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jellybean

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Bleeding heart Justice?
« on: January 15, 2011, 01:20:24 PM »
From Edmonton Sun, January 15, 2011

Judge to rule in swarming death next month

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Re: Bleeding heart Justice?
« Reply #1 on: January 15, 2011, 05:47:09 PM »
This person should get the maximum penalty for what he did. They terrorized and murdered this young man, this was not manslaughter, this was FDM. They should be getting the 20 years for what they did. This is why we are getting these types of crimes all over the country, step on them and keep them in prison and maybe this kind of crime will stop. Recently we saw on the American news related to the parole board releasing a dangerous criminal, he in turn killed a policeman on Christmas Eve in a robbery crime. If the parole board had kept him in prison, the police officer would be alive now. Five parole officers were forced to retire because of their decision to let this dangerous criminal free. They got rid of the people responsible for their decisions. Now they say there will be tougher decisions being made for parolees. I think that is progress for sure.

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Re: Bleeding heart Justice?
« Reply #2 on: February 28, 2011, 12:23:37 AM »
I do think law makers have made any changes to our laws about swarming. This is something we see more often. Judges can only serve sentences based on the law.

YOung people also need to know that they can get a prison sentence for this. Who throws a log at someone's head and expects that person is not going to be hurt?