Mistake Releases Nebraska Inmates Early

567 Nebraska inmates entered in to the new Nebraska time off for good behavior program miscalculated and prison inmates were released early.

The story first broke by local media outlet Omaha World-Herald has made a controversy of sorts.

A double jeopardy issue exists with having these men forced back into prison on spurious charge and having their life disrupted under color of law under, U.S.C. Title 42 1983.

Michael Kenney and the Department of Corrections would be well advised to let these freed inmates stay free via electronic monitoring and parole officers than having the inevitable stress from rearrest and re-incarceration based on a clerical error. This act would be measured and humane.

“Obviously, there was a mistake made. The individuals who made those mistakes are going to be held accountable….There’s no way this should have occurred,” Governor Dave Heineman stated on Friday.

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