Sunday, September 30, 2007

Judge Rules For Inmates Suing
Over Prison Conditions

Staff - September 24th, 2007 - Agence France Presse

In a key ruling, US District Court judge Dean Pregerson said jail officials were guilty of "cruel and unusual punishment" by making inmates sleep on concrete floors because no beds were available, the Los Angeles Times reported.

"Quite simply, that a custom of leaving inmates nowhere to sleep but the floor constitutes cruel and unusual punishment is nothing short of self-evident," Pregerson ruled in a class-action lawsuit.

Nowhere but the floor is cruel and unusual punishment? Mankind slept in more uncomfortable circumstances than this for most of our existence. Below are some pictures of American troops defending our nation. They are proud of taking care of business. They see this as acceptable discomfort, not cruel and unusual.

Why do Democrat Judges care more about the comfort of criminals than they ever care about our citizens? That is what this ruling is. Concern for comfort of criminals. Calling it "cruel and unusual" is simly standard exagerration by these unelected judicial tyrants. They don't care if a citizen dies or how our taxes are wasted. They only care about their power.


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