Boris Johnson Denounced For Politicising London Bridge Attack

Scunny Dan

Goalkeeper
Positively depressing to hear politicians narrative on this incident, which seems to consist in the main of thumbing their noses at each other and blaming each other for this prick being free to walk the streets and ruin / end decent peoples lives. Even by their lowly standards its bloody pathetic. Playground stuff.

No doubt any of them on London Bridge would have stood there slaw-jawed trying to figure out who they could blame for the horror unfolding before them, rather than filling the twat in with the others.
 
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cosmicchris00

Midfield

I agree with this. Just because one man is okay with short sentences with terrorists does not mean will all have to be.

Id imagine the majority of the country are with boris on this one. Longer sentences needed.
Long prison sentences do nothing to prevent crime.

Our criminal justice system has long been moving to align with the failed approach of the US.

In the case of already radicalised prisoners, they tend feed off each other once incarcerated.

The unpalatable facts are; they need to receive specialist treatment - which is expensive
 
Long prison sentences do nothing to prevent crime.

Our criminal justice system has long been moving to align with the failed approach of the US.

In the case of already radicalised prisoners, they tend feed off each other once incarcerated.

The unpalatable facts are; they need to receive specialist treatment - which is expensive
Long prison sentences are rarely served, that is the issue in my opinion.

A few years ago I'm sure there was a law stating if you were caught with a knife in public you would get 5 years. What happened to that? If that didn't deter the little fuckers then at least they'd be off the streets for a while.

Build more prisons, employ countless numbers of people to do so and run them, and lock more of the wankers away for longer who blight our society with their damaging ways.
 

vinegar hill

Striker
Long prison sentences do nothing to prevent crime.

Our criminal justice system has long been moving to align with the failed approach of the US.

In the case of already radicalised prisoners, they tend feed off each other once incarcerated.

The unpalatable facts are; they need to receive specialist treatment - which is expensive
Well if he'd still been locked up he couldn't have committed the crime.
 

Weremuthe

Striker
'Scandal brewing' as thousands of suspects released

'Scandal brewing' over released violent suspects


In September 2018, Alan Martin, 53, was released under investigation by police in Sunderland, after his estranged wife Kay Richardson had gone to the police accusing him of rape.

No conditions were imposed and the police gave Martin the keys back to the home he had shared with Ms Richardson.

Martin let himself into the house and waited for Ms Richardson, 49, before attacking her with a hammer and strangling her.

"They might as well have gone and opened the door for him," said Audrey Richardson, Kay's mother.

"He killed her," she said. "We've got to accept this and the police is not taking a little bit of responsibility... We are haunted by what happened."
 

FootballFan

Striker
Well if he'd still been locked up he couldn't have committed the crime.
Thats true, but prisoner rehabilitation is in general a good thing, you could argue maybe to make an exception for terrorist offences, but then why not for murderers, paedo's etc. etc.

Its not a simple issue that can be reduced to a tag line as Bojo is trying to do.
 

vinegar hill

Striker
Thats true, but prisoner rehabilitation is in general a good thing, you could argue maybe to make an exception for terrorist offences, but then why not for murderers, paedo's etc. etc.

Its not a simple issue that can be reduced to a tag line as Bojo is trying to do.
I agree, it’s appropriate for some.
 

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