TRENTON, New Jersey - Governor Chris Christie has just announced that the state's seedy individuals who think that it is funny to mess with New Jersey's computer system are in for a mighty rude awakening.
The governor has issued a Governor's Directive (NJGD #98923-H) which states that anyone caught hacking into the state's computer system will be arrested immediately.
The directive goes on to state that the individual will not be allowed a trial and will be sent directly to a state prison for 22 to 39 years.
Governor Christie said that he does not want to hear even half a peep from the ACLU because this is a matter that does not pertain to them.
The governor said that he is acting under the jurisdiction of the bylaws that were set forth by the founding fathers of the great state of New Jersey.
SIDENOTE: Governor Christie appeared on The Viagra View and he told Larry King that if there are any individuals who feel that the punishment for their unlawful acts is too severe then he strongly suggests that (1) They stop with their destructive BS, or (2) They leave New Jersey and move to New York, Pennsylvania, or Delaware.