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"Don’t they understand that we’re a family? That that’s why this works is because we’re a family?"
Hi, i’m Aurelien, a french guy doing a travel all around the world and actually land in Australia. I don’t have enough experience to say that i’m a photographer, i’ll just say that my passion has begun since not so long, and i try to improve myself everyday. I mainly love landscape and architecture photographies, and i’m starting to passionate myself for B&W. For now i mainly use a Canon 600D with a Sigma 10-20mm F3,5 and a 50mm 2,8.
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Love Lockdown | Kanye West
How puppies help when you’re sick.
In September 2012,15 year old Audrie Potts was sexually assaulted by three teenage boys while unconscious at a party. Pictures of the assault were posted online and, a week later, Audrie committed suicide. The group of boys were sentenced to only 30 to 45 days in a juvenile detention center, which were served on weekends.
Under current law, juveniles can be sent to adult court for serious offenses such as rape - but only when force is used. This means that minors who sexually assault people who are unconscious, asleep, or developmentally disabled will receive lighter sentences.
California is now attempting to pass AUDRIE’S LAW - which would require a minimum two year sentence for juveniles convicted of sexual assault against a victim who is incapacitated. It would also make juvenile sex crime court cases open to the public, if the victim so chooses, and increase the sentence for posting pictures or videos of the crime. However, progress has been stopped by juvenile justice advocates, who are talking about prison overcrowding.
BUT YOU CAN HELP, to bring justice for Audrie and her family, and help victims in the future. The current law is a horrific oversight and cannot be allowed to continue.
You can also send support letters for Senator Jim Beall, who is the main advocate of this law. You do not have to be a California resident to sign.
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