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He will be caught, and I hope the Police adopt the old get-out-clause of "Resisting arrest"...after the 700th blow to his head.

http://uk.news.yahoo.com/manhunt-woman-burned-alive-ny-lift-105857528.html

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I read that earlier, what is the world coming to? Why would you even contemplate doing something like that? Let alone carry it out. These parasites should be put to death, very, very slowly.

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Dunno Deano.
Before the net, I gave up reading / watching the news for 3 years. I was blissfully ignorant of such matters.

I'd find it hard to do now.

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This is the price some have to pay for the widespread adoption of a liberal/left agenda infecting all aspects - law, education, religion, politics - of society and resulting in a contempt for authority, a nochalent disregard for the consequences of unlawful behaviour and the effect on the victim and a determination to satisfy at all costs the selfish and inconsiderate needs of the perpetrator.

For this to change, society will have to experience a total moral revolution, starting with the adoption of a policy of scrupulous honesty in our daily life; no more casual blurring of the distinction between truth and lies. In this way, trust in each other will be re-established, at present there is little to be experienced.

The other useful beginning to a moral revolution will be to persuade the Judiciary to support the police and public in awarding sentences that fit the crime. Once it becomes known that the courts are not the soft touch they seem to be and that a prison sentence is not a soft option then fear of the sentence might just act as the deterrent it is supposed to be.

I'm not at all optimistic.

John Green

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Its a strange world. Just been on the radio that somebody in Huddersfield has been in court for tazering then burying his wife alive. Luckily she managed to dig her way out.

Ben

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Lock him in a smaller version of this room, with just a small picture of his victim on the wall, forever.

Oh, and install a webcam so people can see what the punishment is for such terrible crimes.

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Hope they throw the book at the sick ******d, Agree with the idea of locking him up with minimal facilities..far better than the quick release of a death penalty.

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Spitfireman,

Scum like this dont deserve to live.

This woman deserves to die.

Do they make microwaves large enough? :mad:

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whilst not condoning what he did i can at the same time understand what may have pushed him to it !!

whilst everyone is saying oh how awful it is for the old lady

not one is contenplating that she had not paid him for several 100's if not 1000's of pounds worth of work carried out then she struts past him laden with shopping whilst he's probbably struggling to feed his family because of bill dodgers !!

it is becomming a modern day disease where paryahs like this have work done that they do not intend to pay for

it is happening more and more often hell i got out of building work because practicaly everyone shafts you

she may have been the straw that broke the cammels back like i say i do not condone but whilst i was in the game i came effin close myself

sometimes to get payment we had to threaten removing security shutters we had fitted and i'm talking the largest traders in the uk here !!

lets just say the worst ones to get payment for work from were a huge supermarket chain with german origins !! ...

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This woman was caught for microwaving a 10 week old kitten..............jailed.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-devon-16186471

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pure evil !! i was broken hearted last night because i saw a stray puss meowing in the snow on my local train station and i could not afford to take him home !

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the actual figure she owed him was around £2,000.00 ( from febuary 2011 then she had the nerve to walk past who she was dodging paying her dues loaded up with shopping !! )

sorry but if this guy was struggling to feed his family whilst this ingnorant obnoxious person was buying dresses whatever and not paying for work that had been carried out

i cannot help but feel she was a large contributing factor to her own fate !!

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Torn64.
That's total bull and you know it. You are a troll and I claim my £5.
And, it was $2k. £1.3k.

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Since when has owing money invited that sort of treatment? Nobody deserves that sort of physical attack whether they owe money or not.
There is one person to blame for this attack and one person only.

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pure evil !! i was broken hearted last night because i saw a stray puss meowing in the snow on my local train station and i could not afford to take him home !

I rescued this cat, abused as a kitten and thrown out doors on a council estate during 2 feet of snow with blizzards. She was barely alive at 5am and I put her under the blow heater on a lorry I was de-icing. She was released by my missus later that morning and she headed back to her home address and sat on the window sill, meowing to get in.
When I got home that evening, I spotted her on the sill, frozen. I knocked on the door and got told mind my own business. 11pm I rescued her for a second time, she had fallen off the sill and lay in a foot of snow, still in the sitting position, too weak to meow.(the owners had gone to bed)
2 years later they asked for her back, however, this co-incided with a move back to RAF St Mawgan and suffice to say she lived with me for over 20 years. She was a great cat.

Tornado64, if you really care, go get your stray and find a home for it, there must be a cat protection place near you.

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Excellent.
Not a Cat person, but I found a puppy in the street, well gutter actually. It was midnight, I was totally sh1tfaced on Holsten Lager. This Puppy still had the suckling shape on it's mouth. I tucked her under my shirt and walked home, leaving her in a big pile of rags I had (Cleaning stuff).
Vets next morning, they gave me a feed bottle and told me what to do and what milk to buy...IIRC it was a baby formula.
I took a week off work for the job, then I got help from next door.
That dog, Cindy, died after 14 years of absolute fun. Up to the end she was the fastest runner and daftest idiot in the park.

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Since when has owing money invited that sort of treatment? Nobody deserves that sort of physical attack whether they owe money or not.
There is one person to blame for this attack and one person only.

maybe not but now tell me that you do work for people and ten out of twenty are dodging payment from amounts ranging from £100.00 up to £2000,00 whilst you yourself are on the edge of bankruptcy with the wife and kids threatening to go home to her mothers and your next stop is homelessnes when the business goes under

then one of the cockey ars*s that will not pay walks past with armfulls of shopping ( bloomingdales bags may even have further enraged him )

yes maybe it was a horrible end but without the full facts who are we to judge ??

and unfortunately behaviour like this is all too common a friend had his business put under by many non payers owing in total around £25,000

there was a local builder who hired a hiab to rip an unpaid for conservatory off the back of a local detatched house because the customers said they would only pay half the quoted price

if she had walked out of a shop with over £1000,00 worth of goods she would have been branded a thief .... so what's the difrence ?? as i say i don't condone his actions but why should business men put up with what is little more than theft at the end of the day !!

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Torn64.
That's total bull and you know it. You are a troll and I claim my £5.
And, it was $2k. £1.3k.

no i'm not going to pay you !!!

does that annmoy you ??

make it 1000'00 often from many clients

then say you are that big an angel you wouldn't snap !!

total bull you are probably the intollerant type that would be furious and foaming at the mouth for payment

times that by trying for ten months trying to get paid with a nagging wife in the background

eventualy even the mildest can snap after many months of mental strain from many people dodging payment

if you can say you are so tollerant you wouldn't lose your temper with them i would agree with you , and as i turned my back and walked away i'd utter "bo**ocks !" under my breath !!

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...you just got back from the pub?.....

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...you just got back from the pub?.....

Don't know about anyone else, but spookly enough....yes :o