PA Governor Corbett Signs 'Mumia Bill'
Just a few feet from the site where Philadelphia Police Officer Daniel Faulkner was gunned down by Mumia Abu-Jamal in 1981, Gov. Corbett on Tuesday signed into law a bill that would censor former offenders from causing victims mental anguish.
With Faulkner's widow, Maureen, at his side Corbett assured the crowd that the law was not just about one particular killer.
Instead, he gave his rationale for signing what he called the "Revictimization Relief Act."
"Over the years we've heard much about the constitutional rights of prison inmates when the focus should be on victims," Corbett said.
Corbett added that the victim's right to seek redress in court had been overlooked for far too long.
"This bill was meant to strengthen, to clarify, and to empower the victims," Corbett said.
Of course, some of the "Free Mumia" bottom-feeders were there protesting the bill, which just shows that it is necessary. They are all probably too stupid to understand that they were making the case for the very thing they were opposing merely by being present.
That leftists have turned this murderer into a celebrity is really all anyone needs to know about the direction of politics in this country since the progressives began hijacking the Democrats and all things left-of-center in the early 1970s. One would think that a life sentence would be enough to keep a murderer out of the way of the victim's family and legislation against the academic celebration of these sociopaths wouldn't be necessary.
One would think.