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Couple of things in this article about two incredibly stupid and greedy women which need correcting, as far as I am concerned. The pair of them did not agree to plead guilty on the smuggling charge; they were guilty, they were actually caught with the drugs in their cases. They changed their pleas to ‘guilty’ in the hope that they would get a reduced sentence. Fortunately, the Peruvians are smarter than these two would-be ‘glitz-kids’, and hopefully will slam each of them with the maximum of fifteen years.

They should have thought through the possibilities of either making some ‘easy money’ running a small car-load of deadly poisons into Europe, or doing what the rest of us boring, law-abiding, sober, hard-working, but essentially free people would be doing right about now, which is not worrying about whether we will survive a fifteen-year stretch in a South American prison.

 

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4 thoughts on “But we didn’t understand; Sob, sniff; boo-hoo!

  1. If the two women were coerced into it (quite possible) I feel very sorry for them, but at the end of the day Peru has a right to exercise their laws just as any other country does.
    There is no doubt that had western countries applied far more draconian sentences for drug supplying and dealing we would have much less of a problem than we do now.
    But maybe that’s what happens when you make the law flexible and compassionate; you end up encouraging people to break it.

  2. All of the comments in the DM have no sympathy with the two trollops at all. Good.

    Decades ago narcotic smuggling was the province of mafia-style hard men with criminal records and nothing to lose but another stretch in clink again.
    Now we have the spectacle of bleating teenage girls trying their hand at it, and hoping for sympathy.

    “We wos se-up wosn’t we, like we didn’t know nuffink like, right?”

    Wrong.

  3. Agit8,

    If the two women were coerced into it (quite possible) I feel very sorry for them,

    …and the dog ate my homework, Mr. Smith; honest!

  4. Now we have the spectacle of bleating teenage girls trying their hand at it, and hoping for sympathy.

    Bernard
    As I said earlier we don’t know for sure that there was no coercion, and if so I feel doubly sorry for them. There is enough blackmail and bullying and threats of physical violence in this grim old world of ours.
    If however they did do it of their own volition then they must pay the consequences.

    I should think there are very few women who can manipulate or force a man into doing something illegal, but men forcing women?
    All the time.

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