Marxist Restorative Justice drove America to anarchy

….what happens in a typical sanctuary city or state run by communist elected officials. Sanctuary City Lexington, Kentucky is a microcosm of what is happening to the United States. Demise of American Jurisprudence and all inherent associated problems can be traced back to the Marxist revolutions of the 1960’s in the United States. A general disrespect for the rule of law was translated into numerous communist humanist laws that distorted the concept of American Jurisprudence so much as to make it unrecognizable.

Decline of United States Justice and respect for rule of law is exemplified by what happens in a typical sanctuary city or state run by communist elected officials. Sanctuary City Lexington, Kentucky is a microcosm of what is happening to the United States. Demise of American Jurisprudence and all inherent associated problems can be traced back to the Marxist revolutions of the 1960’s in the United States. A general disrespect for the rule of law was translated into numerous communist humanist laws that distorted the concept of American Jurisprudence so much as to make it unrecognizable.

We have as a result seen an explosion of crime in every aspect of our lives from our homes, neighborhoods, parks, schools, workplaces all the way to our government centers themselves. We now live in a world of restrictive police actions directed at all of society instead of criminals who cause the problems. There is widespread anarchy and overcrowded jails with no respect for law and order at any level of society. Victims have no legal recourse before the courts. The Marxist revolution was designed to destroy the United States from within and violated over 5000 years of criminal justice protocol founded in teachings of religious leaders, and the greatest philosophers of the time.

Kentucky like most Sanctuary States, has a communist, humanist, rehabilitative, "restorative justice" system that insists rights of criminals are equal to or superior to those of their victims "to benefit society."

There is no retributive justice that distinguishes injuries suffered by victims on an equal basis with punishment meted out to their offender. The Marxist revolution of the 1960’s promoted changes in the laws to protect prisoners’ and criminal rights that were upheld by left wing activist Supreme Court justices in violation of the United States Constitution. That movement has worked to violate the retributive foundation of our judicial and penal system developed in the Constitution and rule of law by our founding fathers.

The communist restorative system promotes criminal behavior, anarchy and vigilantism by not providing proper punishment for the offender at least equal to harm they did to the victim. There is no justice for victims. Restorative justice supporters naively suggest it is best for "society to create a better person out of the criminal" once the crime has been committed. Punishment only makes the criminal more violent and does not deter crime. They fail to recognize the Justice system is about justice and not a social agency for protecting predatory criminals that prey on society.

John Locke (1632-1704) rule of law “Where all is but dream, reasoning and arguments are of no use, truth and knowledge nothing.”

There is no viable evidence to support restorative theory of justice. Study after study indicates increased rates of criminal behavior from juveniles to adults that are given light or reduced sentences for their criminal behavior. The victim is damaged by both the offender and the justice system. It doesn't pay to report crime. Swift and sure punishment is not a fear for the criminals anymore.

Restorative justice is a theory of criminal justice that focuses on crime as an act against another individual rather than the state. The victim plays a major role in the process and may receive some type of restitution from the offender. "Restorative justice is a broad term which encompasses a growing social movement to institutionalize peaceful approaches to harm, problem-solving and violations of legal and human rights…Rather than privileging the law, professionals and the state, restorative resolutions engage those who are harmed, wrongdoers and their affected communities in search of solutions that promote repair, reconciliation and the rebuilding of relationships. …Restorative approaches seek a balanced approach to the needs of the victim, wrongdoer and community through processes that preserve the safety and dignity of all" [Suffolk University, College of Arts & Sciences, Center for Restorative Justice].

Note: The United States Constitution and criminal justice system is based on the premise that criminal law violations are acts against the state and not the individual. The individual has no right to prosecute for criminal acts as it is the state and people as a whole who are victims of criminal acts. This basic premise of our system of law assures us that no man is above the law and no victim will act to avenge the criminal act against them. Vigilantism and anarchy result when the victims get to exact the justice they think they deserve.

John Locke (1632-1704) rule of law rights to revolt “Whenever the legislators endeavor to take away and destroy the property of the people, or to reduce them to slavery under arbitrary power, they put themselves into a state of war with the people, who are thereupon absolved from any further obedience.”

John Locke (1690) writings influenced Voltaire and Rousseau, many Scottish Enlightenment thinkers, as well as the American revolutionaries. This influence is reflected in the American Declaration of Independence. His works had a great influence on the rule of law adopted by the United States framers of the Constitution. The theories were reflected in the writings of Thomas Jefferson the scholar that drafted the Declaration of Independence. This is the basis of our rule of law in the United States. It is what made us a strong nation.

Thomas Jefferson "It is not only vain, but wicked, in a legislature to frame laws in opposition to the laws of nature, and to arm them with the terrors of death. This is truly creating crimes in order to punish them." Thomas Jefferson -(1743-1826), US Founding Father, drafted the Declaration of Independence, 3rd US President Source: Note on the Crimes Bill, 1779

Natural law and the law of God demand retribution for harm done to victims. It does not recognize rights of the criminal. They give up their rights when they choose to violate the pure rule of law. Failure of government to recognize victim rights is a massive breakdown in any system of Justice. Victims must rely on their own means for justice when no justice is provided by government.

Retributive justice ( concerned with the proper response to wrongdoing. For instance, the lex talionisThe phrase "an eye for an eye", (Hebrew: עין תחת עין ) is a quotation from Exodus 21:23–27 in which a person who has taken the eye of another in a fight is instructed to give his own eye in compensation. At the root of the non-Biblical form of this principle is the belief that one of the purposes of the law is to provide equitable retaliation for an offended party…a theory of retributive justice which says proper punishment should be equal to the wrong suffered: "life for life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth, hand for hand, foot for foot, wound for wound, stripe for stripe." (Exodus 21.xxiii-xxv. the second book of the Jewish Torah.

Sanctuary City Lexington Kentucky Demoncratic and RINO leaders exemplify destruction of a Sanctuary City, by elected officials' treason, incompetence, misfeasance, malfeasance, and nonfeasance of duties. Demoncratic Mayor Jim Newberry is totally responsible for sanction of violation of rule of law and the United States constitution. He is responsible for resultant rising gang violence in Sanctuary City Lexington Kentucky. Newberry is now like most communist leaders demanding increased taxes to pay for more illegal criminal aliens to come to our city.

Lack of law enforcement and outright violation of rule of law created a state of anarchy that drives middle class income producing citizens from the city. Property values drop precipitously as illegal alien criminals buy low priced vacated homes subsidized by illegal government grants in former nice neighborhoods. The government tax base shrinks as property and income values, the two main sources of revenue, decline.

There is no motivation for businesses to relocate to Lexington or Kentucky because of high tax rates, lawless anarchy, and poor school systems that rank last in every category, and an impossible criminal government that assures the state will always be last in every economic category. Corrupt officials insist on using revenues to support criminal special interest groups. Horse farmers, building contractors and the service industry always get what they want. There is an irreversible trend of decline that can not be changed without a revolution against this criminal enterprise.

The most recent Latin King gang related murders in Sanctuary City Lexington Kentucky are a direct result of failure of the restorative, rehabilitative justice system. Communist driven judiciary systems repeatedly reduced criminal charges for the main gang leader as a juvenile so he could be “rehabilitated as a good productive citizen of society.”

Note: Sanctuary City Lexington Kentucky Police department will not divulge legal status of Latin King Gang killers. The city police department believes in violation of rule of law and restorative justice.

The Marxist McClatchey Lexington Herald Leader reports: "Matthew S. Robey, 26, also known as "King Red Dog" — ordered the killing of Quiroz."

"A police report said Robey ordered one of the 15-year-olds to "cause serious physical injury" to Quiroz.

Robey, born in Illinois, has an extensive criminal history. According to divorce papers filed by his wife two months ago, he has lived in Kentucky for 11 years and has four children: three with his wife and one with another woman.

His criminal history includes several stays in jail and prison since 2000 for stealing auto parts, conspiring to deal in marijuana, theft and assault. His juvenile records are sealed, but court records indicate that a Lexington grand jury twice reviewed arrests for felony charges before he turned 18. In both cases the grand jury charged him with misdemeanors and his case was transferred to juvenile court, where records are not open to the public.

In 2006, Robey pleaded guilty to trying to run over a man with his truck. He was sentenced to three years in prison for wanton endangerment, but apparently was on parole at the time of the incident.

Robey asked a judge for shock probation in August 2006, but it was denied. He told the judge that he'd learned his lesson and had learned to respect others." Robey wrote: "I have had a lot of time to think of how my actions can hurt people that I really don't know … I'm unable to change the wrongs of my past, but I have given my life to the Lord, and I believe that I can change from the way I used to live."

Killer "King Red Dog Robey" learned at a young age how to ply his criminal trade and not be punished for his behavior. That knowledge has now been passed on to other young apprentice criminals who know it is best to commit the most atrocious criminal acts while under the age of 18 because they can get away with it.

They now use youngest gang members to murder and commit other felony criminal acts. Sanctuary City Lexington Kentucky has enhanced the problem by violating the law itself.

John Locke (1632-1704) rule of law “Good and evil, reward and punishment, are the only motives to a rational creature: these are the spur and reins whereby all mankind are set on work, and guided.”

Reports from Sanctuary Lexington Kentucky Police Department support more criminal behavior by minimizing the serious nature of the murder. "Lt. James Curless said police began making arrests early Tuesday and wrapped things up late Tuesday night. He said the juveniles were their first arrests. Curless said the community played a crucial role in solving this case."

John Locke (1632-1704) rule of law “The dread of evil is a much more forcible principle of human actions than the prospect of good.”

This statement was made by Curless to justify lack of rule of law when it involves Mexican National criminal illegal alien invasion. This is another bogus argument that has been proven wrong in other Sanctuary cities, because the "community" fears gang retribution and will not participate in criminal investigations. If the national Latin Kings come to kill those who testified, maybe Curless will correct this lie.

Curless said the gang "targeted a member of their own gang," but he declined to discuss possible motives."It was an internal gang-on-gang situation," he said. "I think that's an important aspect, an important part. It wasn't this gang targeting someone outside, or some unknown person. It was a member or person associated with their own gang."

Police detective Curless lied again when he emphasized the shooting was a "gang on gang" situation another bogus argument used to lessen severity of the act. These gang acts are meant to be a warning to all in the city that these people are ruthless and free to do as they want without fear of retribution by the judicial system. The S13, MS13, other Latin Kings, and Mexican gang cartels are all using this murder as evidence of their cruelty and brazenness. It will be a gang status symbol for all involved.

These same Sanctuary Lexington Kentucky Latin King gang members’ brothers were responsible for multiple random shootings in other jurisdictions in Virginia Beach. It is outrageous that the city continues to use the communist restorative justice "midnight basketball" "soccer mom" approach to police work and intermingle with known criminals but fail to arrest them. They know these criminal gang members but do nothing to arrest and deport them. They refuse to enforce the law, and now won't even tell us if these gang members are in the country legally.

Thomas Jefferson “There is no vice… so contemptible; he who permits himself to tell a lie once, finds it much easier to do it a second and a third time, till at length it becomes habitual…”

Police Chief Anthany Beatty betrayed his city and his country by refusing to comply with the rule of law. Now Sanctuary City Lexington Kentucky Police Chief Bastin continues in his footsteps. They lie and people die. Bastin lies and reports this is a new problem, when Mexican gangs have been a problem in the city for over 10 years.

John Locke (1632-1704) rule of law “All mankind… being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty or possessions.”

Criminal employers and traitor elected officials must pay the retributive price for their criminal behavior. Don't let our Police Chiefs, Mayors and elected officials continue to lie and let people die, don't let them tax our state and cities into the last place on earth anyone would want to live.

Kentucky can not afford to be the highest taxed, highest crime state and expect it to continue. The elected leaders have stolen all there is, there is no more. When justice is stolen there is nothing left to steal. Remember, “those without compassion deserve none.” We must hang those who betray us.”

John Locke (1632-1704) rule of law "Wherever law ends, Tyranny Begins." (1632 – 1704)

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