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HOW TO EASE “BURDENS” ON THE CRIMINAL (IN)JUSTICE SYSTEM

By Pete Moore On April 30th, 2013

Just stop reporting crimes.

The BBC reports that more than 10,000 serious violent crimes were dealt with (or not) last year by “community resolutions”. This means apologies and compensation, but no criminal record for the perpetrator. It was done in the name of “reducing the burden on the criminal justice system”. Bless.

I bet glowing clear up rates had nothing to do with it either. Let’s stop reporting all crime to ease all those burdens on the poor darlings who trouser our loot under the pretence of “protecting society”, and who then tell us we should be happy with an apology after being attacked.

We can assume these were 10,000+ serious violent crimes against mere mundanes. “Serious violent crime” against politicians and judges would not be settled with an apology.

One Response to “HOW TO EASE “BURDENS” ON THE CRIMINAL (IN)JUSTICE SYSTEM”

  1. On criminals…are they born? nature? nurture? Advances in genetics and neuroscience are revolutionizing our understanding of violent behavior—as well as ideas about how to prevent and punish crime…Wall Street Journal’s Saturday essay:

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323335404578444682892520530.html