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VA: Lawmakers say judges being too lenient on people possessing child porn

RICHMOND, Va. (WRIC) — Beginning July 1 last year, people convicted of possession of child porn were subject to more lenient punishments after sentencing guidelines for the charge were reduced.

“We think that that decision is irresponsible; it affects public safety,” said Camille Cooper with the National Association to Protect Children.

Cooper supports bills including SB 1278 that aim at making sentencing guidelines what they were prior to last year’s changes. Full Article

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What can I do to fight back? The question we ALL on the registry and family members should be asking. It only takes one small candle light to chase away darkness in a room. How can I make a difference in my community, work and/or social group? How can I affect change where I live? Perhaps attend a local event or go to a local city council meeting would be a good start. Get to know your elected officials and in your own way let them know your position. I train registrants and their families on how I get people voted into and out of office via our local salons and barbershops. I provide close to cost the equipment to impact boots on the ground and in the communities. Our fight is a righteous one. Like Janice says..SHOW UP, STAND UP, SPEAK UP. Hope to catch you at the next meeting. Robert Curtis (949) 872-8768

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