Erick Erickson: “I need to share something with you. It is not political. It is enraging. I am so incredibly angry…”

Erick Erickson took to Twitter yesterday to share some news that is simply mind boggling. It’s not news about himself, but rather about a prisoner just paroled in Georgia who should have never been released:

To add a little from the article Erickson posted….

Mallory, 72, a former owner of LaGrange television station WCAG-TV, was convicted of 60 counts of sexual exploitation of children, three counts of invasion of privacy and one count of tampering with evidence in December 2012 after a three-week trial.

He was charged as a result of a LaGrange Police Department investigation initiated in February 2011. According to prosecutors, police were alerted to more than 600 suspected child porn files linked to a computer in LaGrange, which led them to the television station Mallory operated.

More than 26,000 files of child pornography were seized.

“The evidence demonstrated that Mallory knowingly and intentionally sought out, gathered, downloaded and saved these images and videos of children being raped, tortured and sexually exploited,” Cranford said in a prior news release.

The invasion of privacy counts stemmed from a hidden camera Mallory installed in his office that he used to secretly record young women, Cranford said.

At sentencing a few months after the trial, Coweta Judicial Circuit Superior Court Judge Dennis Blackmon called Mallory “probably the most prolific collector of child pornography in the entire world.”

Just horrible. I would have expected to read this parolie release happening in California or New York, not Georgia. Read the article for more…

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