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Stricter child abuse Laws - Save The Children

49 Signatures Goal: 100

Each day you read about child abuse,molested children, child rape, and killing of children, either by someone they know, a stranger, or by a sex offender. In some cases a known sex offened that had served time as a sex offender, and was released. These people pray on innocent children, and do not seem to be afraid of the concequences that they face as punishment. Their actions must be stopped! The only way that this can be done is by changing our laws and make it known that we will not tolerate even one incidence. The offenders need to know that there is not a 3 strike law in the case of child abuse of any kind. The law needs to be harsh enough that any offender will think twice before he/she abuses, kills or kidnaps a child. These people do not get better, they just get sicker and do more evil. The laws need to not offer these people a second chance. (they do not give their victim a second chance or thought) The Law needs to state Death Penalty! No second chance and no discussion. These people need to be punished swiftly and justly.

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    Melodye McKaye United States
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    Carol Johnson United States
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    Taylor Scott United States
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    Jennifer United States
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    Kim Whitaker United States
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    Connie United States
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    SEBASTIAN CARSS Germany
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    Carrie Wright United States
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