New bill passed is named after Charles Manson
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House Democrats approved on Wednesday the Charles Manson Justice for serial murderers Act.
The bill would prohibit the use of force when arresting serial murderers and penalties for any law enforcement officer who disrespects anyone who has committed a crime that has resulted in multiple deaths.
Testimonies from families of Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, John Wayne Gacy, and many more stated that just because their family members had brutally raped, killed, and tortured other human beings, that officers had no right to disrespect them and accuse them of being murderers. "They are people too." said one of Richard Ramirez family members.
The bill which will go in to effect February 31, 2022 will not allow police officers to: Talk loud to any suspected serial killer, knock on their doors any louder than 85 decibels because it might scare them while they are sleeping, yell from outside the house "come out with your hands where we can see them" because it is considered harassment,, make them wear handcuffs behind their backs because serial killers may need to scratch their nose or get something outof their eye while in custody, publish the suspects name in any form using public media because of the embarrassment for the individual.
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