Klaus Pfeiffer 
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Re: “Legislature OKs Criminal Justice Reform Bills

What good does this do for those who have already been victimized by these sentencing enhancements? This legislation begs for retroactive application. But the courts won't apply it even though it seems implicit within the bill. Law makers did not specifically state that it should apply to anyone who is currently the victim of this failed policy. That means taxpayers are still on the hook for 3 more years of providing the cost of housing for inmates better let out. Why? We have a massive failure of leadership on virtually every level of humane society brought on by the lack of understanding of what it means to be human. The state and its machinery do not serve its people. If it did they would take this good piece of legislation and apply it across the board immediately! We the people need to get together and redefine the role of state and federal government because we are being cheated every single day by this dysfunctional organization of crooks and liars that claim to be leaders with our interests at heart. Justice delayed is justice denied.

Posted by Klaus Pfeiffer on 12/28/2017 at 2:46 AM

Re: “Legislature OKs Criminal Justice Reform Bills

This is a great way to stop filing our prisons with non violent offenders who are in reality merely giving people what they want. Did our nation learn nothing from the era of prohibition? The war on drugs has been a massive failure. The war on drugs has been an exceedingly costly attempt to legislate morality again. We citizens of the United States of America supposedly have the right to pursue happiness. How is this possible when a small faction of narrow minded busy bodies are some how able to circumvent our right through the manipulation of our so called representative government? Now that by some miracle worthless laws have been modified to not be so horrendous It becomes apparent that the state, although admitting fault and applying a fix, fails to make this fix apply to people it has already incarcerated! This is the epitome of stupidity. The state continues to astound me as to the depth of its' inhumanity and cruelty to those who are in most need of compassion and understanding. The very essence of intent of this bill is totally ignored if not implemented retroactively. It is another example of the one way thinking of our so called justice system. I guess if you're invested in prisons for profit you win even if you lose.

Posted by Klaus Pfeiffer on 12/28/2017 at 2:30 AM

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