What exactly is it that you're saying is true?
What's the implication supposed to be?
Billingsley wasn't in prison on a murder charge. Is the point supposed to be that nobody should ever be released from prison? That's retarded.
Is the point supposed to be that repeat offenders exist? Nobody ever denied that.
In this case, it's not even a repeat
offense in the traditional sense, though - this is the first time this guy has ever been a murder suspect. This is considerably less
lenient treatment than Willie Horton received in the 1980s. It's not anarchy to not hold every prisoner indefinitely.
It's nice that this dude got out of prison and immediately decided to kill his first person and that person happened to be a CEO, but other than that there's no good point being made here. I agree that the guy is based, but other than that there is no point.