The recidivism (re-offense) rate for child sex molesters is up to 40% and for rapists up to 67%. On April 25, San Mateo County supervisors Canepa, Corzo, Slocum and Pine voted to release convicted child molesters, rapists and murderers (in America illegally) back amongst San Mateo County’s 764,432 residents and families to molest and rape innocent children and women, instead of deporting these criminals back to their homes countries.

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Terence Y

Thanks for your letter, Mr. Brown…. Meanwhile, do what you can to protect your family and friends until the winds change (hopefully sooner rather than later) and we get folks in office who care about American citizens and law and order. As for suing these supervisors, more power to anyone that does. And maybe prosecutors could include these supervisors in criminal charges for aiding and abetting?

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