NYS Senate passed get-tougher bill on...

NYS Senate passed get-tougher bill on White drunk drivers

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Manhattan, NY

#1 May 7, 2013
http://www.whec.com/news/stories/S3024690.sht...

How about a law that says if you are drunk driving and kill someone you get 25 years in jail, instead of the current 6 months of weekends?
Ha Ha

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#3 May 8, 2013
Lionel Jefferson wrote:
http://www.whec.com/news/stori es/S3024690.shtml?cat=411
How about a law that says if you are drunk driving and kill someone you get 25 years in jail, instead of the current 6 months of weekends?
sure ... and the state law makers will be exempt from such a bill.
Lawmakers are the biggest crooks around. A re-elected lawmaker is a repeat offender.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American...
icians_convicted_of_crimes#New _York

New York
* State Senator Carl Kruger (D) resigned his seat and pled guilty to charges of corruption and bribery.(2011)[26]

* State Senator Shirley Huntley (D), convicted of mail fraud (2013)[27]

* State Senator Hiram Monserrate (D), was expelled by the New York State Senate on February 9, 2010 in connection with a misdemeanor assault conviction against his girlfriend.[28][29][30]

* State Senator Efrain Gonzalez (D) On May 25, 2010, Gonzalez was sentenced to 84 months (7 years) in prison, followed by two years supervised release, after pleading guilty to two conspiracy counts and two wire fraud counts in May 2009.[31][32]

* President of the New York City council Andrew Stein (D) was convicted of tax evasion regarding a Ponzi scheme in November 2010.[33]

* Majority Leader of the New York State Senate Pedro Espada Jr.(D) On May 14, 2012 a federal jury found Espada guilty of embezzling money from federally funded healthcare clinics, after 11 days of deliberation.[34]

* State Senator Nicholas Spano (R), in 2012 Spano was indicted for Federal Income Tax evasion. Spano pleaded guilty to the single felony. He admitted that he underreported his income $42,419 in federal income taxes and $10,605 in state taxes from 2000 to 2008. He is to be sentenced to 12 to 18 months in Federal Prison in June 2012.

* State Senator Kevin Parker (D), Parker was convicted of a misdemeanor charge, criminal mischief, and on March 21, 2011 was sentenced to three years probation and a $1,000 fine for attacking a New York Post photographer and damaging the photographer's camera and car door.[35]

* New York City Council member Larry Seabrook (D) On February 9, 2010, a federal grand jury indicted Seabrook on 13 counts of money laundering, extortion, and fraud.[36] Seabrook was convicted on 9 charges in July 2012.[37]

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#4 May 8, 2013
Ha Ha wrote:
<quoted text>
sure ... and the state law makers will be exempt from such a bill.
Lawmakers are the biggest crooks around. A re-elected lawmaker is a repeat offender.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_American...
icians_convicted_of_crimes#New _York
New York
* State Senator Carl Kruger (D) resigned his seat and pled guilty to charges of corruption and bribery.(2011)[26]
* State Senator Shirley Huntley (D), convicted of mail fraud (2013)[27]
* State Senator Hiram Monserrate (D), was expelled by the New York State Senate on February 9, 2010 in connection with a misdemeanor assault conviction against his girlfriend.[28][29][30]
* State Senator Efrain Gonzalez (D) On May 25, 2010, Gonzalez was sentenced to 84 months (7 years) in prison, followed by two years supervised release, after pleading guilty to two conspiracy counts and two wire fraud counts in May 2009.[31][32]
* President of the New York City council Andrew Stein (D) was convicted of tax evasion regarding a Ponzi scheme in November 2010.[33]
* Majority Leader of the New York State Senate Pedro Espada Jr.(D) On May 14, 2012 a federal jury found Espada guilty of embezzling money from federally funded healthcare clinics, after 11 days of deliberation.[34]
* State Senator Nicholas Spano (R), in 2012 Spano was indicted for Federal Income Tax evasion. Spano pleaded guilty to the single felony. He admitted that he underreported his income $42,419 in federal income taxes and $10,605 in state taxes from 2000 to 2008. He is to be sentenced to 12 to 18 months in Federal Prison in June 2012.
* State Senator Kevin Parker (D), Parker was convicted of a misdemeanor charge, criminal mischief, and on March 21, 2011 was sentenced to three years probation and a $1,000 fine for attacking a New York Post photographer and damaging the photographer's camera and car door.[35]
* New York City Council member Larry Seabrook (D) On February 9, 2010, a federal grand jury indicted Seabrook on 13 counts of money laundering, extortion, and fraud.[36] Seabrook was convicted on 9 charges in July 2012.[37]
Gee it sure seems like there are a lot more "D's" on that list compared to the "Rs" and that is just in New York,go figure. Don't the dems always spew that the republicans are only out to steal from the people and they(dems)are the party that always protect the people? Face it people BOTH parties are full of crooks and all of them should be thrown out of office and face doing jail time as soon as they break the law. Just saying.

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