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Three Strikes Youre Out Law Essay written by cv5199hotmailcom We have all heard of the newest anti-crime law the Three strikes and youre out law It wasnt easy getting this law from the bill stage in Sacramento to the law stage because it is not a criminal friendly law Meaning that this laws purpose is to bring pain suffering and intimidation to criminals Our state government was basically ran by the Assembly Speaker Willie Brown now mayor of San Francisco Brown had the power to choose who sat on what committee in the house and using this he could terminate any bill he did not agree with And with this attitude it took a lot of patients and perseverance by the people trying to pass this bill But how did the bill become a bill I will answer this question with help of the Kimber Reynolds story Monday June 29 1992 in Fresno California a young woman was brutally murdered outside The Daily Planet a restaurant patronized by the local young people The girl was visiting home for the summer after being in the Los Angeles area attending school Her and a friend were getting into their car when two guys on a motorcycle rode up next to Kimber Reynolds blocking her in taking her purse and beating her into submission The story made the 11 oclock news only minutes after her father had gone to bed When police ran a background check on the two suspected men Joeseph Micheal Davis and Douglas Walker both men had recently been released on parole with multiple offenses on their records Unfortunately Davis was never brought in because when police were attempting to arrest him he began firing wounding unsuspecting police officers and ultimately being killed Douglas Walker was convicted of accessory to murder Mike Reynolds Kimbers father went on the radio on a local radio show called the Ray Appleton Show KMJ 580 There he
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