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Loss of Rights on conviction of crime

Comment 5th July 2010

It is a basic right not to have others impinge on your law abiding life.

By committing a crime against others (theft,burglary etc.) and being convicted of that offence then imprisonment should remove the rights of that offender. ALL rights.

Their action did not take into account the effect on thevictim and in most cases I believe that it is a life changing experience that was not optional for the recipient.

Once someone has been convicted in Britain then it is for British Justice System to operate. Allowing the offender to appeal to Europe when the reality hits them is just  not acceptable.

It is long awaited that the punishment should fit the crime. Someone has yet to convince me that the Death Penalty is not a deterrent against murder.

Getting tough on crime might just improve the lives of the innocent victim who lives in a law abiding way. It is time to protect the innocent and punish the guilty.

Why does this matter?

Law abiding citizens should be protected by the full might of the law in the country where I was born.

People should be respected for being law abiding and be free to live their lives accordingly without having the outcome determined by complete strangers who have desire to cause harm.

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