Thursday, September 4, 2014

Cuomo's Challenger Supports Paula's Law

Maybe I'm out of touch, but is anyone disturbed about privacy issues? Not in any way defending anyone for assaulting Paula Liblick. 

Zephyr Teachout, Gov. Andrew Cuomo's chief challenger in the Democratic primary, has thrown her support behind a bill that would require cameras to be installed on the entrances and exits of all facilities run by the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities.
The bill (S.2000-a/A.1715) was named Paula's Law after Paula Liblick, a 61-year-old with developmental disabilities who was raped at a Hudson Valley OPWDD-run facility in 2009. Liblick was incapable of alerting anyone to the assault, and the crime was only discovered after bruises and blood were found several days later during an examination.

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