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Prop. 36 Passes; Will Modify California Three Strikes Law
NBC4 Southern California ^
| November 6 2012
| Samantha Tata and Jason Kande
Posted on 11/07/2012 8:53:43 AM PST by GalaxyAB
Voters on Tuesday opted to change Californias "Three Strikes and Youre Out" law, which mandates a life sentence for anyone convicted of three serious crimes, NBC projects.
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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Government; US: California
KEYWORDS: crimie; unions
Not a fan of criminals. But even less a fan of cop unions putting people in jail so they can create more union jobs.
posted on 11/07/2012 8:53:49 AM PST
California voters are idiots.
hree Strikes is the reason why crime has been relativelyh low the last 20 years.
Now career criminals will be free to prey on the morons and decent people alike.
posted on 11/07/2012 9:03:19 AM PST
(This is not a statement of fact. It is either opinion or satire; or both)
All criminals who had left California to other states after two strikes will return. Rest of US should thank this law. Less liberals and criminals in rest of USA. When California want to commit suicide, why to slow down efforts?
Not a fan of criminals either. But I do want them to commit a serious crime before they are sent to jail for 25 years. That is a LOOOOOONG time.
posted on 11/07/2012 9:55:04 AM PST
(Judges 17:6b Everyone did what was right in his own eyes.)
To: AdmSmith; AnonymousConservative; Berosus; bigheadfred; Bockscar; ColdOne; Convert from ECUSA; ...
mandates a life sentence for anyone convicted of three serious crimes
Good, California needs more mayhem, and the other 49 states will see an egress as potential 3-strikers move back to California.
posted on 11/07/2012 9:03:58 PM PST
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