Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Correctional Service of Canada sheds light on Bacon prison release blunder

The Correctional Service of Canada has confirmed Jarrod Bacon was mistakenly released from prison 16 months early because of a clerical error. Bacon — the middle of three gangster brothers — was sentenced to 12 years minus time served for trying to import 100 kilograms of cocaine into B.C. in 2012. That sentence was increased to 14 years minus time served after a successful federal appeal.

The increase in Bacon's sentence was never factored into the calculation used to determine his release date.
Because of the mistake, Bacon was erroneously granted statutory release from a Quebec prison on Feb. 11, 2017. His release was subsequently revoked and he was returned to prison in July of 2017. Bacon won an appeal to have his statutory release revocation overturned by arguing that he never should have been out of prison in the first place.

Bacon is now fully eligible for statutory release on the correct date of June 14, 2018.
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