This For Sure Won't Backfire: Suspects under 16 years old can no longer be tried as adults in California

#1


This is the best part... so when little 15 year Paco executes some family he won't be charged as an adult...

 
#2
Hillarious:


So they get out later as adults and rejoin their gangs and commit more crimes...

 

Creasy Bear

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Hillarious:


So they get out later as adults and rejoin their gangs and commit more crimes...

They already did this in Chicago, and it led to an explosion in the number of carjackings. The "yutes" quickly figured out that they basically had immunity from serious prosecution, and they started jacking cars as a fun little youth activity.

I'm sure that was a fluke though, a statistical anomaly. I'm sure nothing like that will happen in California.
 
#7
They already did this in Chicago, and it led to an explosion in the number of carjackings. The "yutes" quickly figured out that they basically had immunity from serious prosecution, and they started jacking cars as a fun little youth activity.

I'm sure that was a fluke though, a statistical anomaly. I'm sure nothing like that will happen in California.
Well did you see the fun thing about even if they commit a violent act they can't be charged as an adult...
 

Ballbuster1

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#10
:haha7: California sucks a fat dick. Good luck bros!
 

domelogic

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They already did this in Chicago, and it led to an explosion in the number of carjackings. The "yutes" quickly figured out that they basically had immunity from serious prosecution, and they started jacking cars as a fun little youth activity.

I'm sure that was a fluke though, a statistical anomaly. I'm sure nothing like that will happen in California.

I guess he wants bad people to exploit kids. Car jacking will go up, murders will be done by thugs this age or less, selling drugs, robberies, etc. Hey yo it’s like a free pass. The adults don’t have to risk anything now. Ah the stupidity of California
 
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