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Government distribution and taxation for medical problems 
associated with drug use 

Purpose: Cut out all middle men between the drug manufacturers and the final consumers. The government would distribute the drugs to pharmacies at the actual cost the government pays for the drugs. The pharmacies would be allowed by law to mark the drug up by only 10%. The drug user would be required to sign a document evidencing that they have been made aware of all the negative side effects. The document would also be a waiver of all rights the user would otherwise have to the public healthcare system if he or she becomes ill as a result of consumption of a drug. Public healthcare for drug related illness would be financed by a healthcare tax on the drugs. The tax rate would be determined annually in much the same way as insurance premiums but without the profit component. 

Convert the DEA and all other narcotics divisions to anti-terrorist, anti-child molestation, and anti-violence divisions. 

Purpose: To use the intelligence training these groups have already received and put it to the invaluable use of declaring war on terrorism, child molestation and violence. 

Mandatory life in prison for rape, murder, and child molestation.


Purpose: To insure that no one in the free world ever comes in contact with a person who has been convicted of one of these crimes. We will put an end to previously convicted repeat offenders. LIFE IN PRISON will mean LIFE IN PRISON and the only basis for pardon or commutation of sentence will be innocence.



Mandatory drug and health education from kindergarten through 12th grade.



Purpose: To insure that adults have the proper educational background to make scientifically intelligent choices about what drugs and foods to consume or not consume. The long term effect should be a reduction of the burden on our health care system. The education will be fact based and not driven by emotion or prejudice. Every drug will be evaluated and rated according to how high it gets a consumer, how long the high lasts, how physically addictive the drug is, how psychologically addictive the drug is, what parts of the body are negatively impacted by use of the drug, whether or not a user of the drug is more likely to have problems with work, school and family relations, whether the drug reduces criminal or sexual inhibitions and whether or not users are more likely to have relationship problems. A similar breakdown of all foods would be part of this comprehensive education plan.



Create a two tiered prison system whereby tier one gives a large amount of freedom to its residents and tier two is an inexpensive, small quartered, lock down facility.



Purpose: To reduce the burden society has to bear to keep certain criminals from coming in contact with the free world and to give these criminals the opportunity to lead as normal a life as possible without coming in contact with the free world. The tier one residents would occupy a farm whereby every activity is monitored via camera. The farm would be virtually self sufficient and as long as the prisoners behave they remain there. If they prove incapable of proper behavior they are moved to tier two. Depending on the offense committed in tier one they may or may not become eligible for return to tier one after a stay in tier two.

 

 

About Your Team

  • Perry Sanders, Jr.Perry attended undergraduate school at University of Arkansas and LSU. He graduated from LSU in 1976. He graduated from LSU law school in 1981. Although he has tried very serious criminal cases, his practice at this time is primarily focused on mass tort and complex litigation. He has guest lectured or spoken at universities, civic organizations, Continuing Legal Education seminars and numerous public forums on topics ranging from drug law reform to environmental contamination issues. 

    Although he does not currently do criminal defense work, he is an outspoken advocate for reform of the criminal justice system and advocates abolishing current drug laws so the criminal justice system can focus on the capture and punishment of rapists, child molesters, murderers and other violent criminals. He is founder of Stop The Hypocrisy™, a company whose mission is to reform the criminal justice system. The company's mission statement can be found at stoptheh.com .
  • Bobby Brown

    Employed as the youngest Deputy Sheriff hired as of the date of October 1971, at the age of 21 at the El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. CO-FOUNDER of the first NARCOTICS and INTELLIGENCE Bureau, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. First full time undercover NARCOTICS agent, El Paso County Sheriff. Promoted to Detective, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. Promoted to Detective Sergeant, El Paso County Sheriff’s Office. Promoted to Detective Lieutenant, in charge of MAJOR CRIMES AGAINST PERSONS, at the age of 24, the youngest Lieutenant in the history of the Sheriffs Office as of that date.

    1976 accepted an UNDERCOVER position to work on the Western Slope, founded the first Narcotics and Intelligence Bureau for the Craig Department of Public Safety. Rose to the rank of Assistant Chief of Police. Worked on numerous homicide Investigations and ALL major crimes against persons.

    Accepted assignment to work UNDERCOVER In ROCK SPRINGS, Wyoming. Worked undercover on the case of Chief of Police ED CANTRELL who went to trial for the murder of one of his UNDERCOVER police officers. Famous criminal defense attorney JERRY SPENCE represented Chief Cantrell. Chief Cantrell accepted a job as a land an cattle inspector. During that undercover investigation, we infiltrated ORGANIZED CRIME activity, UNION BOMBINGS, DRUGS, etc.

    Accepted assignment with the COLORADO ORGANIZED CRIME STRIKE FORCE, working UNDERCOVER directly under the direction of the Colorado Attorney General.