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California’s Prison-Litigation Nightmare

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Interesting read, about AB109 (Prisoner Realignment) and its effect on the crime rate in California.




Nationally, property crime was down 0.9 percent in 2012; in California, it was up 7.6 percent. Car theft nationally was up 0.6 percent; in California, it jumped 14.6 percent. Burglary nationally was down 3.7 percent; in California, it was up 6.6 percent. Violent crime also showed a disparity: murder rose nationally 1.1 percent, compared with 4.7 percent in California; robbery was down 0.1 percent nationally, while California saw a 3.9 percent rise. The state’s tally would have been worse had Los Angeles, the California city most committed to proactive policing, not shown a crime drop. San Bernardino, for example, experienced a 64 percent increase in car thefts in 2012; and Pomona, a 16 percent increase in robberies.


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Weird how AB-109 is helping to spike crime in California.  They're letting career-criminals back on the streets, with no fear of having their Parole violated.  Almost as silly as drivers licenses for illegals.


our brilliant lawmakers in sacramento lack the ability to put two and two together.

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