Petition Closed

To protect victims of violent crime. In 1999, Tom Craft murdered and dismembered his wife, Lynnette Craft (Quast) and was released early from his Ohio prison in 2011, and he almost was allowed to move back to Whitewater, WI, where Lynnette's parents and two boys live, whereby Tom was by-passing his court-ordered 5-years of parole in Ohio. Lynnette's brother, Bob Quast, and her two sons, Brian (12) and Chris (20), stopped this from happening with their movement named Lynnette's Law. Please contact your state and federal legislators to strengthen the laws in favor of the victims, and not the evildoers.

Letter to
US Congress
President of the United States
Ohio State Senate
and 8 others
Ohio State House
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives
Senator Chuck Grassley
Senator Tom Harkin
Representative Bruce Braley 2
Representative Dave Loebsack
Ohio Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: US Congress.

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Pass Lynnette's Law

To protect victims of violent crime. In 1999, Tom Craft murdered and dismembered his wife, Lynnette Craft (Quast) and was released early from his Ohio prison in 2011, and he almost was allowed to move back to Whitewater, WI, where Lynnette's parents and two boys live, whereby Tom was by-passing his court-ordered 5-years of parole in Ohio. Lynnette's brother, Bob Quast, and her two sons, Brian (12) and Chris (20), stopped this from happening with their movement named Lynnette's Law. Please contact your state and federal legislators to strengthen the laws in favor of the victims, and not the evildoers.
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Sincerely,
Bob Quast