Wednesday, 10 August 2022

What Do We Do With People Like This..?

...since it appears we're breeding more and more of them

The court heard Brittany has 26 convictions for 54 offences and Bethany 14 convictions for 26 offences. They are for relatively minor crimes, such as being drunk and disorderly and railway infractions.
Psychiatrists said the twins did not have psychiatric issues linked to their behaviour.

Really..? Is this normal, then? 

Following on from the psychiatric reports, Judge Mark Weekes told the girls their crime was 'in large part a desire to seek attention.'

And the justice system ensures they get it.  

They were each jailed for three years and nine months at Canterbury Crown Court.
No, that's just what they were sentenced to...


Anonymous said...

"Brittany, of Hudson Road, Canterbury, and Bethany, of Tyler Hill in Blean, had significant cuts and bruises on their faces when they appeared before the judge."

Intersting, or not?

Umbongo said...

On reflection, the police should have supplied a working lighter. Although the petrol station could have been destroyed, the cost to the rest of us of these lovelies' exploits over the rest of their lifetimes will far outweigh the cost of restoring the petrol station.

Anonymous said...

Shouldn't their parents also be prosecuted for failing to drown their offspring at birth? Asking for a friend.

JuliaM said...

"Intersting, or not?"

No doubt they resisted arrest. Pity a police dog wasn't present at the time!

"On reflection, the police should have supplied a working lighter."

See what the smoking ban has done...? 😁

"Shouldn't their parents also be prosecuted..."

I was thinking 'sterilised', but we'll go with this...