http://dailycaller.com/2018/02/11/judges-ruling-could-give-over-10000-sex-offenders-early-parole/ Sacramento County Superior Court Judge Allen Sumner’s ruling relates to the state’s recent referendum on Proposition 57 that orders California prisons to consider early parole for non-violent offenders, the Los Angeles Times reported. Brown, a Democrat, had promised voters that non-violent sex offenders would not see the benefits of the bill, but Sumner’s ruling strikes down the exclusion in part. Now, those convicted of pimping minors, incest, or child pornography possession are eligible for release. “If the voters had intended to exclude all registered sex offenders from early parole consideration under Proposition 57, they presumably would have said so,” Sumner told reporters. Sumner ordered that the exclusion be pared down to only affect those currently serving time of a non-violent sex offense, cutting off its effect for future inmates. He also ordered that any sex offender who has served time for their offense but is now serving time for another offense must be eligible for early release. ------------------------------ So did Brown knowingly allow people that like sharing child pornography and that pimp minors to be excluded in this proposition and the Judge is actually following the law or is there a way the Judge can rule those are technically violent crimes legally. This looks really bad on Governor Brown if those crimes can't legally be deemed violent because anything on the ballot like that gets reviewed by multiple lawyers and that can't just have been a mistake.