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Old 16-02-2013, 01:39
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I have little sympathy for the victim of this crime, but it does raise questions about the safety of our prisons.
That's what struck me with this article.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:45
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I don't care at all that he's dead. I've no sympathy for him whatsoever.

Plus one. I have no idea who killed him but don't really care anyway.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:45
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This isn't just Revenge Porn.

This is S&M Revenge Porn.
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Old 16-02-2013, 01:50
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I have little sympathy for the victim of this crime, but it does raise questions about the safety of our prisons.
I doubt if anyone is safe in prisons. Peter Sutcliffe has been attacked more than one in "secure" Broadmoor.

The prisons can't protect everyone, not that I really care.
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Old 16-02-2013, 02:00
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The prisons can't protect everyone, not that I really care.
My concern is for those that might wrongly be imprisoned. It would seem a perverse twist of fate, to me, to be imprisoned for crime which you didn't commit, possibly on the grounds of protecting others from you, only to be murdered or maimed.
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Old 16-02-2013, 05:53
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usually those who are classed as vulnerable prisoners are kept away from the other types of prisoners........

There have been a number of 'deaths' in HMP's this year (so far) - but we the general public do not get told of them, except if it involves notorious prisoners...... which is why we've been told about this one.

HMP Hewell - a prisoner was murdered a few weeks back.
and at a few others.

Anyone can ask to be a VP - if you're coming off drugs and don't wish to be put with the general prison population for fear of being put into a situation where drugs are readily available.... you will be put on the VP list... disgraced MP's will also be put on the VP list....
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Old 16-02-2013, 05:57
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usually those who are classed as vulnerable prisoners are kept away from the other types of prisoners........

There have been a number of 'deaths' in HMP's this year (so far) - but we the general public do not get told of them, except if it involves notorious prisoners...... which is why we've been told about this one.

HMP Hewell - a prisoner was murdered a few weeks back.
and at a few others.

Anyone can ask to be a VP - if you're coming off drugs and don't wish to be put with the general prison population for fear of being put into a situation where drugs are readily available.... you will be put on the VP list... disgraced MP's will also be put on the VP list....
Oh right, thanks for the info.
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Old 16-02-2013, 06:07
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This is impossible. Prisons are holiday camps where inmates are treated to luxury food, sky TV, whirlpool baths and therapeutic massages from local prostitutes.

Must be true, I'm sure I've read it in the tabloids and from people here.
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Old 16-02-2013, 08:05
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This isn't just Revenge Porn.

This is S&M Revenge Porn.
Curious isn't it. That revenge thing is almost, almost, understandable, if rather juvenile IMO. When it ramps up to positive sadism and blood lust it's a whole new level all together.

Some people are really quite disturbing.
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Old 16-02-2013, 08:27
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Curious isn't it. That revenge thing is almost, almost, understandable, if rather juvenile IMO. When it ramps up to positive sadism and blood lust it's a whole new level all together.

Some people are really quite disturbing.
I've long been of the opinion that civilisation is essentially an artificial structure we've put in place primarily to protect us from our own worse natures. This kind of blood lust does nothing to dispel that idea.
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Old 16-02-2013, 08:27
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Bradford Crown Court heard that the toddler suffered 107 injuries at Anwar's hands.

During a month-long ordeal a metal pole was used to shatter the child's leg. She died with fractures to all her limbs.


Rest in peace little one your killer is in hell
Doubt he would suffer much it would have to be a quick job
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Old 16-02-2013, 08:42
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Well done lads
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Old 16-02-2013, 08:46
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Nothing will change though as no extra money is going to be spent to make prison safer for violent murderers!
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Old 16-02-2013, 08:49
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Oh dear, how sad, never mind.......
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:16
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I don't see how people can think what these prisoners did was right. Let me make it clear that I have no sympathy whatsoever with the man who died -- he was clearly an evil and despicable human being -- but his punishment should have been to spend the rest of his life behind bars, not to be murdered by two people who have little reason to judge others when they're also behind bars.

I wonder if they feel proud of putting this man out of his misery? Of giving him what he's probably prayed for since being imprisoned. "Murder's really wrong, so I'm going to kill someone". Nice logic there. The idiots.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:19
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To be honest regardless of what he did, he will have a family who are now going through hell and grieveing. Two wrongs do not make a right because in all instances, someone innocent will suffer.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:29
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I don't see how people can think what these prisoners did was right. Let me make it clear that I have no sympathy whatsoever with the man who died -- he was clearly an evil and despicable human being -- but his punishment should have been to spend the rest of his life behind bars, not to be murdered by two people who have little reason to judge others when they're also behind bars.

I wonder if they feel proud of putting this man out of his misery? Of giving him what he's probably prayed for since being imprisoned. "Murder's really wrong, so I'm going to kill someone". Nice logic there. The idiots.
It wasn't right at all. But now that it's happened, I doubt many will give a damn. Of all the murders that take place, his is the one which will disturb me the least. If that makes me an uncivilized, neanderthal moron, then so be it. I can live with such a label. Many will share it with me.

He was a vile apology for a person.

To be honest regardless of what he did, he will have a family who are now going through hell and grieveing. Two wrongs do not make a right because in all instances, someone innocent will suffer.
Maybe, maybe not. I have to say that if he was a member of my family, there is no way I could feel any continued emotional connection with someone who committed an act of such abject cruelty. I imagine my only reaction would be one of detached observer.

Again, maybe that makes me a bad person. I'll have to suffer that consequence.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:29
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I've got no sympathy for this fellow and the fact that he is now dead may give some comfort to his victims relatives. The two prisoners are not and will never be Hero's for doing this although it probably wont stop the press from saying so.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:33
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Good riddance to the scumbag!
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:35
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Maybe, maybe not. I have to say that if he was a member of my family, there is no way I could feel any continued emotional connection with someone who committed an act of such abject cruelty. I imagine my only reaction would be one of detached observer.

Again, maybe that makes me a bad person. I'll have to suffer that consequence.
Well it is hard for me to say not having children but I suspect you could detach from them if they are living but as a woman who gave birth to a son, it must be devastating knowing they were brutally murdered, no matter what they had done.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:39
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Whilst I can not muster up much sympathy for the chap, it should never have been able to happen.
I agree.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:44
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Well if you dont commit murder you wont end up alongside other murderers.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:54
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I don't see how people can think what these prisoners did was right. Let me make it clear that I have no sympathy whatsoever with the man who died -- he was clearly an evil and despicable human being -- but his punishment should have been to spend the rest of his life behind bars, not to be murdered by two people who have little reason to judge others when they're also behind bars.

I wonder if they feel proud of putting this man out of his misery? Of giving him what he's probably prayed for since being imprisoned. "Murder's really wrong, so I'm going to kill someone". Nice logic there. The idiots.
He did spend the rest of his life behind bars.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:55
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Well if you dont commit murder you wont end up alongside other murderers.
Unless you're a prison warden.
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Old 16-02-2013, 09:55
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He did spend the rest of his life behind bars.
Ah treme, arguing for the right. You do surprise me.
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