A treatise on the criminal law of the United States: comprising a general view of the criminal jurisprudence of the common and civil law, and a digest of the penal statutes of the general government and of Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Ohio; with the decisions on cases arising upon those statutes, by Francis Wharton...

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Kay & brother, 1861 - Law
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Dear President Obama or someone: Please do something about preventing crime over the U.S.A. [i.e.] getting policemen to search houses and if the policemen sees anyone suspicious like [attempted] child abduction, child abuse, wife assault, elder abuse, hate crime, luring children on line, child pornography murder; the policemen WILL bust the suspect's door open, taze, mace/pepperspray the suspects and QUICKLY arrest the suspects, lock them up and throw away the key, and also getting policemen to search nightclubs, concerthalls, stripclubs, streets, highways and suspect's cars gangmembers and if they're suspicious [i.e.] guns, knives and drugs and attempted murder; the police will pepperspray/mace and or taze the suspects and QUICKLY arrest them before they try to murder innocent victims and stop attempted child abduction. yours, Jason Mark Simon Rocklin 

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