Ronnie Biggs, naughty train robber (one of 7) who nicked a whole stack of wedge all those years ago has been released fom prison on compassionate grounds and is not expected to live for long. The bloke is not a saint by any stretch, but to hear some people speak of him, you'd think he was a terrorist or a drug dealer. I consider that he's done his time, albeit a lot of that was in the manner of an exile, subject to arrest in a large number of places should he ever visit, and let's face it, he voluntarily came back to blighty to serve time. Is it wrong for me to feel a tinge of pity for the bloke, despite the robbery and his part in it all those years ago? The reason why I do, is that he's being villified even now for being a terrible b@stard, while society has moved on to such a degree that there's much, much worse people out there - many of whom have been released despite blowing up towns and innocent civilians with bombs. Thoughts?