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GUEST,Falco BS: Judicial murder in China (156* d) RE: BS: Judicial murder in China 29 Dec 09


This was the right decision by the Chinese government, why does the British government keep sticking its nose into other counties laws. People like him who commit such crime's broke the law of that country, he knew what he was doing... nothing would have been said by his family etc if he had got away with it... and got his reward...
we need to look at our own problems before getting involved in other people problems, I believe the death sentence should be bought back here for various crimes. Forget this crap that he was off his trolley. He was never treated for mental illness, craft possibly.


Just for a minute forget the "Human rights" issues. What about the rights of those of us who have to put up with the crime caused by drugs & their addictions. If we executed the traffickers & dealers the crime rate would drop out of sight. Saudi executes drug dealers/traffickers who speaks out against them?


Chinese law states death for Drug smuggling so be it. Shame we don't have the same penalty here. We spend too much time poking our noses into how other countries run their lives and trying to convert them into Brits or Yanks. Hence 9/11 etc. When will we learn that they have been running their countries for thousands of years without our intervention.

Drug dealer's have always got some feeble excuse, haven't they. What amazes me is that Gordon Brown tried defending this drug dealer.

One less scum ball with a pulse tonight. Yap all you want, it won't bring him back.


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