I know what you whiners are going to say. The ordinances don’t specifically mention the death cult of Islam. No, but we didn’t have this problem with all the illegal Mexicans in Colorado, did we? We didn’t really have this problem with homeless people either, did we? The Religion of Piss lives up to its name once again.
3 sources, sheep.
From the article on Truth Revolt: Denver Decriminalizes Public Defecation To Make Life Easier For Migrants, Homeless
Making Denver Great Again … by allowing public defecation?
That’s the latest from the progressive city that seeks to ensure it “will not sacrifice” its “values or bend to a broken immigration system.”
The Denver City Council voted Monday to approve major sentencing reform (in other words, making penalties more lenient) on Class I and II offenses. The latter cover crimes like public defecation, panhandling and camping out on the sidewalk.
From the article on 9 News: Certain crimes will now have lighter sentences in Denver
Before the ordinance passed, all violations of Denver municipal code were punishable by up to a year in jail and/or a fine of up to $999.
The ordinance creates new sentencing categories that carry different penalties. Most municipal offenses will carry a maximum of 300 days in jail and up to a $999 fine. The ordinance also creates “Class 1” and “Class 2” offenses.
Class 1 offenses, which carry a maximum jail one-year jail sentence and/or a $999 fine.
- Bias-motivated offenses
- Sexually-motivated offenses
- Offenses against at-risk persons
- Assault on a law enforcement officer
- Assault with serious bodily harm
- Assault with strangulation
- Habitual domestic violence offender
Class 2 offenses, which carry a maximum 60-day jail sentence and no fine.
- Sitting or lying in the public right-of-way
- Unauthorized camping on public or private property prohibited
- Urinating or defecating in public
- Curfews and closures
- Storage and loading
- Solicitation on or near street or highway
Read between the lines on what Mayor Libtard says, sheep.
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