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MI: Eliminating statute of limitations on child molestation could be unconstitutional

LANSING — A panel of Michigan lawmakers questioned the constitutionality of a bill to allow criminal cases against people accused of molesting children decades ago, despite emotional testimony from alleged victims of a Norton Shores man.

House Bill 4231 would retroactively remove all statute of limitations on first-degree criminal sexual conduct of a minor. In 2001, the Michigan Legislature eliminated the statute of limitations on first-degree criminal sexual conduct, which prior to that was six years. Full Article

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“Our children are first and foremost in this state and county … but we do have some violations on constitutionality,” he said.

There it is, the old “Let’s forfeit the constitution because its for the children”

“The state must declare the child to be the most precious treasure of the people. As long as the government is perceived as working for the benefit of the children, the people will happily endure almost any curtailment of liberty and almost any deprivation.” Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf

It’s these kind of people that lead this nation into the depths of oppression and chaos not seen since Hitler ruled in Europe.

I am a stickler for accurate information, and in this case there is a fundamental inaccuracy. The quote you cite is actually extracted from an essay, written in the form of a FICTIONAL letter by a then-deceased Adolf Hitler to a German war criminal during the Nuremburg trials in the mid to late ’40’s. This essay was written by Rabbi Daniel Lapin in 1999 for the American Enterprise Magazine. Source of the letter: Here is the pertinent exerpt from the source, with all grammatical marks left intact, although I have bolded the target: Finally, dear Julius, you will remember… Read more »

Even after the Stogner decision didn’t Senator Alquist TRY AGAIN in Calif 2009 session with SB-46 ? And didn’t it get shot down in Public Safety who said the bill would appear to “aggravate the prison overcrowding crisis”? Not sure I remember it right, but I wuz California dreamin …..

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