This is a discussion on Burglary Suspect Shot, Killed by GPD Officer within the In the News: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly forums, part of the The Back Porch category; Originally Posted by kd5nrh Five arrests including burglary in the last two years and he was back on the streets again; doesn't sound like there ...
And that is the pith of this huge issue. How is it that we tolerate offenses that number in the teens and still have societal institutions (courts, etc.) that let these people out?!
Isn't there some point where we need to say that even if the guy's 18th offense is "relatively minor" like a car theft or a burglary, that society should not have to suffer his repeat criminality anymore?!
I am saying that it's absurd how many "second chances" we are giving people. There are some people who, for whatever reason, prove themselves to be just trash. Worthless. Not fit to take part in living among society. Ideally I think they should be just put down (yeah, euthanasia) but at the very least we should just stick them into cages and let them stay there until they die. But we are willingly suffering them, instead, and then we have the gall to complain about crime?!
Good job Officer Dan Surrency!
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I forgot to ask in my lasts posts, how is your friend doing after this ordeal, Ret?
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Bad guys don't have any common sense. If this guy would rip a house off with someone inside he is capable of doing great harm to the occupant. The cop did the world a great favor by ending this dirt bags career. With this kind of BG there is no reasoning.
Last edited by Tom G; May 25th, 2007 at 05:19 PM. Reason: spelling