Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Is Double Bunking Constitutional?

Latest article by Mr. Krych, dated 3/14/10, entitled "Is double Bunking Constitutional?"

What will be MSOP's future direction?

Here is an article by Mr. Krych entitled "What will be MSOP's future direction?" As always, click on the article picture to read it.

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Some people in civil commitment do not belong there


Here is another commentary by Mr. Krych, in his own words. As always, click on the picture to enlarge it.

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Chris: letter to the editor, Star-Tribune

Below is a letter Mr. Krych wrote to the editor of the Star-Tribune. Click on the image below to read it in its entirety.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Gov. making "palace" for civilly committed

I hope Chris doesn't mind me posting this, since it is news on his camp. I'm sure he can give a different view of what is really happening.

http://wcco.com/local/sex.offender.treatment.2.1552157.html

But they're cutting way back on the project Gov. Tim Pawlenty wants most: a sex offender treatment facility. Some lawmakers say it is way too luxurious. In fact, they are calling it "Pawlenty's Palace" for sex offenders. The number of civilly committed sex offenders skyrocketed after ex-con Alfonso Rodriquez murdered college student Dru Sjodin. But lawmakers say the governor's proposing "a palace" to confine them. "It seems so unreal," said State Sen. Keith Langseth, DFL-Glyndon, who describes Pawlenty's proposed $89 million facility as "more than a Cadillac plan ... it's a Mercedes, maybe." Langseth, who's the chairman of the powerful Capitol Investments Committee which approves construction projects, calls the Moose Lake plans too excessive and too luxurious.