Known cop killer, Jesus Cecena of San Diego, California, is up for parole after the murder of San Diego Police Officer Archie Buggs in 1978. CLEAT has written a letter in Opposition of that parole for Mr. Cecena.
Below is the letter which states CLEAT’s opinion on the matter:
Texas has lost more officers in the line of duty than any other state… We must stop the senseless killings of our law enforcement, not only in Texas, but across the country.
AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM CLEAT TO ALL TEXAS LAW ENFORCEMENT IF YOU HAVE BEEN IMPACTED BY COVID-19, PLEASE READ! The Texas Legislature passed SB 22 which provides new rights to certain first responders who contracted COVID-19. The bill took effect on June 14, 2021, and provides…
Our first impression is that there are indeed 1st Amendment implications regarding this proposition. Under settled law, the 1st amendment right of association “encompasses … the right of [public employee] unions to engage in advocacy and to petition government on their [members’] behalf.”
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