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Kyrsten Sinema wants to involved Federal cops in local prostitution crimes.

Nov 29, 2014

Kyrsten Sinema wants to involved Federal cops in local prostitution crimes.

Arizona Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema seems to be a big fan of giving the police money to put people in prison for victimless crimes that hurt no one.

First she tried to help her police buddies flush Arizona's Medical Marijuana Act down the toilet by attempting to pass a 300% tax on medical marijuana. That was when she was a member of the Arizona Legislator, not the US Congress.

Now she is trying to create a jobs program for her Federal police buddies by letting Federal cops help local cops make arrests for victimless prostitution crimes.

Last time I checked prostitution was NOT a federal crime, but rather a state crime and Federal police have no authority to arrest people for it.

Kyrsten Sinema is a lawyer and I am sure she knows this is UNCONSTITUTIONAL.

"Sinema's goal to involve the DOJ and DHS is in the hope of uniting agencies from the state, local and federal level to combat prostitution, she said."
Of course if I had my way I would legalize ALL victimless crimes, which includes prostitution and of course victimless drug war crimes.

Source

Sinema calls for federal help in combating human trafficking during Super Bowl

By Mark Remillard, | November 24, 2014 @ 6:11 am

PHOENIX -- Arizona Congresswoman Kyrsten Sinema is calling for federal help in combating human trafficking when the Super Bowl comes to Arizona next year.

Sinema sent letters to the departments of Justice and Homeland Security last week asking for support in combating a prevalent and serious crime that often sees a surge during the big game.

"We know that human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar a year industry in the United States of America and that is often intensified around major international events like the Super Bowl," Sinema said.

Sinema's goal to involve the DOJ and DHS is in the hope of uniting agencies from the state, local and federal level to combat prostitution, she said.

"While we do have a robust task force established by the governor and we do have a good state a local coordination effort, we'd like to see expanded coordination by DHS and the DOJ to put more boots on the ground and more eyes here in Arizona to seek out, identified and aggressively prosecute these human trafficking rings that exist in Arizona," she said.

Sinema said the federal agencies will be able to provide additional resources that might not otherwise be available at the state and local level.

"The real significance really comes with resources, expertise and knowledge," she said. "With their ability to communicate back and forth across agencies, their ability to share information and their ability to seek out and utilize information at a level that may be different than, although complimentary with, the state and local levels."

Sinema said it could take a few weeks to learn whether the DHS or DOJ will decide to provide additional help.