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police thank the public after jenkin arrest

Discussion in 'News' started by ratster, Apr 25, 2011.

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  2. sparky

    sparky Authoritarian Staff Member Administrator

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    its good that he has been caught....lets see what charges he faces?
     
  3. symons55

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    I won't give any details here, but it was bloody disgusting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  4. ratster

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    i agree s55 but he's been charged with attempted murder a minimum of 8 yrs usualy a lot more especialy after what he did
     
  5. symons55

    symons55 Moderator Staff Member

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    That ain't enough time for what he did!!!! and a lot of people don't know half of what he did!! she's definatly blinded for life amongst other things!!!!
     
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    I've always thought, in cases like this where there is NO DOUBT who is guilty, and the act itself leaves the victim with injuries which are life changing, the offender should be given to the relatives for true justice.

    Where's the "Tough On Crime, Tough On The Causes Of Crime" political rhetoric now?? They're more interested in traffic offences which all seem to carry a fine now, and that's before you even get to court. When you think about it, they've done away with innocent until proven guilty in most traffic offences, "You're guilty because we say so, now pay up". That's not Law, that's theft, and it's happening on a massive scale. Justice no longer has to be seen, to be done, how sad is that ??
     

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