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Friday, March 27, 2015

Calif. AG Kamala Harris moves against sodomy criminalization

Kamala Harris, Esq., official government photo
Los Angeles, Calif...Attorney General Kamala D. Harris filed an action for declaratory relief this week seeking judicial authorization to not issue a title and summary for the so-called Sodomite Suppression Act.

The Act presented to her office by Matt McLaughlin of Huntington Beach could result in a death conviction for people caught in the act of buggery or sodomy. Touching for sexual gratification between members of the same sex could be punishable by two bullets to the head as outlined in the document. Distribution of "sodomistic" literature could lead to a $1 million fine, and/or 10 years in prison, or expulsion from the state for life.
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“As Attorney General of California, it is my sworn duty to uphold the California and United States Constitutions and to protect the rights of all Californians.  This proposal not only threatens public safety, it is patently unconstitutional, utterly reprehensible, and has no place in a civil society," Harris said.

"If the Court does not grant this relief, my office will be forced to issue a title and summary for a proposal that seeks to legalize discrimination and vigilantism,” she concluded in a written press release.

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