Safe Streets Colorado Alleges Sheriff Grayson Robinson, an Opponent of Prop 102, Says That 1 out of 10 to 20 Cases Where a Victim is Killed by a Fugitive is Okay

Proposition 102 opponents are out of touch with Colorado values, and they don't understand that coddling criminals over protecting victims is not in the best interest of Colorado families.

Oct 29, 2010, 14:32 ET from Safe Streets Colorado

DENVER, Oct. 29 /PRNewswire/ -- In a recent debate sponsored by 9News about Proposition 102, Safe Streets Colorado alleges Grayson Robinson says it is, perhaps, okay if we lose victims to the hands of violent criminals in as many as 1 out of 10 cases!

Safe Streets Colorado has produced an ad concerning the above comments made by Sheriff Robinson. You may view the new ad online by visiting:

The arguments against Proposition 102 are not based on fact, and they fail to consider Colorado values. Prop 102 will stop jails from releasing offenders charged with violent or serious crimes on government run, tax funded bail. Why should victims of violent crime be expected to see their tax dollars used to bail out the person who hurt them?

Safe Streets Colorado is an issue committee supporting Colorado's Proposition 102. Prop 102 will make Colorado a safer place to live, work, and raise a family. 102 will be on the ballot for Colorado voters on November 2nd.

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Conner Morris, Safe Streets Colorado

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SOURCE Safe Streets Colorado