A dramatic conclusion by a county prosecutor is raising the bar on the so called “Safe-T-Act.” In yet another factor on the road to lawlessness, consider the words of a Illinois Democratic prosecutor.
A Democratic prosecutor in the Chicago-area is sounding the alarm over a criminal justice reform law that will “tie the hands” of prosecutors and “destroy the criminal justice system in Illinois.”
The Safety, Accountability, Fairness and Equity-Today (SAFE-T) Act, signed by Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker, D-Ill., in 2021, will implement sweeping reforms to Illinois’ criminal justice system, though it has drawn criticism from law enforcement professionals across the political spectrum.
“I never, in my 40-years in this profession, ever thought I’d ever see anything close to this,” Will County State’s Attorney James Glasgow told Fox News Digital in an interview. “The intent of this law is to destroy the criminal justice system in Illinois, and I’m not going to let that happen.”
This same conclusion was asserted in my new book. Though the Safe-T Act was not addressed in my book, my conclusion was derived from years of experience in the legal system. Looking at the changes made by progressives the past few years, I concluded that the “goal” of these was either so misplaced that they are devoid of anything close to sound public policy. So much so, that another conclusion must be considered. That is to “destroy the criminal justice system.” This is the same conclusion asserted by Mr. Glasgow.
Here is one excerpt from my book:
…”here is my conclusion: these policy decisions were planned. Not in the typical way outlined above. They were advocated by progressives in a similar fashion as CRT, Systemic Racism, the 1619 project, BLM, “reforming” criminal justice, and other lesser ‘thinking.’ Essentially, when the right “trigger” occurred, they were quickly initiated. The influence of the “mob” may have also played a part.”
Is it Possible that Destroying the System is Desired?
Short answer. Yes. Long answer…read my book. The dots connected are hard to deny. As are the facts, logic, and the supporting materials.
To get a picture what I contend is needed going forward , I articulated a new policing model, called “Public Safety Policing.” This model will help prevent system collapse!
Check out its description on my website:
In closing, much more needs to be said and done! Stay focused on what is going on. And, come back for more information as the approaching train wreck is forthcoming.