Any clear thinking person reading Renz' criminal complaint on federal child pornography charges would conclude he was a loaded gun pointed at society's head. Yet he was bailed out--with naive preconditions. The laxity of electronic monitoring meant that Renz could slip off his "bracelet" to kill and rape at 9:00 p.m. without authorities being informed until 11:30 p.m.
Like the infamous Petit murder-rape in Connecticut, a conviction for these crimes would argue for a death penalty New York does not have. The last person administered capital punishment in New York was executed in 1963.