Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Kermit Carolina responds to criticisms of his idea for civil injunctions

In a statement, New Haven mayoral candidate Kermit Carolina responded to criticism of his idea for civil injunctions for repeat violent offenders.

This is Carolina's statement, unedited here:








1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the problem? Who would be offended with the implementation of Civil Injunctions? We have tried almost everything, why not try this? What is so wrong about making it a crime for a known, convicted or suspected drug dealer from standing on a corner or on a block or in an area where drugs are known to be bought and sold? What is so wrong about making it a crime if an individual who has been arrested or convicted of a crime with a handgun to be in the company of someone with a handgun? What other solutions does ANYONE have to offer? I for one, am afraid for a teen center to open because as Principal Carolina said, it will NOT be used as an alternative by that dealer or that shooter. I am afraid of what it WILL be used for by that dealer or that shooter. Civil injunctions will bring some peace and calm to neighborhoods where the people who actually LIVE there are held hostage by the criminals. So if not civil injunctions, what plan do you have?

http://www.thefreelibrary.com/The+civil+injunction.-a020445888

June 4, 2013 at 8:06 PM 

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