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|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout-NYLXS] Hey, Ruben! Plastic bag initiatives!
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Quoting Ruben Safir (ruben.safir-at-my.liu.edu):
> I don't believe there are any truly non-violent offenders that would be
> up for parole.
Well, then none would qualify, would they?
What is the basis for your belief, by the way? Swamp gas? Cosmic rays?
The proposed law says nonviolent offenses. I think we can trust Board
of Parole Hearings to determine what a violent offence is. If they get
it wrong, we can prosecute them for violating the law and send them to
Anyway, Gov. Brown and the Legislature need to comply with the USSC
court order one way or another. Pretty much everyone except you thinks
this is the right way to go about it.
> If your gonna error,
'Err' is spelled 'err'.
> ...error the other way and parole more people over 60 years of age and
> most of the white collar criminals who can best be punished with heavy
> fines and other civil means.
You want to write to Jerry Brown and tell him he knows nothing, go right
ahead. I'm not stopping you.
By the way, the Board of Parole Hearings pretty much already paroled
those during the earlier phases of attempting to comply with the USSC's
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