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GUEST,Falco BS: Judicial murder in China (156* d) RE: BS: Judicial murder in China 02 Jan 10

People who attack their own society should be made to pay a price. The overriding consideration of a government should be to protect the vast majority of the population who prefer to live by rules which insured that what ever else might go wrong in your life, crime was not on the list. It is too easy these days to blame someone of something for how your life has turned out.

And they also have the old "Mental health" card to play. The person here in question was never treated for a mental health problem. He saw his G.P. several times since returning to the UK from Poland and America, but never once for a mental health related problem. This attempted smoke screen was thought up by his family, none of which are health professionals. So please stop referring to him as suffering from mental illness, unless you can produce proof ?

Now I see it is possible for an inmate to have a family life at Her Majesties pleasure. A prisoner rights organisation has called for more Conjugal rights for prisoners. "Allowing prisoners access to a partner could drastically reduce their tensions". Great, not only do they enjoy a hotel lifestyle, we have to allow them a weekly rattle at some tart as well.

We have to break this ultimately destructive choice of life style which fast becoming a reasonable option for many. Only those who respect the rule of law should be credited with a full set of human rights.

If a drug dealer murders your child, I know your opinion will alter.I hope to God it's something you never have to experience.

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