Wednesday, 4 April 2007

Burton sentence can't be long enough.

Commenting on Graeme Burton's sentence, Stephen Franks says "Preventive detention is a scam: Let the courts do justice." He's right, you know. Oswald Bastable puts it like he usually does:
Slowly, sentences for serious crimes are starting to reflect that they are for serious crimes!

But are they enough?

I don't think so - the least [he should have got was an] "until you die" sentence. Weld the friggin' cell door shut and post K rations through a slot.
Works for me.

1 comment:

  1. K rations are too nutritionally good for this piece of scum.

    To quote Blackadder, I think "Rat Au Van" is more suitable. Rat thats been run over by a van.


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