The judge has ruled that state law prevents Genarlow from getting a bond.
A Douglas County judge ruled Wednesday Genarlow Wilson is not eligible for bond in his child molestation case, a development that could keep Wilson behind bars for at least several more months pending an appeal.
Superior Court Judge David Emerson issued an order canceling a July 5 bond hearing for Wilson. He cited a state law that prohibits appeal bonds for people convicted of Wilson’s crime — aggravated child molestation — and who have been sentenced to five years or more in prison. Wilson is now serving a 10-year prison sentence.
The usual suspects are outraged and crying racism that Judge Emerson refused to ignore Georgia law.