Here we go again! Senator Sharif Street has reintroduced his bill requesting parole for lifers in the state of pennsylvania. 35 years for first degree - 25 years for second degree - SHAM! Asking a republican controlled judiciary in Harrisburg to even consider a lifers bill is knowingly
Fraudulent! The political repugnancy, implicit bias, racism,s and further legislations aimed at imposing new restrictions and collective punishrents on the entire communities of color to even
Vote! a life sentence without the possibility of parole violates both constitutions -
Pennsylvania,s and the United States constitution's against cruel and unusual punishments. How can it be said that, no matter what you do your only relief is death. That your going to make parole whenever you die! The 8th and the 9th Amendments are applicable to L.W.O.P! The voter suppression lays being aimed at the poor by republicans clearly violate's the constitution of the united states anendment 15. The right of citizens of the united states to vote shell not be denied or abridged by the united states or by any state on the account of race, Color, or previous condition of servitude! Yet it is being thinly disguised by these elected politicians. These are criminal acts by legislature actions to suppress the will of the citizens choice for political seats in this democracy, and maintain the status quo of white supremacy! all one need to do is look at the
January 6th 2021 insurrection on the capitol to see the two separate justice's. One for white privilege and the other for unequal treatment for other's. The results from such an insurrection by any other people would of been met with deadly force and there would have been murder charges and indictments placed on any other group other than these racist white supremacist. As you can
See they caused the death's of capitol police and NONE have been charged for murder or even manslaughter! who is the real criminals. How much more blatant can WHITE POWER get?
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