State: Crackdown on gun offenders would require new prison

Apr 30, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Coshocton Tribune

Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction officials say a new bill to increase sentences for repeat violent offenders with guns would cost $880.4 million over 20 years and force the department to open a new 750-cell prison.

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They cannot kill a Spook

Clayton, MI

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Start hanging them on third offense instead.
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It has become obvious to even the most mentally challenged that the country is broke and that a new tact is called for. For some people playing the system/revolving door of justice is a way of life indulged by attorneys. We need to start monthly or bi-monthly executions in this state and country, imagine the degree of burden that will be financially lifted off the backs of working people, folks' some people have forfieted their right to live among us- lets expedite their leaving. White trash, Black trash, whatever trash start using the electric chair on a regular basis. Write to your political representatives and tell them to support this or be voted out of office in the next election cycle. Once we initiate this our society as a whole will improve markedly, our courts will function more smoothly and lawyers will no longer be able to play the never ending game of appeals- to pervert the justice system to enrich themselves. The time is right if we dont follow through with this the country is doomed, we are running out of time to repair the damage done by politicians, remember most of them are attorneys as well.

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