Thursday, March 14, 2013

Campaign to repeal the infamous "Early Release" program is having an impact.

Press Release From Len Suzio:

Campaign to repeal the infamous "Early Release" program is having an impact.



Dear fellow concerned citizens,
Well I guess our campaign to repeal the infamous "Early Release" program is having an impact. At this time no fewer than 17 bills have been filed to amend or end Early Release! This is testimony to the power of the pubic when it is given an opportunity to let legislators know how they feel. One of the best ways to make our voices loud and clear is through vehicles like our "End the Early Release Program Petition". If you haven't already signed the petition please do so now to add your voice to the growing list of outraged Connecticut citizens who have had enough of favoring hardened violent criminals over innocent citizens. Since its inception 18 months ago, thousands of Connecticut criminals have been let loose to terrorize our families and neighborhoods. We know of at least 2 murders associated with Early Release criminal graduates. It's too late for those victims, but it is not too late to spare other Connecticut families the tragedy of another murder, rape or child molestation.
As soon as we are aware of public hearings on the proposals to end Early Release we will let you know. It would be great to get a good crowd at the Capitol to speak together.
Please go to EndEarlyRelease.com and sign the petition today and then tell your family, friends and neighbors to do so too.
Thanks for helping to end a terrible law that recklessly jeopardize the safety of all, women, children, the elderly, - every innocent person in Connecticut.
PS- here is a list of the proposed bills. Some of them aren't going to do much. But Senator Markley's bill would be the best (Senate Bill 123) - let your legislator know that you support SB 123!

SB 123, AA Repealing the Risk Reduction Credit Program (this is Senator Markley's bill)
PSB 448, AA Eliminating Risk Reduction Credits for Criminal Sentenced for Violent Crimes
PSB 492, AA Prohibiting Violent Offenders from Earning Risk Reduction Credit Toward a Reduction in Sentence
PSB 493, AAC the Earned Risk Reduction Credit Program
PSB 496, AA Prohibiting the Award of Risk Reduction Credit Toward a Reduction in Sentence for a Crime Committed with a Firearm
PSB 498, AAC Earned Risk Reduction Credit for Violent Offenses
PSB 678, AA Revising the Earned Risk Reduction Credit Program
PSB 681, AA Prohibiting the Award of Risk Reduction Credit for Any Inmate Sentenced for a Sexual Offense Against a Minor
PSB 683, AA Prohibiting the Use of Risk Reduction Credits to Reduce a Criminal Sentence for an Offense that Involved a Fatality
PSB 788, AA Eliminating the Earned Risk Reduction Credit Program
PSB 789, AA Eliminating the Earned Risk Reduction Credit Program for Violent Criminals
PHB 5083, AA Eliminating Risk Reduction Credits for Crimes that Result in the Death of Another Person
PHB 5224, AA Eliminating Risk Reductions Credits
PHB 5317, AA Eliminating Risk Reduction Credits for Violent Criminals
PHB 5522, AA Prohibiting a Person From Earning Risk Reduction Credit for Any Offense that Results in the death of Another
PHB 5674, AA Prohibiting Sexual Offenders from Participating in the Earned Risk Reduction Credit Program
PHB 6134, AAC the Earned Risk Reduction Credit Program
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