Overcrowded Prisons? Solutions Please...

#1
One of the Davids was going on about building more prison places recently ....

.... Maybe theres another way ? Reducing the crims ... Way to go ... 8O 8O 8O

Guess there's no chance the 'The Great Leader' will try getting this through before he gets shown the door? :lol: :lol: :lol:
 
#2
Fecking hell, that guy isn't here to mess about.

Hang 'em high, hang 'em quick.

The US rope industry would have been over the moon if that bill had become law.
 
#6
The Bill seems OK but more money would be saved by stopping the feeding of the prisoner 3 weeks before the date of execution. Reduced food bill and elminate the expense of a hangman.

Note though, that juveniles and servicemen stand a good chance of avoiding the ultimate deterrent. I propose an amendment in which juveniles are notionally aged by 21 years and service felons receive a back-dated discharge from the forces to a month before the crime. The latter part of the amendment will save even more money.
 
#7
I like this bit the best! 8O

It is too expense to kill some body: It costs $500,000 to execute somebody by electrecution, and $200,000 to execute somebody through lethal injection. It is also too expensive to keep somebody in prison: It costs an average of $25,000 per year to keep somebody jailed. The bill will save a lot of money for the government.
 
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#9
How about tatooing fig 11 on their foreheads and let us use them for ITD training? "Targets WILL fall when hit!" It would be the best APWT ever!
 
#10
Can't help thinking that this has already crossed the mind of Gordon Brown in order to save a few quid. How big is the black hole in his calculations for this year?

There would be no traffic offences warranting the death penalty though (goose that lays the golden egg and all that....)
 
#11
By cutting off the food supply of the offender, you are forcing a re-calculation of the drop required to snap his neck efficiently. I say feed up the offender, give him too much drop and rip his head clean off. It means a messy pit, but hey!, thats showbiz!
 
#14
I have an idea:

Give the crims a chance of freedom.

Get ten of them locked into a room, and a shutter comes up and there are ten pistols on a table with nine rounds in each.

Battle Royle for the next ten minutes and then let the last man standing out.

If they offend again they have to go through the entire process again, but this time with one less round. They then lose a round for every time they re offend.

It would reduce the prison population, and will provide wholesome family entertainment.
 
#16
49 convicts stood against the wall, national lottery, each ball represents a convict, bonus ball decides method of death, ie 1 to 10 is hanging, 11 to 20 is firing squad, 21 to 30 is gasing, 31-40 is injection, 41 to 49 is death by kidney punches.

Got be worth a quid!!
 
#17
Pressing them under large granite stones works as well..........or.....get HM Tower of London to re-open Little Ease. A cell so small you can neither sit or stand in. Below the tide line of the Thames. Or put thier heads in a glass bowl full of hungry rats. Or send them to a Sunderland game........
 
#18
Best Solution - Coal Mines!!!

Send all the criminals down the mines..... in return for the coal they send up, they can have some food!!! More coal = more food!

(Although this may end up with a super-fit, sub-terra criminal race....)
 
#19
How about we use the lions from the Zoos around the country.

Imagine it, two chavs that have done your car over and had the stereo out of it for the 3rd time in 12 months.
The judge gives them the option of swinging by their Burberry scarved necks or spend 20 minutes with 'kitty' unarmed in exchange for a second chance at following the straight and narrow path that most of us tread.

Top quality entertainment, reduced meat bill for the zoos, reduced prison population. Law abiding people win all round.
 

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