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President Calls for Crime Victims’ Rights Amendment
President George W. Bush discusses rights of people who are victims of crime during an address at the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Tuesday, April 16. "Victims of violent crime have important rights that deserve protection in our Constitution," said the President. "And so today, I announce my support for the bipartisan Crime Victims' Rights amendment to the Constitution of the United States." White House photo by Paul Morse.

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