Bill Spadea: Less new laws, harsher punishments for domestic abusers
This morning I opened the show by discussing the governor's veto on "Lisa's Law," a bill designed to track domestic violence offenders.
I believe that instead of making new laws, we should be making stricter laws that will keep the domestic violence offenders in jail longer. You can track the offenders all you want but if they want to get to their victim, they will find a way. The only way to truly protect the victims, are to keep their offenders behind bars. We're giving these violent people too many chances to hurt or in Lisa Zindell's case, it ends up with the loss of life.
One female caller, who supported my idea, was the victim of domestic abuse and noted that the only person who loses their freedom, is the person who has been abused.
Listen to my entire rant on "Lisa's Law," and keeping domestic violence offenders in jail in the Youtube clip above.