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Criminal Who Killed Nurse Was Freed After Shooting at 4 Family Members
Murders are only a mystery on television. In real life, there’s generally a long paper and digital trail of previous crimes followed by light slaps on the wrist. That’s why the pro-crime criminal justice reform movement, despite the stream of lies from its paid advocates, has led to an upsurge in horrifying crimes.
Crimes that could have been very easily prevented by keeping the killer locked away.
This is yet another one of these cases.
Caitlyn Kaufman always wanted to move to Music City.
The 26-year-old woman’s dream came true in 2018 when Saint Thomas West Hospital hired her as a nurse in the Intensive Care Unit, where most recently she worked the midnight shift as a front-line worker caring for COVID-19 patients.
Her young life of service came to an end Thursday evening when Metro Nashville police say someone fired shots into her car as she drove to work along Interstate 440.
“I can’t wrap my head around it,” her mother Diane Kaufman, 55, told The Tennessean. “I don’t know what causes someone to do something like that. She was on her way to work to take care of people… people she didn’t know. It’s just senseless to me. It’s a mother’s worst nightmare.”
It’s America’s ongoing pro-crime nightmare.
Once Devaunte Hill was arrested on Friday for the murder of Nashville nurse, Caitlyn Kaufman, News 2 learned more of the 21-year-old’s criminal history.
Hill started his juvenile record when at 16-years-old he shot at four members of his family inside their East Nashville apartment. Hill entered a guilty plea for the 2016 incident on four charges of aggravated assault.
Once he had served time with the Department of Children’s Services for that crime by 2017, Hill was brought back to court for a robbery. He entered another guilty plea which would put him in DCS custody until he turned 19.
Judge Calloway responded to News 2’s request for an interview with a statement addressing the rehabilitation process for youth.
“We are often asked why the law favors treatment and rehabilitation of youth as opposed to punishment and incarceration in the adult prison system. Research shows the most effective way for youth to become safe and productive members of our community is with evidence-based treatment programs and interventions.”
That’s a collection of meaningless buzzwords currently favored by the political elite, like evidence-based, that explains that Kaufman was murdered because some of the violent criminals around get a free pass, especially if they’re under the age of 18 when they try to murder someone.