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Noah Perry to Legalize Human Trafficking in NY.
by Edmond Peyroux
Saturday Jan 12th, 2019 4:01 PM
NYS Assembly Bill A99 for indefinite detention effectively legalizes human trafficking. First it's three days, then another five days, then another sixty days, then ninety and another ninety, and another, with no end in provision.
NYS Assembly Bill A99 was introduced by Noah Perry of the 58th district in NYC on January 9th, 2019, merely three days ago, and it looks as though it is being pushed through very quickly. It is hidden among hundreds of legislative bills, and of all, is the most sinister. Read the bill, and come to the conclusion that A99 legalizes human trafficking, by treating sick folk like criminals and terrorists, and detaining them without consent for indefinite time periods.

This bill allows non-medical-professionals to deem anyone, not to be "sick and in need of healing," but rather, as an undesirable "health hazard," and therefore a "danger to the public." Nowhere in the bill can be found the words, "doctor," or "diagnose." This bill allows our public servants to abuse their positions, misrepresent and bring harm to those whom they must obey, the people of New York.

A99 gives the New York State governor and delegees, court judges and commissioner, the right to play doctor and jailer to whomever is deemed a public health hazard, all while the real threat of medical fraud at the FDA goes ignored. This is a very dangerous, uncouth, and viciously unconstitutional bill, and must not, under any circumstances, be allowed to pass.

Spread the word quickly, and stop A99 in its tracks. New Yorkers say NO!

With thanks to ZG NYC YouTube Channel for original text, here revised therefrom.



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