You won't see me coming....
The criminal justice system today is deeply worrying. Continual or major offenders seem to get it cushty while minor offences seem to be pushed through. Looks good for the government I suppose.Talking as such, this cut to prisoners receiving legal aid is most worrying. This means that prisons can operate in any way they want to and there is nothing a prisoner can do about it. Places like prisons should not be left to deal with problems internally. I am deeply concerned and think Osborne's 'decision' to cut aid is a very bad move. It will lead to bloodshed.Feral.
I've arrested people over and over again for breaking the same ASBO.They are fairly pointless.Typical Labour idea-must be seen to be doing something.
"His record of offending is abysmal and he usually resorts to shoplifting to fund his habits. The snag is that he can be quite aggressive and this is usually when he is dealing with female staff in shops. In short he has breached his last Asbo many times, but that should not be seen as a sign of failure of the Asbo."Just the opposite it has done its job and protected people..."So, let's translate this from the evasive Orwellianisms of the left, and into plain English:He is a life-long habitual criminal who is particularly aggressive towards those weaker than him. Instead of locking him away long-term, we gave him a special sort of probation, which we've named after a Japanese robot dog. He has broken this probation many, many times, by committing many further crimes. This is a sign that the probation system has worked, protecting citizens from his criminal activity.
"The criminal justice system today is deeply worrying." And it's rate of decay is accelerating."Typical Labour idea-must be seen to be doing something." And yet, totally untouched by the so called 'Tories'... "So, let's translate this from the evasive Orwellianisms of the left, and into plain English..." I find it's easier just to invert the meaning.
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