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    Default Love my neighbourhood-great place to live.


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    Boke. The tendon bit made me feel poorly.

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    Some spotty bastards round your way fella

    Stapes
    Michael Stapleton stapesmk1@hotmail.com (Not Martin Stapleton)

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    That's grim like.
    People make me fucking sick.
    Lets hope them two little cunts "get taught some respect" in prison, and by being taught respect I mean repeatedly raped and beaten half to death.

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    The real crime is that when they get out they will still be lawfully allowed to breed.

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    what a fucked up society we live in

    If you need a friend, get a dog !
    http://www.PositiveAggression.co.uk/

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    yeah that's really really messed up..

    drugs are bad, m'kay.

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    Last edited by andrew123; 24-02-2013 at 10:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew123 View Post
    "...have been locked up indefinitely."

    nice to see a break from these sorts of criminals being locked up for just 4 or 5 years.
    don't kid yourself, they'll get out in about 5 years anyway, indeterminate sentence is just basically life licence, there'll be a recommended period which the judge will give, normally about 5 years, so they'll do all that sentence and be up for parole at that point, and providing they've not gone crazy in jail they'll get out,it's just a way of keeping them on licence for ever so if they commit any offence they can chuck them back for a while!!!
    Don't Take Life Too Serious Or You'll Die Stressed!!!

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    Wow. That is horrible. There are some fucked up people out there. A kid I went to school with was sent down for 13 years for kidknapping and torturing a rival drug dealer (pouring boiling water all over him, holding an iron on him, etc.). It turned out he'd got the wrong bloke. Some people say that everyone deserves a second chance. Stories like these make me think otherwise.

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