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Reader Poll Starting August 15, 2003


This week’s opinion poll asks . . . Graffiti is a large problem for all major cities, what should the penalty be for people caught defacing property in Las Vegas?


Reader Poll Replies: 

*   I think it should be a mandatory one year jail sentence for people that want to deface property.  These type of people only destroy property because they are not skilled enough to have property of their own.  Put them away, no loss to society.  Ann H.  

*  Graffiti is a big problem in our state also and it is time that people take a stand against these degenerates that want to deface others property.  George T  CA 

They need to be made to clean up what they did, plus many hours of cleaning up other graffiti.  Martha Mantel  Palo Alto, CA

Be forced to eat at the gold spike dinner for a month. then wash the floor by hand. Defacing property is not very nice. Another thing let grade schoolers hand paint the perps homes. the kids will love it    Watcherboy

*  Treat the offenders like they want to deface others.  Make sure the penalty fits the crime and since these people that destroy property do not own property, they should be sentenced to working and the payment goes to paying for the damages.  Work camps were the answer for correcting the depression of 1929, it will work in 2003 also.  Jeanne 



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