Monday, July 13, 2020

Show-Me Doubt In Missouri Crime Bill

Worthwhile reports shows both Democratic Party AND Republicans sharing skepticism along with push back from the city college . . . Checkit:

Parson says new law will cut violent crime. Experts aren't so sure.

Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is calling a crime bill he signed into law this week "a large step toward safety and justice for our communities." Missouri Gov. Mike Parson is calling a crime bill he signed into law this week "a large step toward safety and justice for our communities."

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Cant cut crime if police can solve cases and Prosecutor doesn't file charges on those few the Police do solve.

Anonymous said...

It sure can't hurt.
And neither can 100 federal agents in KCMO trying to clean up the messes that the local politicos don't have the guts to even address.
And it's certainly likely to be much more effective than riots, marches, taking down statues, renaming fountains, murals, and all the rest of the rapidly-fading detritus from BLM
Nice to see that some adults are still in charge.

Anonymous said...

3 strikes and you are out. That is the ticket. We are currently at 38 strikes and we buy you a new Escalade instead. Weird

Anonymous said...

I saw two “black” Blackhawk helicopters with enough cameras and other unknown things hanging off of them today, and they were surprisingly quiet too. I’m guessing the feds are coming very prepared!

Petersucker better be shaking in her boots if she has a brain that is!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^True Dat

Anonymous said...

Because helicopters were essential to the highly successful invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq!!!