"Victimless" Crime Constitutes 86% of The Federal Prison Population!

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  1. #1 Limecat, Nov 20, 2011
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    This link might as well read: "Square circles constitute 86% of all circles." There is no such thing as a square circle. There is no such thing as a victimless crime.

    Victimless Crime Constitutes 86% of The Federal Prison Population | Libertarian News

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    A "victimless crime" is an insane concept, just like a "crimeless crime". If your body or other property has not been damaged, then you do not have standing to bring a case.

    The dog fighter, the heroin dealer, the insider trader, and any other of the people who the state labels "criminal" despite having committed a crime against no one are sentenced to rape regularly. What sort of a society supports this? I'm against rape as a form of punishment in general, but it seems especially ludicrous, tyrannical, and evil when the state sentences people to rape for doing things like avoiding taxes or selling raw milk.

    Rape Factories - Reason Magazine









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  2. Nice post man. Great topic. This insanity has got to end.

    Corrupt congress has every incentive to write more public order laws and tougher drug war legislation since they are likely invested in the private prison industry on wall street.

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  3. The crack in the US government is that it seems like it was built on making more never ending laws. There should be a limit of how many laws can be put in place in a yearly or decade specification.
  4. Awesome post. I'd rep you if it would let me.
  5. Great post OP, it's fucking disgusting. Saw this the other day as well....

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Gw2OCmHwLk&feature=channel_video_title]Private Prison Charges Inmates $5 a Minute For Calls - YouTube[/ame]
  6. You cannot change the morality of people by attempting to regulate said behavior.

    No kidding :confused_2:

    The moral crusaders send their own to prison for victimless crimes (ironic term) at their own expense and to the benefit of the top 1%.
  7. 86% of the fed prison population is innocent? What is this, Guantanamo bay?

    I feel so sorry for their families, every night going to sleep without a father, a brother, a sister a mother, and for their partners, with an empty space left where his or her body should lie next to them.

    That's what it's all about guys, what it comes down too. This is why we preach freedom despite it's unpopularity, because eventually we will all be criminals. The people will be free one day.
  8. #8 Swills, Nov 20, 2011
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    No such thing as a victimless crime? I disagree.

    So growing my pot and smoking is isn't a victimless crime?
  9. Is it suprising that I am not suprised about this suprising statistic?

  10. He means a victimless crime isn't a crime at all
  11. If it wasn't for paraphernalia and possession charges court dockets would be so quiet....

  12. news reporter: president paul has refused to sign the 2013 budget for the DEA. when asked what they will be pursuing now that funding has been cut for the war on drugs a doj spokesperson responded with this

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  13. ^ Hey now, I think the DEA would actually do a pretty good job as a road cleanup crew.

  14. yeah, but think of how many dogs that would get shot per mile cleaned
  15. Well, I mean someone has to make exorbitantly high profits off leftover food stuffs.

    A grocery store wouldn't buy potatoes from a level 3 purveyor for even $0.50/lb, but the Federal Bureau of Prisons is willing to pay 3 times that for the same potatoes!

    Prison is a business and its inventory is American lives.
  16. ‎911 is useless. There should be a 211, 611, 711, and 811 who compete with 911 to secure the liberty of their customers. The state-backed police are a bunch of federal welfare junkies who prosecute innocent people and ignore guilty people.

    Driven By Drug War Incentives, Cops Target Pot Smokers, Brush Off Victims Of Violent Crime


  17. Man it would be awesome if I could call a number and say, "I need help. The cops are here".

  18. :devious:

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