If that is his argument I'm inclined to agree with him but I think it should 100% go to the victims restitution programs. After all, it is from crime so let's use it to help out the victims of crime. And by 100% I mean exactly that. Do not allow agencies to pull out a single penny in administrative or other costs.
Such a proposal would be much easier to get the public behind than true reform.
Once in place it effectively removes the major incentive the criminals have for making people forfeit their assets.
Another consideration is just how dangerous is a seizure for Eichenwald?
I imagine that people are affected differently.
The only epileptic I know has over the years maintained they (seizures themselves) are no big deal, he says they are a nusicance more than anything, and should he ever have one to just make sure there is nothing for him to fall on/over/into and then clear a space around him.
Fortunately, I have also never had to do that, so admittedly my exposure is limited.
Grew up listening to Boston. Loved them. Went to 2 concerts. Then the band hired for our Senior class all-niter got tired of a group of us complaining about all the Disco music they were playing. They took about 2 minutes re-tuning their instruments and then went straight into Foreplay/Long Time.