♦Say "NO MORE!!" to School violence
"The School Child Endangerment Act of 2011"
(The School Child Endangerment Act of 2011)
(Section 1)(a)Any person entering onto school property with an unauthorized firearm (gun), an explosive device, or any device that has the capacity to act as a "weapon of mass destruction" will be considered to have placed every person on the school property at that time of violation, in immediate and serious danger of great bodily injury, death, and/or severe emotional trauma, therefore the violator will be be charged with MANDATORY multiple felonies(see section 1a) under "Sam LaCara's Law" (The School Child Endangerment Act of 2011). (1b) each school child is considered an individual, and as such, when gathered together on a school campus individual students create a group, therefore on a school campus where there is located, more than one student, a violator in acordance with 1a, will be charged with "endangering a group of students on a school campus", a mandatory felony, which cannot be reduced to a misdemeanor for any reason.
[MOST of the exceptions referred to in CA PC 626.9, will be added to (section 1), example of those exceptions: a firearm that is locked in the trunk of a vehicle in the School parking lot will not apply to section (1a), and other exceptions of a similar nature]
*However, the moment that the firearm is removed from the locked trunk it becomes applicable to section (1a)
(Section 2)(a) The felony charge in accordance with section (1a), will be separate from any other charges filed against the violator(2b) a conviction in accordance with section 1a will be punishable with State prison of a duration no less than 25 years and no more than the remainder of the violator's natural life in State Prison (2c) In the event that 1 student is singled out by the violator, the violator will be charged with "endangering a single student on a school campus", a mandatory felony, in addition to "endangering a group of students on a school campus".(2d) In accordance with section (1a) and (2b) "endangering a single student on a school campus", a felony, cannot be reduced to a misdemeanor for any reason.(2e) a conviction in accordance (2c) will be punishable with a State Prison sentence of no less than 7 years and no more than 15 years(2f) a conviction in accordance with (1b) and a conviction in accordance (2c) by the same voilator in the same case, will result in the individual sentencing for each charge in accordance (2b) and (2e) and the sentences must be served consecutively, there will be no reason allowed to serve the sentences concurrently.
(Section 3)(a) Teachers, administrators, parent volunteers, and any other person on campus, other than the violator(s), will hereinafter in this section be referred to as "other people"(3b) other people located on the school campus at the time of the violation in accordance with (1a), (2b), and (2e) will be considered "additional people endangered on a school campus"(3c) an additional charge of "endangering other people on a school campus", a mandatory felony, will be added to any other charges. (3d) a conviction of "endangering other people on a school campus" will be punishable with a State Prison sentence of no less than 10 years and no more than 15 years.(3e) The sentence in accordance with (3d) must be served consecutively with any other sentences in the same case, no reason will be allowed to serve the sentence concurrently.