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Are jail sentences for killing people too light?

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Re: Are jail sentences for killing people too light?

Post by Guest on 19.12.09 16:24

@sunshine wrote:Please,I beseech you,dont make nasty comments.They are so pointless and do no one any good,we may not like someone but we should remember we are all human with feelings (Tony Bennett AND the McCanns included).

BENNETT IS A FRAUD AND HE ISNT HUMAN. HE'S ADMITTED HE'S A LIZARD puke
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Post by Guest on 19.12.09 16:26

I knew that ignore button would come in handy!!
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Post by Guest on 19.12.09 16:32

candyfloss wrote:I knew that ignore button would come in handy!!

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Debbie "I loved the bones of him" bunny boiler Butler, you are so out of here.
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Post by Ruby on 19.12.09 21:56

benttoiletguy wrote:
@Tony Bennett wrote:I appreciate there is not a 'poll' facility on 'Right to Reply'.

But.

This bloke:

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/18/20091218/tuk-man-jailed-for-killing-wife-with-tv-a7ad41d.html

with 50% remission, will be back on the streets of the U.K. in 18 months' time.

Does anyone else think that the sentences for killing someone have reached ridiculously low levels these days?

YOU SHOULD BE HUNG FAGGOT

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Now look here... you're not in Uganda now.
We're actually quite accommodating in the UK.
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Post by littlepixie on 19.12.09 22:45

I was a witness regarding a robbery at Barclays Bank in the late 80's. The guy stole £1100 and got 10 years. He scared me yes, but he didnt lay a finger on me.

Recently there have been two violent murders within half a mile of Stockport. One, a young nurse found murdered and mutilated in her home and the other a young man (from what I hear) tortured by three and thrown into the River Tame.

They have hardly made the news. I will keep you posted on what the sentences are when they go to Court.

At one time murder was the most horrific of crimes but now Bank and Shop robberies get more coverage.
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Post by Bea_Reasonable on 20.12.09 8:52

a3903281@uggsrock.com wrote:
candyfloss wrote:I knew that ignore button would come in handy!!

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Debbie "I loved the bones of him" bunny boiler Butler, you are so out of here.

Bnt thinggy was DB? wow

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Post by vaguely on 20.12.09 9:32

does Butler live in Spain?

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Post by Patty O'Daws on 20.12.09 9:43

Amber does and they are known for shared log ins arent they? Didn't CaptnMorgan use Brens?
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Post by vaguely on 20.12.09 9:49

@Patty O'Daws wrote:Amber does and they are known for shared log ins arent they? Didn't CaptnMorgan use Brens?

shared log ins wouldn't alter location of IP.

Amber lives on the rock.

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Post by Guest on 20.12.09 9:50

Perhaps Mr bennett himself knows who he has upset lately?
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Post by vaguely on 20.12.09 9:52

Do they use metric in Spain?

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Post by Guest on 20.12.09 11:15

tyra wrote:Perhaps Mr bennett himself knows who he has upset lately?

That will be a very long list of people
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Post by Janz on 20.12.09 13:15

@vaguely wrote:
@Patty O'Daws wrote:Amber does and they are known for shared log ins arent they? Didn't CaptnMorgan use Brens?

shared log ins wouldn't alter location of IP.

Amber lives on the rock.

I think she works on the rock and lives in Spain
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Post by vaguely on 20.12.09 13:22

Maybe Debs has popped over for a holiday then bashful

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