Even violent crime victims say our prisons are making crime worse

A first-of-its-kind national survey finds that victims of crime say they want to see shorter prison sentences, less spending on prisons and a greater focus on the rehabilitation of criminals. Full Article

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This is an opportunity to connect with these desenfranchised victims for real solutions. We are all being railroaded by this anti constitutional and counterproductive system that is serving only corrupt interests of the powerful, those who profit off the misery of others..

Timmr<< this is how itwill stay too Bro, if we cant find a way for many to pull together , don't care what anyone call it , commune , what ever , as many as can pull together , that stuff opened many doors in the 60'o early 70'o , everybody had a little job to do to help the place run smooth , as well as out side jobs , but when it was time to roll out , everyone in each commune would pull together and be boots on the ground where ever it was we needed to be , we had backers that helped us set up , some times it was just barrowed land , some times it was old trailer parks , sometimes we even had to hall our water in , set up kitchens , the backer we had owned fishing boats , I worked for him for about 14 years , 2 weeks on 1 week off , but on the commune I was head of percurement , I bought food as well as hooked up all the free stuff , I was also camp cook if I had time , at night everyone talked about what it was that we were trying to do , always looking for fresh ideas , we made signs , people that worked strait jobs payed the backer each month , he made money , and always seen to things like making sure we had power and what not , we made stuff like candels , and many things to sell , everyone was having a good time , and we pulled together , at some points we had well over 500 people , there was another commune down the road that had like between 300 and 400 people , there was one up nocal , and that place was not only big but , many great people , john trudell was at many of the west cost communes , as well the one I was living , we helped put them up because we sheared a common walk , this is the kind of thing that brings in many , and gives everyone more power to better wake people up , I aint any good at blog , but I can carry a sign , and if things turn bad , I am 1 of the guys you want on front line I am willing to help at all times , it would be great if we could all be in the history books as the next freedom movement , everyone of us need to be free , not just the ones that can afford it , but this is what we need , then the ball moves like steam roller rather than a snail that just keeps getting stepped on