Skip to comments.Bill introduced to prevent early release of inmates convicted of crimes related to terrorism
Posted on 05/24/2019 1:12:03 AM PDT by blueplum
... two Washington lawmakers from Alabama are hoping to change the law, to prevent inmates like Lindh, who is convicted of crimes related to terrorism, from being released early for good behavior.
The No Leniency for Terrorists Act was introduced this week. It is two pages and 23 lines long.
Congressman Bradley Byrne said the bill is necessary to keep terrorists "behind bars where they belong."...
...Also backing the bill in Alabama, Senator Richard Shelby...
(Excerpt) Read more at fox10tv.com ...
Has everyone noticed how police in this country offer more protection to convicted fellows and terrorists than they do anyone else?
They should get rid of that “good behavior” clause as well. You get convicted and sentenced - you should serve out your whole sentence.
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