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  • Sterling-Wayne Wyatt
    Most felony criminals in custody are likely to be repeaters! A far lesser number of misdemeanor criminals in custody are likely to be repeaters! Of both, first
    Message 1 of 10 , Jan 21, 2003
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      Most felony criminals in custody are likely to be repeaters!
      A far lesser number of misdemeanor criminals in custody are likely to be repeaters!
      Of both, first timers are less likely to be repeaters than the already repeater.
      People who do not commit crimes and do not go to jail are NEVER repeaters.
      MY POINT (from one who has BEEN there!). 
       
      Do something more meaningful about KEEPING PEOPLE
      OUT OF JAIL IN THE FIRST PLACE!
      -- I DON'T MEAN AUTOMATIC UP FRONT PAROLE.
       
      Cruel and unusual punishment is no longer, IMHO, consistent with the crime.
       
      In Saudi Arabia, I left money in plain sight and not one cent was ever stolen.
      Thieves in SA lose fingers and hands when caught stealing.   A person missing
      a finger from the right hand (or the right hand - the hand used for toilet hygiene)
      is no longer allowed to eat from the community food bowls.  He's marked
      for what he is - a thief.
       
      In America --
      If a convicted thief were to lose a finger, I would bet the shop lifting rate
      would drop drastically.
       
      If a convicted rapist were to lose the tool of his rape, date rape would
      come to a near halt.
       
      If a convicted 1st degree murdered were to lose his life automatically
      upon conviction, the motives for most murders would go away.
       
      Make people take SEVER responsibility for their actions!!!
       
      Wayne
       
       
      On Tue, 21 Jan 2003 05:50:45 -0000 "ewrdmail <ewrdbox@...>" <ewrdbox@...> writes:
      That sounds like what Saddam Hussain does.
      ---snip--
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