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May 1, 2010

“Career criminal” John Hickinbottom came unstuck here when he tried to rob a bank in Oldbury, West Mids.

The other customers objected to him jumping the queue and dished out a bit of summary justice.

Had he been a bit more polite, he might have got away with his attempt to take someone else’s money. As it turns out, he’s now doing a stretch inside.

As proof that the Labour Party are tough on crime, this “career criminal” (I’ll repeat those words, just in case you missed them) was given an indefinite sentence.

How does someone become a “career criminal”? If  someone is that prolific, then they should be locked up for a very long term and become a “career prisoner”.

When I was at school, indefinite implied a very long period of time. Three years does not strike me as indefinite.

Now thirty three years – that would be a more suitable indefinite sentence for a “career criminal”.

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  1. May 2, 2010 19:57

    Good to see Joe Public getting stuck in on the scrote. Three years for robbing a bank – what has this bleeding world come to? Out in 12 months if we’re lucky, then the prat will be back at it.

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