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Mary Neal on Rev. Pinkney's BlogTalk Radio Show Sunday, 10/11 Saturday, October 3, 2009 2:28:27 AMFrom: Mary Neal View 1) death penalty 2) prison torture 3) solitary confinement 4) life without the possibility of parole 5) trying children as adults and life sentences for minors 6) mandatory sentencing 7) three-strikes laws 8) law of parties (sentencing all parties equally, regardless of parties' level of participation in crimes committed, i.e., Jeff Wood drove with the wrong person to a store in Texas) 9) criminalizing mental illness, including PTSD among American veterans 10) relocating prisoners out of state, which restricts visits even for sick prisoners 11) private prison profiteering - especially by decision-makers with positions in criminal justice (possible conflicts of interest) 12) excessive sentencing and unacceptable disparities in sentencing for similar offenses 13) enforcement of Freedom of Information Act 14) prisoner health care 15) increased funding for public defenders 16) post-conviction DNA testing 17) no penalty or misdemeanor charge for less than one oz. of marijuana 18) strict enforcement against police and prison brutality; prosecution of 100% of offenders 19) new trials with substantial new evidence, like Troy Davis has (Gov. Purdue or Pres. Obama should pardon Davis if he is not granted a new trial) 20) so-called "non-lethal weaponry" and the possibility of conflicts of interest amongst decision makers regarding police equipment purchases (Are they investors?) 21) illegal alien raids and arrests 22) racism and the socio-economic caste system in civil court and criminal justice 23) police profiling and abuse of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender persons families of abused or murdered prisoners (whether or not victims lived to reach jail)