Law Enforcement Leaders Release Agenda

Law Enforcement Leaders Release Agenda

The report is co-authored by former Dallas Police Chief David Brown and former New Orleans police superindentet Ronal Serpas, and some of the group’s more notable members include New York City District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck, former Virginia Attorney General Mark Earley, and former New York and Los Angeles Police Commissioner William J. Bratton.

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 Hate evil, love good; maintain justice in the courts. Perhaps the Lord God Almighty will have mercy on the remnant of Joseph.   (Amos 5:15)

Perhaps if King County Prosecutors repent.

Perhaps if King County Prosecutors repent of the twisted perversions called law.

Perhaps if King County Prosecutors …oh, never mind…it would just be a bunch of Prosecutor Seaver‘s news shorts with Prosecutor Dan Satterberg‘s grabbing a chance to weasel in “reforms” that favor his happy power publicity points. As Prosecutor Jason Simmons says, “So what.”

Lesson: For this to work Law Enforcement would actually have to admit their mistakes and listen to a “no” man – and we know that an’t gonna happen. Like the King County Committee the only “no” men hired have to be “no” women who are bias enough to use objections to further the politically correct injustice through-out the land. In short, the problem is the solution that is working to fix the trouble.

Bonus: One doesn’t need a full report sent to President Trump. Want reform? I have easy, quick to implement fixes that will save money. However as you will notice this report by Law Enforcement isn’t giving any money or power up, just shifting it around. Hell’s bells, the kind of useful individuals to King County Prosecutor Mark Larson is someone who hears God in fortune cookies.

 

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

Article Reference

(reason.com)—Law Enforcement Leaders To Reduce Crime & Incarceration—a group of over 175 distinguished current and former law enforcement officials—has released a 28-page "agenda" which includes five major policy recommendations for the Trump administration:...

...The document's focus on reducing crime through more efficient federal assistance to local law enforcement agencies, and also through efforts to reduce the prison population, are in direct contrast with President Trump's recent executive orders—which included volatile law and order rhetoric and an insistence against all available facts that the United States is engulfed in a violent crime wave. The report is also in direct contrast to the stated interests of police unions such as the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP)—which endorsed Trump's candidacy and support his call for more punitive sentencing requirements.

 

 

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