State Legislation, Minnesota house of representatives: Impose a law change on murder children. Fighting for mandatory life in prison, "Cameron's Law"


Minnesota Law on child murder MUST change!!


There is a real terror in this world. The knowing that there are atrocious people out there that have no issue murdering a child. I aim to stop child murderers from walking free!! The only way this change can be accomplished is if we all pull together and stand up for the awareness of this cause! We must take a stand and fight for the justice of ALL children. There are no strict laws in place to fully protect the justice of our children when they are murdered by an adult. All children are innocent, and defenseless. The law currently offers plea bargains, and lesser charges on murder, just to get a conviction. What!!?? No!! This must stop today!! I am diligently working on raising awareness to Impose "Cameron's Law". This law will be the voice and rights for Children. This law will firmly state, that any adult that murders a child, that life without parole, will be the end result. There will be no plea bargains offered, no parole, felony points will not matter, and a clean criminal record before the offense will not save the offender or lessen their time. Very strict and clear cut. Minnesota should be a state that child murder is considered an abomination.                     


On February 7, 2003, My 3 year old son Cameron Norris was murdered. Cameron was brutally and violently beat to death by Samuel Christopher Jones, a long time family friend I trusted. Cameron was completely brain dead and died on life support in the intensive care unit at North Memorial Hospital, in Robbinsdale, MN. ((Tears))

Cameron had bruises all over his face and forehead. He took a real brutal and violent beating. It was later determined that Jones had kicked Cameron multiple times in the side and back with boots on. He caused major injuries to Cameron's organs. There were prints of the boots on his back. In the garbage at Jones' house the police found duck tape with blood on it. It was Cameron's blood. Jones had used the tape to cover Cameron's cries of terror. Jones also slammed Cameron's head into a wall multiple times. Which is what caused him to become unresponsive and stop breathing and also, brain dead. ((Tears))  

Jones denied the allegations of murder from the very beginning. He claimed that Cameron had fallen off the counter in the kitchen. No fall like that could put boot prints on anyone. Jones was initially charged with 2nd degree "intentional" murder. The evidence was so strong against him, and the way 2nd "intentional" degree murder is set up, if Jones went to trial, he would be serving 40 years to life, after he was found guilty of murder. Jones, had no criminal record, nor did he have felony points. 

So, Jones was offered a plea bargain on the lesser charge of 2nd degree "unintentional" murder. He was sentenced to the max of 20 years, but, with parole. In 03/08/2017, after serving only 14 years, Jones will be allowed back into society and remain on parole until 2023. Jones will also have to register as a predatory offender, for life.

I know for a fact, this same devastating tragic situation, has happened to other child murder cases!! Its a disgrace to our justice system!! My son's case was a very strong, and Jones could have gotten Life....but because of plea bargains and loop holes in the justice system, this convicted baby killer will go back to having a life, when he killed an innocent baby!!! My baby.

This case is a prime example of why the law needs to be changed, and many others, I have found!! No child murderer should ever be allowed to walk free. EVER again! Please help support me in this fight to change laws!! Thank you so much and God bless you all! 

This petition will be delivered to:
  • Minnesota Governor
    Mark Dayton
  • Minnesota State Senate
    Senator Al Franken
  • Minnesota State Senate
    Amy Klobuchar

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