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Too Lenient on Violent Criminals
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The Heritage Foundation is having a very important event on Monday at 11:30, in conjuction with the release of a new book by Charles “Cully” Stimson” and Andrew Grossman, about the problem of treating violent criminals too leniently just because they aren’t yet 18. The forumis called “Adult Time for Adult Crimes: Exposing the Movement to Set Free Juvenile Killers and Violent Offenders.” In addition to Stimson, a senior legal fellow at Heritage, the forum also features noted trial attorney David Horowitz and Paul Wallace of the Delaware Department of Justice. (Grossman just left Heritage to take up a federal court clerkship.) The book is embargoed until Monday, but suffice it to say that it is chock full of examples of horrible violent criminals who darn well were old enough to nkow exactly what they were doing, and who are extremely dangerous, who nevertheless get treated with, yes, kid gloves, and then get let out to terrorize other innocent victims. Do be on the lookout for the book, available from Heritage.

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