yep that poor baby :-( the only thing he deserves is ratsack. thats it. if he were in MY jail, id conveniently forget about him in solitary confinement.. whoops!
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16-08-2013 21:19 #61Senior Member
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16-08-2013 21:20 #62
16-08-2013 21:35 #63
I feel conflicted in a way now! Before I read about the case - I thought a person's religious beliefs (regarding Halal diet) should definitely be adhered to. Unfortunately, I read about this specific case and now my feelings have changed. Now, i'm not even sure why a person who committed such a heinous crime is even able to make such a ridiculous claim to the Court??? "Holy crap they didn't give you a Halal meal - you poor thing......" meanwhile - what about what you did to a poor little innocent newborn baby!!! AGAIN I say the Australian justice system is F*kd up!
16-08-2013 21:42 #64
16-08-2013 21:48 #65
I can't understand how this even warranted resources allocated to the case to take it to trial.
Think about the time, effort and cost involved in:
Determining if compensation was warranted
Allocating state resources to represent him in court
Preparing the case - and the defence
AND the time in court with the judge.
16-08-2013 21:58 #66
16-08-2013 22:05 #67Senior Member
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16-08-2013 22:10 #68
It's not a flipping hotel. I don't care if he eats rotten food and cockroaches for the rest of his life. He forfeited his rights to choose his diet and lifestyle when he killed an innocent child. He should consider himself lucky he at least got vegetarian meals and not pig slop.
I am go smacked a convicted murderer can get compensation for not being able to have humanly killed meat to eat?! Where was the humanity for that little baby?
16-08-2013 22:46 #69
My biggest problem is the compensation that has been awarded. I don't get how people in prisons can even be eligible to ask for compensation. Sure complain to the warden and then to the government about your conditions. Maybe get the conditions changed a bit, but compensation - going to far IMO.
16-08-2013 23:33 #70Senior Member
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If a dietary requirement is life threatening & medically necessary, yes.
Anything else, absolutely not.
Too be honest, I couldn't care less how prisoners are treated.. I think it's an absolute joke that they expect to be treated humanely, I assume their victims had the same expectation.
And as for the people who are saying, oh we should treat them with respect, after all they are humans blah blah blah.... Would you feel the same if this 'human' had raped, tortured & murdered your child? I highly doubt it.
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