BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A proposed ballot initiative that calls for gays to be shot to death will most likely make its way through the Legislature.
The bill, titled the Sodomite Suppression Act, calls for any person that participates in sodomy to "be put to death by bullets to the head."
If the State of California refuses to pass the bill, however, McLaughlin states in his proposal that:
the general public is empowered and deputized to execute all the provisions hereunder extra-judicially, immune from any charge and indemnified by the state against any and all liability.
In other words, the public could shoot gays without the legal authorization to do so and get away with murder.
The ballot initiative was proposed by Huntington Beach attorney Matt McLaughlin, who also proposes that anyone found to be distributing "sodomistic propaganda [sic]" be fined with up to $1 million, be imprisoned for up to 10 years in jail and/or be exiled from the state of California for life.