Should We have Bigger Jail Sentences?

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Should We have Bigger Jail Sentences?

Postby Major » Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:00 pm

Another ballz up by the establishment, they do not give a flying frog, IMO..

This ratbag should be flogged and then hanged IMO.

Do you believe we should give more jail time to convicted criminals or continue being soft with them?

Prisoner left unsupervised on day release tried to rape girl, 15, with learning difficulties | Mail Online

Prisoner left unsupervised on day release tried to rape girl, 15, with learning difficulties

3:51 PM on 30th October 2009

A prisoner who tried to rape a 15-year-old girl with learning difficulties while on day release was jailed indefinitely today.

Paul White, 30, of no fixed address, was told he must serve at least seven years in prison before being considered for release.

Judge David Paget said it was a 'matter of concern' that a man with his record had been left unsupervised in a place where vulnerable young people would be.

White was serving a four-and-a-half year sentence for theft when he was allowed out to attend a centre in Brixton, south London, in July last year.

Read more: Prisoner left unsupervised on day release tried to rape girl, 15, with learning difficulties | Mail Online
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Re: Should We have Bigger Jail Sentences?

Postby Jobless Oddball » Fri Oct 30, 2009 9:16 pm

Major Starbold wrote:Another ballz up by the establishment, they do not give a flying frog, IMO..

This ratbag should be flogged and then hanged IMO.

Do you believe we should give more jail time to convicted criminals or continue being soft with them?

Prisoner left unsupervised on day release tried to rape girl, 15, with learning difficulties | Mail Online

Prisoner left unsupervised on day release tried to rape girl, 15, with learning difficulties

3:51 PM on 30th October 2009

A prisoner who tried to rape a 15-year-old girl with learning difficulties while on day release was jailed indefinitely today.

Paul White, 30, of no fixed address, was told he must serve at least seven years in prison before being considered for release.

Judge David Paget said it was a 'matter of concern' that a man with his record had been left unsupervised in a place where vulnerable young people would be.

White was serving a four-and-a-half year sentence for theft when he was allowed out to attend a centre in Brixton, south London, in July last year.

Read more: Prisoner left unsupervised on day release tried to rape girl, 15, with learning difficulties | Mail Online


Elmer why the anti-British post above???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????? :laughing:
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