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View Nicholas91's Profile Nicholas91 Flag The Democratic Republic of Kent 14 Dec 22 4.48pm Send a Private Message to Nicholas91 Add Nicholas91 as a friend

Was going to title this under the name of the culprit however I thought better of even putting his name up.

Absolute tragedy. She seemed a lovely girl from my very limited insight which I recognise could be incorrect.

Apologies for the rant, but F-ing scumbag. I'd happily be locked in a room with him alongside immunity from prosecution. Very very sad.

As somebody who is often to the right of social commentary, I do utilise news such as this every now and then to take a moment to laugh at myself and imagine my reaction were the ethnic origins of these names reversed. A piece of $hit really is just that at the end of the day and I hope he absolutely rots or somebody takes the hit and does him in. Some people do bad things, are misled, have a moment of insanity/weakness etc and some really are just subhuman. I believe this perpetrator qualifies as the latter.

RIP Zara

Apologies if a thread already exists.

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Edited by Nicholas91 (14 Dec 2022 4.52pm)

 


Now Zaha's got a bit of green grass ahead of him here... and finds Ambrose... not a bad effort!!!!

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View Badger11's Profile Badger11 Flag Beckenham 14 Dec 22 5.45pm Send a Private Message to Badger11 Add Badger11 as a friend

Apparently he refused to appear in court when sentenced, the coward.

The accused has the right to face their accusers well the guilty should be made to face their victims and families.

The Yanks don't stand for this nonsense they shackle them and drag them into court if necessary. It's time we did the same over here.

 


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View georgenorman's Profile georgenorman Flag 14 Dec 22 6.43pm Send a Private Message to georgenorman Add georgenorman as a friend

The death penalty should be available to the judge in these cases.

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 15 Dec 22 8.23am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Nicholas91

Some people do bad things, are misled, have a moment of insanity/weakness etc and some really are just subhuman. I believe this perpetrator qualifies as the latter.

This time I agree with you

 

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View Nicholas91's Profile Nicholas91 Flag The Democratic Republic of Kent 15 Dec 22 9.19am Send a Private Message to Nicholas91 Add Nicholas91 as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

This time I agree with you

And a Merry Christmas to you too Midlands

 


Now Zaha's got a bit of green grass ahead of him here... and finds Ambrose... not a bad effort!!!!

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View Matov's Profile Matov Flag 15 Dec 22 8.56pm Send a Private Message to Matov Add Matov as a friend

Firstly a horrendous crime. But the biggest question is why this man was allowed to be on the streets in the first place? Our justice system, yet again, has proven itself not fit for purpose.

This man was clearly a menace to society. He has 28 previous convictions for 69 offences, including burglary, assaults on police and members of the public, criminal damage, theft of motor vehicle, driving offences, offences committed while on bail, and shoplifting.

He is a mad dog. And there is only a single course of action that can deal with such people. We need to completely replace our current system so that people who prove not fit to live in civilised society are permanently removed from it.

For decades I believed our justice system needed reforming. Now I am firmly of the opinion that it, along with much else of how we are governed, is beyond saving.

This young ladies life is of far more value to our society than 10,000's of scumbags like the one who murdered her. And we, collectively, have to face up that.

 


"The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command." - 1984 - George Orwell.

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View Nicholas91's Profile Nicholas91 Flag The Democratic Republic of Kent 15 Dec 22 8.59pm Send a Private Message to Nicholas91 Add Nicholas91 as a friend

Originally posted by Matov

Firstly a horrendous crime. But the biggest question is why this man was allowed to be on the streets in the first place? Our justice system, yet again, has proven itself not fit for purpose.

This man was clearly a menace to society. He has 28 previous convictions for 69 offences, including burglary, assaults on police and members of the public, criminal damage, theft of motor vehicle, driving offences, offences committed while on bail, and shoplifting.

He is a mad dog. And there is only a single course of action that can deal with such people. We need to completely replace our current system so that people who prove not fit to live in civilised society are permanently removed from it.

For decades I believed our justice system needed reforming. Now I am firmly of the opinion that it, along with much else of how we are governed, is beyond saving.

This young ladies life is of far more value to our society than 10,000's of scumbags like the one who murdered her. And we, collectively, have to face up that.

Agree with just about every word of that Matov.

 


Now Zaha's got a bit of green grass ahead of him here... and finds Ambrose... not a bad effort!!!!

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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 16 Dec 22 8.16am Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by Matov

Firstly a horrendous crime. But the biggest question is why this man was allowed to be on the streets in the first place? Our justice system, yet again, has proven itself not fit for purpose.

This man was clearly a menace to society. He has 28 previous convictions for 69 offences, including burglary, assaults on police and members of the public, criminal damage, theft of motor vehicle, driving offences, offences committed while on bail, and shoplifting.

He is a mad dog. And there is only a single course of action that can deal with such people. We need to completely replace our current system so that people who prove not fit to live in civilised society are permanently removed from it.

For decades I believed our justice system needed reforming. Now I am firmly of the opinion that it, along with much else of how we are governed, is beyond saving.

This young ladies life is of far more value to our society than 10,000's of scumbags like the one who murdered her. And we, collectively, have to face up that.

Whereas for those same decades the reform campaigners have (basically) striven to keep as many offenders OUT of prison as possible, or as a last resort to keep them in for as short a time as possible.

 


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View Matov's Profile Matov Flag 16 Dec 22 8.24am Send a Private Message to Matov Add Matov as a friend

Originally posted by YT

Whereas for those same decades the reform campaigners have (basically) striven to keep as many offenders OUT of prison as possible, or as a last resort to keep them in for as short a time as possible.

100%. And why? I suspect because crime is essentially a middle-class racket. Fulfils two purposes. Firstly, provides a bloody good income stream for a segment of it. Repeat offenders means repeat legal aid fees. And secondly they get a buzz, a buzz that is destroying Western civilisation, of helping some poor unfortunate in life who never got the chance they deserved.

We need a barbaric system of justice. One that elevates itself so that its primary duty of care is towards this poor lady rather than the 'equality' that means the piece of dung that killed her was allowed to be on the same street.

 


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View Badger11's Profile Badger11 Flag Beckenham 16 Dec 22 8.26am Send a Private Message to Badger11 Add Badger11 as a friend

It's not just the soft sentences it's the ease that people get bail.

How often do you hear about someone charged with murder or a very serious violent offence and they get bail, ridiculous.

 


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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 16 Dec 22 8.35am Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by Matov

100%. And why? I suspect because crime is essentially a middle-class racket. Fulfils two purposes. Firstly, provides a bloody good income stream for a segment of it. Repeat offenders means repeat legal aid fees. And secondly they get a buzz, a buzz that is destroying Western civilisation, of helping some poor unfortunate in life who never got the chance they deserved.

We need a barbaric system of justice. One that elevates itself so that its primary duty of care is towards this poor lady rather than the 'equality' that means the piece of dung that killed her was allowed to be on the same street.


Always conveniently forgetting that that poor individual had access to up to 14 years of free education.

 


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View The Dolphin's Profile The Dolphin Flag 16 Dec 22 9.00am Send a Private Message to The Dolphin Add The Dolphin as a friend

The system is broken thanks to the bleeding hearts brigade.
Everyone should be given a chance but this man and his like should always be in prison or dead.
He should not have been walking the streets anyway but given his probation had been revoked the Police should have been on him in an instant.
A lot of people should be sacked for stuff like this but they won't be.

 

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