Jason Billingsley: Ex-Con Suspect Wanted in Alleged Murder of Baltimore Tech CEO, Freed Early by Soros-Backed DA
Jason Billingsley, a 32-year-old man with a history of violent and sexual offenses, is wanted in connection with the alleged murder of a 26-year-old tech CEO. (Photo NY Post)
Jason Billingsley’s Controversial Early Release Sparks Outrage Amidst Murder Investigation of Baltimore Tech CEO Pava LaPere
According to the NY Post, Jason Billingsley, a 32-year-old man, is being sought in connection with the alleged murder of Pava LaPere, a tech CEO in Baltimore. LaPere was found dead in her apartment, bearing blunt-force trauma wounds. Jason Billingsley faces charges including first-degree murder, reckless endangerment, and assault in relation to this incident.
Notably, Jason Billingsley has a history of violence, having been sentenced to 30 years for a “violent” crime in 2011. However, he was released after just seven years, citing “good-time credits,” a decision made under the tenure of then-District Attorney Marilyn Mosby, supported by Democratic donor George Soros.
This early release has drawn criticism from various quarters, including Baltimore’s Mayor Brandon Scott, emphasizing the need for accountability and concerns about recurring criminal behavior.
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Jason Billingsley’s criminal history includes arrests in 2009 and 2013 for sex offenses, assault, and robbery, with a 2015 sex offense conviction. He was released on parole in October 2022, though it’s uncertain whether he violated parole conditions.
FPolice Commissioner Richard Worley has labeled Jason Billingsley a “repeat violent offender” and a significant threat, urging vigilance as he’s considered “armed and dangerous.” Authorities have issued warnings to residents and called upon Billingsley to surrender voluntarily, with extensive search efforts involving Baltimore City police, the State of Maryland, and US Marshals underway.
The investigation into Pava LaPere’s murder is ongoing, with a commitment to securing justice for the victim.