As the City of Whittier and the Greater Thin Blue Line Family grieves the senseless (and preventable) Murder of beloved Officer Keith Boyle, the comments of Officer Boyer's Chief (and close friend) NEED TO prompt a revisiting of supposed Crime Sentencing (Prop 47 and 57)/Incarceration Reforms (AB-109), that are responsible for endangering (not protecting) Californians ....., and those who supported them.
R.I.P. Whittier Police Officer Keith Boyer.
** Blogger's Notes:
Mercifully, a tragic week for California's Law Enforcement nears a grieving end as the California Highway Patrol
, Alameda County Sheriff
and the Whittier Police Department
respectively, mourn the tragic lost of an Officer in the Line of Duty. In the former "Golden State Era of California", a super majority of state residences (including Red and Blue Politicos and Media) would stand together in support of the Thin Blue Line Family ......, when death comes too soon. But in the current 21st Century incarnation of a "One Party-ruling, Digressing Rust State on the Pacific", the preventable DEATH
of a COMMUNAL HERO
, is met with legislated silence (that seeks to deafens a growing, righteous Backlash) .........., and a repugnant "Act of Editorial Admonishment (via the LA Times)" that WRONGFULLY targets a grieving Whittier Police Chief Jeff Piper
friend of deceased Officer Keith Boyle). Bluntly, with ABSOLUTELY
no apologies to those pictured below, their support of AB-109
, Prop 47
and Prop 57
, have created new "Criminal Enterprise (and Danger) Zones," with adverse connotations for the General Populace, and especially those sworn to maintain Law and Order. There is nothing progressive when failed Public Safety Policies are becoming INCREASINGLY
responsible for a rising Crime Rate in places such as the City of Los Angeles, that has prompted a certain "Second Term-seeking, MIA Mayor Gar-SOFT-ee" to EMBARGO the release of current (rising) Crime Stats
to after the March 7 Elections ........, while giving thanks to those who have served "their Time"----Scott Johnson.
Governor Jerry Brown has been unapologetic in his support of AB-109, Prop 47 and Prop 57 ........, while being subject to deserved indignation
in regards to their respective roles in the deaths of Law Enforcement Officers.
Assemblyman (and floundering Congressional Candidate)
Jimmy Gomez once told a Northeast LA audience that there would NEVER
be any revisions to AB-109 that protects the public ........, and Law Enforcement.
The Los Angeles Times, who have editorialized their support of AB-109
, Prop 47
, Prop 57
and has become a "Anti-Cop Fishwrap of Record", engaged in a repugnant "Act of Editorial Admonishment", targeting Whittier Police Chief Jeff Piper .......,as the following excerpt denotes.
The overwhelming grief felt by Whittier Police Chief Jeff Piper following the brutal killing Monday of Officer Keith Boyer is understandable. But public officials need to be held accountable for false or misleading statements that are calculated to sway opinion on important policy matters, even if those comments come during times of great duress. And unfortunately, Piper misused the occasion of Boyer’s traumatic death to lash out at recent criminal justice reforms.
......, and the Times used an inappropriate moment to attack a grieving friend of a fallen COMMUNAL HERO (our continuing thoughts and prayers.go out to families of this week's Fallen Officers noted----S.J)
Labels: AB-109, LA Times, Prop 47, Prop 57, Whittier Officer Keith Boyer