Discussion in 'SMB' started by The Muffin Man, Jul 8, 2019.
Some rehabilitation that....I’m in.
The downside is that any party that has this in their manifesto is never getting a sniff of power, public spending cuts have soured too many over the last decade for this to fly with the electorate.
You mean Tommy Robinson, I still am mate, he is beyond redemption and after several visits to prison has proved he is getting worse........Maybe he just needs a better system though.
Think he is in prison for the rest of his life is he not? Why would that change?
Lock them up and throw away the key
He is called Fjotolf Hansen now.
Whatever we are doing now isn't working.
Same with the drug laws.
Yep. The media will use it to stir up trouble to sell papers of course
We can't have any sensible conversations in this country anymore
And I bet every single one of them counted down the time left plus I would bet my house, non of the. Begged to stay.
He looks topper.
She is. Wilfull little git mind
She looks class.
That’s the patterdale bit.
Great plan, its working so well.
Would be cheaper, they'd be dead in a week. International court might be against it like.
I have had on occasions, ex cons expressing a wish to be back inside but on the whole I imagine most would prefer not to be inside that is a fairly obvious conclusion.
If it means keeping the scum off the streets, it gets my vote. I’d torture some of them too, rapists, paedophiles, murderers and terrorists.
But, taking that argument to it's logical conclusion, it makes no difference what it's like once you get inside.
Then you are no better than them.
I agree with the OP in the three purposes of prison,however only two are guaranteed imo.
To rehabilitate the offender must actually want to change.You cant just place the blame for re-offending rates on the state of prisons and the probation service.
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