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Old 02-08-2013, 09:52 PM   #691
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Webster’s Dictionary defines a criminal as: “One who commits an act or the commission of an act that is forbidden by law”. The Libs. are constantly looking to enact new laws when it's a known fact that criminals do not respect the numerous current laws that already apply. Criminals have no respect for the law. The only people that will be affected by proposed restrictive legislation on firearms and ammunition will be the law abiding citizens in good standing. The intent of those who promote new firearm laws cannot be related to reducing crime. Or, are they really that stupid?

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Webster’s Dictionary defines a criminal as: “One who commits an act or the commission of an act that is forbidden by law”. The Libs. are constantly looking to enact new laws when it's a know fact that criminals do not respect the numerous current laws that already apply? Criminals have no respect for the law. The only people that will be affected by proposed restrictive legislation on firearms and ammunition will be the law abiding citizens in good standing. The intent of those who promote new firearm laws cannot be related to reducing crime. Or, are they really that stupid?
What the POTUS and his henchmen are trying to do is to create laws that will redefine completely honorable people as criminals to justify the disarming of America.
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What the POTUS and his henchmen are trying to do is to create laws that will redefine completely honorable people as criminals to justify the disarming of America.
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What the POTUS and his henchmen are trying to do is to create laws that will redefine completely honorable people as criminals to justify the disarming of America.
Connecticut already has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the U.S. and the Legislators are drooling over the opportunity to enact more laws in their current session. Meanwhile, the legislators and the Governor don't want to stop the current program called "Early Release" that has allowed well over a thousand crimminals, many with a history of repeated violent crimes, to be released from prison well before serving their full sentence. Over the past year, several of those early released criminals have again committed repeated violent crimes within a short time after their early release. Some have been homicides committed within a week after their release.

Viewing the current state of Connecticut law enforcement and legislative action, I believe there are certain political figures that couldn't care less about reducing crime but are fully dedicated to enacting more restrictive gun laws.

Citizens of other states should be watching what takes place in Connecticut. It will set a precedent for future federal and other states' laws.
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That's all part of the gov's effort to prove that you don't have to be smart to be in charge. It really appears that organized crime is running the gov't and getting them to make it illegal for the common citizen to resist being victimized.

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That's all part of the gov's effort to prove that you don't have to be smart to be in charge. It really appears that organized crime is running the gov't and getting them to make it illegal for the common citizen to resist being victimized.
Organized crime running the gov't? In Connecticut? Say it's not so? If you got right into it, part of the Connecticut gov't would make the Soprano's look like boy scouts. Another part would make the three stooges look like Rhodes Scholars.
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I removed several replies relating to conspiracy. If you want to discuss conspiracy there is a place for that down in the conspiracy subforum. Please keep that stuff in there.

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I removed several replies relating to conspiracy. If you want to discuss conspiracy there is a place for that down in the conspiracy subforum. Please keep that stuff in there.

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I had a long post ... as a n00b guy, sorry - but you either moved mine or deleted it. I'm on a slow-as phone connection right now - can you tell me what you did with my post today? This is just too slow of a connection ... I cannot find the sub-forum you speak of but I thought I was on topic - hopefully you moved it for me.
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Meanwhile, the legislators and the Governor don't want to stop the current program called "Early Release" that has allowed well over a thousand crimminals, many with a history of repeated violent crimes, to be released from prison well before serving their full sentence. Over the past year, several of those early released criminals have again committed repeated violent crimes within a short time after their early release. Some have been homicides committed within a week after their release.

Thanks for the information. This is not well known. Few at the gun rights organizations are savvy enough to research this stuff and/or articulate enough to express same in words and print.

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HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) -- In the wake of two murders the pressure is on for the state to get rid of a program allowing convicted felons to get out early.

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In the middle of the night, on June 27th in Meriden, an innocent man is shot to death behind the counter of a convenience store. Police say the man who pulled the trigger was Frankie Resto, a convicted felon. Now, a panel of experts is looking at the system that let Resto out of prison 199 days before his sentence was up. It's called Risk Reduction Earned Credit.

"The way it was sold to the General Assembly was that people who did bad things would atone for what they did by signing up for programs directly related to the bad things they did," explained House minority leader State Rep. Larry Cafero.
http://www.wtnh.com/dpp/news/crime/hearing-early-release-prison-program
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The dirty little secrete with Connecticut's early release program, AKA “Risk Reduction Credit” program, is the fact that it was packaged and sold by the politicians as a means of rehabilitating criminals when in actuality, the political objective was to reduce the cost of the prison system in the state budget.

"Under the new law, inmates in the program can earn up to five days per month - which adds up to 60 days per year - off their sentence by complying with prison regulations and participating in rehabilitation and/or educational programs." So the prisoners are let out early by doing what they are expected to do. Also, the state didn't get the supposed programs in place due to budgetary concerns and administrative incompetence therefore; prisoners who signed up for programs were given the early release credits even though they didn't do anything to achieve the program objectives.

http://www.koffskyfelsen.com/Articles/Connecticut-Gets-Smart-on-Crime-With-Inmate-Early-Release-Law.shtml

In recent hearings Michael Lawlor, the Governor's undersecretary for criminal justice policy, testified with statements that would seem like borderline perjury when compared to the facts.

http://www.ctnewsjunkie.com/ctnj.php/archives/entry/early_release_program_scrutinized/

Connecticut is desperately trying to portray itself as "tough on crime" to avoid criticism in the wake of the Sandy Hook School tragedy. In reality its liberal leanings have given strength to the criminals while restricting law abiding citizen’s rights.

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