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The Thick Red Line project is an effort to restore respect for law enforcement by abolishing victimless crime. We are concerned for the safety of both the police and the public in the wake of the George Floyd riots. We believe we have a solution that safeguards both and dramatically reduces the amount of violence in society while reducing costs to the tax payer, dramatically reduces the prison population, and frees up the police to focus on real crime. Victimless Crimes are Not Really Crimes… And Make the Cops the Criminals A real crime, by definition, has a perpetrator and a victim: murder, assault, rape, theft, and extortion are all obvious crimes because there is a victim. The “government” frequently institutes illogical, immoral and counter-productive “laws” (politician scribbles) that penalize peaceful, non-violent people for “crimes” that have no victim. Drug possession, gambling, and making arrests for ignoring Covid-19 lock down and social distancing orders are examples of victimless crimes where politicians attempt to get police to use violence immorally and preemptively on overwhelmingly peaceful people frequently to raise revenue. When the police use violence and coercion against peaceful people for victimless crimes it makes the cops the criminals who are engaged in kidnapping and extortion under the color of law. To restore the trust and faith in the police, we are suggesting that individual Sheriffs, police chiefs, deputies, police officers and elected officials organize their colleagues and departments through their union and/or collectively without the union into a department-wide refusal to enforce any law or regulation that doesn’t have a real victim. This would dramatically reduce the violence in society committed by the police, reduce the influence of organized crime by getting rid of drug, gambling and prostitution markets and reducing the more than 500K people imprisoned for victimless crimes.
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