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  1. ppaul

    ppaul Silver $$ Contributor

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    The ninth officer this year was murdered last night in Richmond, VA. That's one every sixty-one hours! This must end!
     
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  2. people

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    Yes it must. "revolving door policies" truly sad.
     
  3. JEFFPPC

    JEFFPPC Silver $$ Contributor

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    It would be interesting to know how many of them were killed by someone who has had dropped charges, reduced sentences, prior felonies etc in the past.The only hope I see against our liberal coddling of criminals is a backlash from police who get fed up with it. Our system is great at minor drug offenses but for felonies the system goes out of its way and spares to expense to let the felons off easy. Prosecutors run up impressive conviction rates doing this but that is not protecting citizens. I am very anti drug but Proabition did not work and as long as the war on drugs focuses on minor offenses it never will either. O,h forgot to mention dropped gun charges, seems to be the first thing that goes away.
     
  4. CaptainMal

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    Last night near Tampa a multiple felon pointed an AK at an officer. AT the same time another felon pointed his handgun. The third felon with them ran but was later captured. The can't ask the felon with the AK how he got it - DRT. The officer dropped him for good. The one with the handgun was arrested. Guess you could ask him.

    Each have long and repeated arrest records and they have guns. You know there are laws against felons with guns, felons, murder etc. Laws don't work with the immoral criminals. Releasing them works worse, same as sanctuary cities.
     
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  5. Leo Smith

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    VA Governor is Responsible.
     
  6. 338 Mollett

    338 Mollett Gold $$ Contributor

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    If we started holding these ratchets families responsible for their offspring's crimes they might raise the kids better !
     
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