Spanish Judges and Sentencing

#1
Maybe it’s time our bleeding heart Judges looked to the Spanish to see how to sentence terrorists

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7070827.stm

43000 years stir seems to be far fairer than the slap on the wrists and a British Passport our legal system seems to grant Johnny Foreigner just in case their ‘Human Rights’ have been breeched!

Edited Title by popular demand
 
#2
Sorry to ruin the party but

The jail terms are largely symbolic as under Spanish law the maximum term that can be served is 40 years.
You don't need 43 million years or whatever they "symbolically" gave them - give them life, and make life mean life. And no playstations either.
 
#3
Baldrick - you might want to consider revising the title of this thread. Is 'dago' really an appropriate term to use in Current Affairs?
 
#4
wedge35 said:
Baldrick - you might want to consider revising the title of this thread. Is 'dago' really an appropriate term to use in Current Affairs?
Got to agree with you there. "Guinea" or "Spic" may be more appropriate.
 

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#5
Poor_Bloody_Infantry said:
Sorry to ruin the party but

The jail terms are largely symbolic as under Spanish law the maximum term that can be served is 40 years.


You don't need 43 million years or whatever they "symbolically" gave them - give them life, and make life mean life. And no playstations either.
And the relativesof the dead and injured are not happy with the lenient sentences:
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/7071990.stm

A little unfortunate in you choice of language to start the thread I think!

Maybe it’s time our bleeding heart Judges looked to the Spanish to see how to sentence terrorists
 

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