[Senator Alfis Smith] Senator files Anti-Crime bill

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[Senator Alfis Smith] Senator files Anti-Crime bill

Post by Alfis Smith » Wed Dec 07, 2016 9:05 pm

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OFFICE OF SENATOR ALFIS SMITH
FIFTH DISTRICT OF SAN ANDREAS
STATE LEGISLATURE OF SAN ANDREAS



Senator Files Anti-Crime Bill
DECEMBER 7, 2016 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Earlier today, Senator Smith filed the "Secure Communities Act" with the committee he resides on, the Committee on Public Safety and State Security. The bill has been characterized by Senator Smith (R-5) as a "fierce response" to the surge in crime that Los Santos has experienced in the recent weeks and months, and as a response to SAN's new article depicting Los Santos as the second most dangerous city in the United States.

"The plight of crime that has been inflicted upon Los Santos is inexcusable and calls for swift, immediate action. It is beyond me while the Public Safety and State Security Committee has not called a hearing on this issue already. The fact is, almost since it's conception the city of Los Santos has been governed by Democratic policies and principles, and we see where it has gotten us. Ballooning the welfare state, like Miss Kathrine Summers, the disgraced former mayor once suggested, will NOT help us with this situation. The ENOUGH act also truly doesn't go far enough, no pun intended, strengthening penalties and adding in new penalties that have not been considered by my counterparts.

The Secure Communities Act creates a seperate clause for serial killers. As opposed to stacking three counts of murder onto someone who committed three counts of murder, if the numbers of murder(s) meet or exceed three, they can be charged with murder AND the Serial Killer clause. It also allows "attempts" to serve as a conjunctional enhancement, with other charges. Not only that, but it finally institutes the "three-strikes, you're out" rule. Cracking down hard on crime is the only way we will defeat it, and this bill is a clear way to do just that. The question is, will the Democratic Party consider it, or will they turn their heads and walk away into the distance?"



Alfis P. Smith
5th District Senator.
PH: 1543671

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