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Topic History of: whole life sentences
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md Can it really be true that there has been an increase of children born with evil spoons in their mouths in the past 19 years? This seems to be the core assumption underlying these proposals.
Green Man Honey wrote:
I think an awful lot of the people who need whole life or long term sentences are unwell and shouldn't be punished.

Locking them up might be needed to keep others safe, but the idea of making people suffer for ever is revolting.


It depends on the crime. If it's mass murder, rape, child molestation. Then just through the filth in to the lion's den.


A Georgia police officer, I knew said that sexual perverts can never be cured the urges are still there. There find other methods to find their gratifications.

Netflix are helping them with that Cuties movie:X I never heard of it until I watched an Anthony Brian Logan podcast. Who needs the MSM news ?

www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/whats-on...ties-banned-18917329

anthonyblogan.com/the-netflix-movie-cuti...n-you-first-thought/
Honey I think an awful lot of the people who need whole life or long term sentences are unwell and shouldn't be punished.

Locking them up might be needed to keep others safe, but the idea of making people suffer for ever is revolting.
wyot Always a good a good strategy to go "tough on crime" when Government failing and losing support:

www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-54135575

Quick, easy and will in reality effect a statistically irrelevant number of offenders; to start with.

Though of course a power once won will be unlikely to be relinquished and its scope of application will grow. Though to be balanced, we did see the appalling indetermate sentence framework rolled back.

If used properly (big if) I have no problems with putting the protection of the public first agsinst the rights of those hell bent on terrorism.

But what about addressing the real issues do you actually have some prison capacity mainly:

-Incarcerating not treating mental health
-Disproportionate no of women in prison
-Criminalisation of personal drug use
-Non violent offenders (this if as Boris has said in relation to above "protection of the public" should guide sentencing)