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Re: Lawless London
Posted by: Jilted
Date: 06/09/2017 15:51
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Jilted
A 14 year old and 17 year old shot.
[www.bbc.co.uk]

Young man stabbed to death.

[www.standard.co.uk]

They know a long jail sentence lies ahead for murder or attempted murder, it doesn't seem to be a deterrent. We really need to look at the reasons why these crimes are happening and tackle that problem.

Many say the young see no prospects of a good job and wage so they just steal and plunder like the good old days of the vikings.sad smiley

The 14 year old popped his clogs, these crimes are usually gang related, so he probably was a 'gangster' himself, I think when I was his age I was still playing with a cap gun playing cops and robbers, ( well maybe not quite, but I certainly wasn't dodging real bullets). Seemingly many of the moped thieves are 15 year olds, don't get me wrong we got up to a lot of mischief when we were young but we were scared of the police because if you got nabbed you had the wrath of mum and dad to contend with. There was a programme about the Met on tv the other month, a young lad was killed when fleeing from the police, so when the police were arresting some other young criminals, the dead lads family came out and gave the police hassle as did many other folk from the community. Surely to feck if the lad was fleeing from the police he was up to no good and has to take some responsibility for his own death. Just goes to show the calibre of some of those breeding today, perhaps morons should be sterilised so their genes don't produce more morons.

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