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Alloa Akbar
15th Feb 2013, 10:50
Suffering children is always an emotive subject, and I am not suggesting that what has gone on here is correct in modern society, however I can't help but feel a little inner satisfaction on behalf of the poor child, that this evil bastard has finally had to face actions rather more akin to the crime he committed.

BBC News - Child murderer Subhan Anwar killed in Long Lartin Prison (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-leeds-21473294)

Rot in pieces scumbag.

500N
15th Feb 2013, 10:56
Honour among thieves ?

It's well known that child murderers, molesters etc
are not safe in prison.

No loss to society.

gunbus
15th Feb 2013, 11:55
"Two men aged 47 and 45 have been arrested on suspicion of murder"

Why ? Albert Pirrepoint and his assistant weren't, justifiable homicide in my book:ok:

Fliegenmong
15th Feb 2013, 12:12
What 500 said.....

The SSK
15th Feb 2013, 12:45
Two men aged 47 and 45 have been arrested on suspicion of murder

Maybe a bit of time off for good behaviour might be more appropriate.

Snapdragon
15th Feb 2013, 13:18
If milo would lend me his lump hammer I could have shown him an appropriate use for it!! :}

lomapaseo
15th Feb 2013, 14:27
I'm confusicated. How do they define being held hostage in a prison cell?

and of course the suspects are in police custody, they were already in prison ???

racedo
15th Feb 2013, 18:39
Wondering whether the perps will now get time off for good behaviour.

Somehow I doubt the Prison Officers will give them a hard time as gene pool just improved.

Standard Noise
15th Feb 2013, 18:42
Look on the bright side, it frees up a prison place for another scumbag!

500N
15th Feb 2013, 18:50
Standard

Good point.

Milo Minderbinder
15th Feb 2013, 19:14
"If milo would lend me his lump hammer I could have shown him an appropriate use for it!! "

I'd have been pleased to, I'd have lent you a suitably sharpened stone chisel as well

Snapdragon
15th Feb 2013, 19:19
You don't want a sharp chisel on a person like that!! Blunt and dull to enable him to enjoy the full technicolor experience!!

Milo Minderbinder
15th Feb 2013, 20:07
I said "suitably sharpened" not "sharp"......theres a world of difference between the two

like if someones being kneecapped you probably don't want the drill to be a high speed one

stumpey
16th Feb 2013, 01:33
I just KNEW this was gona end up on here.

Bit of natural justice at last. Well done that man!

Quizling
16th Feb 2013, 08:02
I wonder if those two prisoners would like a holiday in New Zealand.

In about 18 years would be good.................

JJ trial: Life sentence for Joel Loffley - National - NZ Herald News (http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10865372)

Tankertrashnav
16th Feb 2013, 08:55
The report says the man was serving a minimum 23 year sentence.

Am I the only one to regret he has effectively had 19 years of misery knocked off his sentence? There is a fate worse than death, and this guy deserved to suffer it in full.

That said, I'm shedding no tears for him.

racedo
16th Feb 2013, 10:28
The report says the man was serving a minimum 23 year sentence.

Am I the only one to regret he has effectively had 19 years of misery knocked off his sentence? There is a fate worse than death, and this guy deserved to suffer it in full.

Can see the headlines

Prison Service allows man to avoid 19 Years of sentence.................Home Sec asked to resign