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Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Fair go 

The police often recieve criticism in regards to who they choose to prosecute and who they let off the hook.

For example, the cops recently announced they wouldn't be laying charges against Government Minister David Benson-Pope over historical, and disputed, allegations of him assaulting numerous students when he was a teacher.

The police are currently weighing up whether or not to charge another Government Minister, Taito Phillip Field, over some possibly dodgy dealings involving wannabe immigrant tilers.

So I was delighted to see that the police haven't hesitated to throw the book at the offender in this instance - may justice be served.
The Christchurch woman who survived two nights trapped in a car with her mother after driving off a road and into a ravine in south Westland has been charged with careless use of a motor vehicle.

Marion Hounsome, who is orginally from the UK but now lives in Christchurch, will appear in Whataroa District Court in December, National Radio reported.

Ms Hounsome and her 71-year-old mother Glenys were discovered trapped down the cliff three weeks ago when a tourist stopped to take a photograph and heard their cries for help.

They should give her life behind bars, because I'm sure she hasn't been through enough already.
There is no such thing as an accident, only driver error, etc. etc.

But Yamis you are too soft on crime. Life behind bars is too light a sentence for such heinous offending.

In prison she'll get free food and a TV to watch ... whereas honest law-abiding citizens such as yourself have to pay for your own food and tv.

Oh fuck it. I hope she can afford a decent lawyer.

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