Crime and inadequate punishment in UK

A Pakistani will probably spend about 6 years in prison for a vicious hammer attack that left a young Native British woman nearly blind in one eye. From Yahoo News:

hammer attack

A carjacker who left his victim partially blind after hitting her across the head with a hammer has been jailed for nine years.

Majid Ali, 18, repeatedly struck Blythe Mason-Boyle across the head before taking her Audi A1 from Coventry Road, Sheldon, Birmingham, in March last year.

The 24-year-old was left with permanent sight damage in an attack described by police as “ferocious”.

She suffered cuts to her face and a fractured eye socket shortly after leaving a gym.

West Midlands Police released an image of her injuries following the sentencing of Ali, who officers said had shown no remorse.

Miss Mason-Boyle now struggles to see clearly through one eye and has also received counselling to overcome the trauma of her ordeal.

Changes in UK law, after the stabbing deaths of two people on a London bridge, require violent criminals to actually serve at least two thirds of their sentences. Did Ali commit his crime before the new law was passed, and would that mean he’ll be out in only 4 or 5 years? I wouldn’t be surprised. Here’s a novel concept for  you Britons: How about requiring violent offenders to serve ALL of their sentences, and sentencing them to appropriate terms to begin with?

There are good people in the UK, and there are patriots among them. But I’m feeling less and less sympathy for the Britons as a people; they’ve had plenty of chances to vote in parties such as the British Nationalist Party, and they chose to continue their support for the hostile elite. At this point, I feel more pity for the North Koreans, who never had such opportunities.

 

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1 Response to Crime and inadequate punishment in UK

  1. It’s like the U.K. is run by the Democrats, so easy on criminals.

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