absence of a residency condition,” said the ruling, which was handed down on March 3 and released in April."
"The Parole Board has decided that Wallace will still be released, but with his conditions modified.
Instead of being restricted to living at a CRF or CCC, he’ll be allowed to live with the general public.
However, he’ll have two new conditions imposed. One of those will be a curfew, from 7 p.m. to 8 a.m. every day, except for work or schooling, with his parole supervisor’s written agreement Wallace will also be banned from leaving his supervision area without permission of his parole supervisor, and in consultation with the security intelligence officer.”
Before I address the bold faced lies, I will address the most recent inconsistency.
We were told back in the beginning of February that Jason Wallace was to be released from prison due to statutory released. Inmates are automatically released from prison after two thirds of their sentence has been served. This recent article states " Jason Wallace was released from prison earlier this year, but the Parole Board’s intention to send him to a halfway house or other supervised home hasn’t worked out." What do ya mean?
The recent article continues to explain that "The Corrections Service of Canada has looked into Community-based Residential Facilities (CRF or CBRF) and Community Correctional Centres (CCCs) across Canada, and not one of them would accept Wallace as a resident, because of the danger his presence poses to staff, residents, and nearby public."
OK that makes sense but if he was released from prison earlier this year and no halfway house would accept him, where has he been staying? In Witness Protection?
Did he even spend a day in prison? No really. We never heard anything about any prison assaults. If they can get Jay Hall and Robert Thomas, they can surely get him if he was ever there.
We can understand why no halfway house would want to take him. It would put everyone else there at risk. So we're willing to put the public at risk not other inmates on parole? The inconsistencies cause us to reflect on the bold faced lies surrounding this case.
Six years nine months for a premeditated murder is nothing. Especially when it's only two thirds of that. This recent article repeated the same ridiculous lie the court was told. The article states that "According to the Parole Board’s release documents, Wallace grabbed a gun from the waistband of a friend and accidentally shot Green, killing him instantly. Wallace was grossly intoxicated at the time." That is not what happened. That was the ridiculous story the defense came up with that the crown embraced because Jason went straight into the Witness Protection program along with Donnie McWhirter and the Bobbsey Twins collectively known as the rat pack.
Jason Wallace shot Bob Green because he didn't want to take th fall for Lenny in their recent drug bust. Shaun Clary had absolutely nothing to do with it. Putting Shaun's family at risk to protect their source was a new low for IHITit and the Compromised CFSEU.