Sensible People Required!

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A request from the Sensible Sentencing Trust:

Sensible Sentencing Trust is now entering it’s 2nd decade and as such is running a series of national meetings in coming months.  I was wondering if you could help us invite your AUCKLAND followers to the event on the 5th August (please see attached).

The purpose of the meetings is not only to provide an update regarding achievements to date (3 Strikes, Pending Bail Reform, Life without Parole for NZ’s worst Killers, Victims Advocacy, Car Crushing, Drink Driving Legislation etc etc) but also to recruit new members and launch our ‘digging in campaign’ which is about regional volunteer committees that help the national team of volunteers working further into regions and share the unfortunately ever increasing workload – thanks to he scumbag crim’s and Justice System issues.

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