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SHOCKING: Mandatory Minimum Sentences For Child Luring 'UNCONSTITUTIONAL' Supreme Court Says

• Banned.video - Press for Truth - Dan Dicks
 

In a shocking turn of events the Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that mandatory minimum sentences for child luring is unconstitutional and it violates the Charter of Rights' protection against cruel and unusual punishment.

A man who was convicted of having "illegal sexual intercourse" with a child had his sentence temporarily reduced from 1 year to 5 months (then switched back after an appeal) setting a new precedent in Canada for the normalization of pedophilia!

In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth shows how the powers that ought not be are making it easier for sexual predators to commit their crimes while at the same time censoring those of us who expose what's going on!

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Comment by tittiger
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We are a nation of morons: How in hell does SCOTUS get jurisdiction on "child luring" when this sate power is not delegated in the Constitution? And the 10th amendment makes damn sure that it is reserved to the States? I mist reiterate... the average IQ of Americans seems to be around room temperature when they do not challenge even obvious things like this.

Comment by tittiger
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We are a nation of morons: How in hell does SCOTUS get jurisdiction on "child luring" when this sate power is not delegated in the Constitution? And the 10th amendment makes damn sure that it is reserved to the States? I mist reiterate... the average IQ of Americans seems to be around room temperature when they do not challenge even obvious things like this.

Comment by tittiger
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We are a nation of morons: How in hell does SCOTUS get jurisdiction on "child luring" when this sate power is not delegated in the Constitution? And the 10th amendment makes damn sure that it is reserved to the States? I mist reiterate... the average IQ of Americans seems to be around room temperature when they do not challenge even obvious things like this.

Comment by tittiger
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We are a nation of morons: How in hell does SCOTUS get jurisdiction on "child luring" when this sate power is not delegated in the Constitution? And the 10th amendment makes damn sure that it is reserved to the States? I mist reiterate... the average IQ of Americans seems to be around room temperature when they do not challenge even obvious things like this.

Comment by tittiger
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We are a nation of morons: How in hell does SCOTUS get jurisdiction on "child luring" when this sate power is not delegated in the Constitution? And the 10th amendment makes damn sure that it is reserved to the States? I mist reiterate... the average IQ of Americans seems to be around room temperature when they do not challenge even obvious things like this.

Comment by tittiger
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We are a nation of morons: How in hell does SCOTUS get jurisdiction on "child luring" when this sate power is not delegated in the Constitution? And the 10th amendment makes damn sure that it is reserved to the States? I mist reiterate... the average IQ of Americans seems to be around room temperature when they do not challenge even obvious things like this.

Comment by tittiger
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We are a nation of morons: How in hell does SCOTUS get jurisdiction on "child luring" when this sate power is not delegated in the Constitution? And the 10th amendment makes damn sure that it is reserved to the States? I mist reiterate... the average IQ of Americans seems to be around room temperature when they do not challenge even obvious things like this.



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