Endorsement ranks continue to grow

Vote NO on 34 received 3 new endorsers today, all from the law enforcement community. Jason Melschau, President of the Huntington Beach Police Officers Association; Southern California Alliance of Law Enforcement; Anaheim Police Association; These individuals and groups stand with victims and urge “NO ON 34″

New Endorsement for Vote NO 34

Another law enforcement official endorses the campaign and sides with victims.  Vote NO on Prop 34!  Francisco Soria, President-Stanislaus Sworn Deputies Association.    

Deputy Shane Daniel York, EOW Aug. 16,1997

Anniversary of the murder of Deputy Shane Daniel York, killed while off-duty during a robbery when his badge was seen by robbers who then shot the deputy in the head from behind.  The cop killers were sentenced to the death penalty for their crimes. Help protect those who protect us, Vote NO on Prop 34! [...]

The truth behind the rhetoric of Prop 34

Voting NO on Prop 34 is a vote for the victims of vicious murderers.  Read the view of Mark Klaas, father of victim 12 yr-old Polly Klaas, and DA Stephen Wagstaffe. http://www.sfgate.com/opinion/openforum/article/Ending-death-penalty-would-fuel-crime-3788492.php

New Endorsement Announcement

Yolo County Sheriffs Management Association has joined with law enforcement groups from across California to urge voters to say “NO on Prop 34″

Mark Klaas writes about the man who murdered his daughter

Richard Allen Davis had a life of violent crimes against women before he was caught and sentenced to death for the kidnap, rape and murder of Poly Klaas in 1993.  Vote No on Prop 34 to see that killers like this face justice. http://gilroy.patch.com/blog_posts/vote-no-on-proposition-34-the-evil-that-lurks-among-us

Police Organizations Endorse “No on 34″

Woodland Professional Peace Employees Association and West Sacramento Police Officers Association joined the growing number of law enforcement organizations to endorse “No on 34″ to hold murderers to justice.

New Endorsement

The California Association of Highway Patrol becomes the latest endorser of the “NO on Prop 34″ campaign.

State paroles violent felons to county probation

From the loop hole of the state only checking an inmates last conviction instead of their whole criminal history, thousands of felons will be released into county probation. http://www.dailybulletin.com/ci_21134452/violent-offenders-can-be-released-under-state-prisoner

Georgia switches to single drug protocol for executions

Georgia is the latest state to change the method of it’s executions to a single drug protocol.  California can follow this path and resume the execution of it’s Death Row inmates and enforce the justice that victim’s families deserve. http://www.ajc.com/news/atlanta/state-changes-lethal-injection-1479424.html

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