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California: Judge’s Ruling Could Give Over 10,000 Sex Offenders Early Parole

  Judge’s Ruling Could Give Over 10,000 Sex Offenders Early Parole Anders Hagstrom Justice Reporter California prisons may be forced to let out thousands of sex offenders on early parole, despite Gov. Jerry Brown’s promises that no such thing would happen. Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner’s ruling relates to the state’s recent referendum on Proposition 57 that orders California prisons to consider early parole for non-violent offenders, the Los Angeles Times reported. Brown, a Democrat, had promised voters that non-violent sex offenders would not see the benefits ofRead More


LAPD is asking for help identifying a thief caught on a surveillance camera

The Los Angeles Police Department is asking for the public’s help to identify a woman caught on a surveillance camera stealing a 78-year-old victim’s purse in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles. Watch:    


Sarah Sanders: ‘Criminal Illegal Immigrants Like Him, Should Never Be Allowed To Threaten Our Citizens’

What is going on in the Bay Area? The stunning decision by a San Francisco jury found Jose Garcia Zarate not guilty. Zarate, who had been deported five times, admitted to pulling the trigger that killed Kat Steinle. White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders shared her thoughts with a personal statement. Yesterday’s verdict in San Francisco underscores the danger to public safety when our Nation fails to enforce its laws. Kate Steinle was killed by an illegal immigrant and convicted felon who had been deported from the United States fiveRead More


California Will Have Harsher Penalty For Pronoun Violations Than For Knowingly Spreading HIV

  California To Have Harsher Penalty For Pronoun Violations Than For Knowingly Spreading HIV Peter Hasson Contributor Beginning in 2018, California law will have harsher penalties for health care workers who address a senior transgender patient with the “wrong” pronouns than for people who knowingly infect others with HIV. California Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation on Friday lowering the maximum penalty for knowingly infecting or exposing a person to HIV to six months in prison — down from a maximum of eight years. Also last week, Brown signed legislation allowingRead More