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  • ross1948 16:30 on November 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , early release, , Vienna Islamist atrocity   

    Vienna Key Question – Who Let The Pig Out Early! 

    And now we know that the murders in Austria…

    Austria Shocked…But Shouldn’t Be! 



    …could have been prevented!

    The alien scumbag who was, agreeably, shot?

    The alien scumbag had been jailed for his plan to go to Syria!



    The alien scumbag was released early!

    The alien scumbag should not have been released early.

    The alien scumbag should have been executed!


    • Dit Kellner 17:03 on November 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Right you are!
      If they dont like living in a civilized country, help them stop living. .


    • Noreen Paterson 18:38 on November 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If there’s no death penalty, it should be an automatic life sentence, no parole.
      Early release makes justice a joke.
      But I have just heard that the excuse for early release in this case was his age.
      Thinking aloud.

      What sense does that make? If he were 95, he would pose no real threat, but if he’s under 30 he is in prime condition for terrorism.
      Unfortunately, if a terrorists aged 30 gets life, that’s a possible half-century of feeding and housing him, so unfair to tax-payers.

      Therefore we need to renew efforts to bring back the death penalty.


  • ross1948 20:58 on August 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Albert Bowers, early release, Henry Long, Jessie Cole, , tougher sentences needed   

    In-Bred Cop-Killer Pigs – 42 Years Behind Bars? Hardly! 

    In-bred, amoral, cop-killer pigs!


    Jessie Cole, Henry Long and Albert Bowers (L-R)

    It’s still something of a shock that nobody was convicted of the murder of PC Andrew Harper.

    However, in the circumstances, although those swine honestly do deserve to be put down…

    ….the sentences are probably the best we could hope for.

    But that headline vexes me.

    Forty-plus years sounds pretty good, but lumping the sentences together like that is very misleading!

    When you break it down to the individual number of years per pig, the punishments are barely adequate.

    And the more you read, the worse it gets!

    Ordering that all three serve two thirds of their sentences before being released, the judge added: “A person who kills a police officer, having decided quite deliberately to behave in this way, commits as serious a case of manslaughter as it’s possible to envisage.”

    Why would ANYONE even consider that these foul ‘travellers’ might be released after serving merely two-thirds of their sentences?


    One devoutly hopes some other, less bestial, convict takes exception to their presence in or around his cell-block and purposefully sharpens a tooth-brush one otherwise boring morning!

    • Pamela 21:10 on August 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      My hopes are aligned with yours.
      These monsters are undoubtedly what you say, the result of the mating habits common in the camps where those kind of brutes are to be found.


    • Noreen Paterson 21:17 on August 2, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      There are very many people all over the UK who have given up on the British justice system and prefer to pin their hopes on ‘honest decent criminals’ of the kind you are envisaging.
      The liberals in every political party will throw up their hands in horror but the same liberals are those who block any return to really serious punishment for really serious crimes.


    • Keith Milner 06:22 on August 3, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It makes no sense to talk about cutting their sentences.
      Cutting off their heads would be a much better idea, but how they die does not much matter.
      Any kind of return to capital punishment would make great sense for cases like this.


  • ross1948 10:50 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Convicts re-offend, , early release, , Lampung, ,   

    Sumatra Horror – Virus Amnesty Convict Rapes Teen! 

    As the folly of releasing convicts and ‘asylum’ crimmigrants has become commonplace around the world, despite the obvious risks to public safety, it was sad to read in Indonesia’s Kompas of the actual human cost this policy has already exacted.


    In East Lampung, South Sumatra, a teenage girl was raped by one of what the authorities here delicately describe as the Covid-19 Assimilation Program.
    The 20-year-old criminal had been out of jail for less than a month when he ‘met’ the victim on Facebook, made a date…
    …then threatened to choke her unless she went into a garden area.
    Without the C19AM, that poor girl would not have been raped.
    Alongside that saddening Kompas report, there’s a link to another story, that another 39 convicts released under the ‘virus amnesty’ have also been re-arrested.
    Since Indonesia is far from the only country to have unleashed undesirables in this context, I’m asking readers for any news of similar outcomes elsewhere.
    • Santi 11:09 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      If they given freedom then do this, better execute!


    • Kezia 12:01 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Take them back to prison.
      Our health and safety is important.
      Everybody knows the crimes on our streets are more than before.


    • Marty N 16:55 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      In Canada, the cops are so stupid they dont even need a virus as an excuse to let a dangerous trans sex offender go free for weekends.


    • Marty N 16:59 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Sorry, sent you a comment with no news-link. Here it is.
      I wish they would execute these monsters. If they dont, then they get out and are dangerous again,


    • Ken Kasic 18:26 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      In answer to your question, about ‘similar’ examples in other countries, you should write something about the near-miss in Washington in the northwest USA.
      I am attaching a rough draft for you to polish and put into your blog if you like.


      • ross1948 18:51 on May 7, 2020 Permalink | Reply

        Thanks very much, Ken.
        It’ll be published, suitably embellished, by the weekend.


    • Wulan 18:22 on May 9, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      It has happened again this time the woman murdered also, in North Sumatra.


  • ross1948 08:30 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , early release, , , , , , , Street crime   

    Criminals Unleashed – To Be Replaced With Dissenters? 

    A  horrible story to wake up to, on this sunny Jakarta morning, a street robbery down in Kediri, East Java, a brave young woman killed after two biker thugs grabbed her mobile phone.

    Indah, 19 years old,was also on a motor-bike.

    She pursued the scumbags, but as she caught up, there was apparently a multiple collision – the victim of the robbery suffered a fatal head  injury.

    Street crime here can be met with street justice, but although a crowd got hold of one of the accused…


    …the cops took him into custody. 

    Another escaped into a nearby field and is being hunted.

    You can use Google Translate to read the full story, if you are of a mind to.


    Tragic, but only one of many similar crimes.

    I’ve been informed of others much closer to home, related by reliable friends of mine, here in Jakarta, crimes committed in broad daylight, machetes brandished by predatory scumbags to rob honest citizens.




    One has to ponder the possibility that the increase in street crime – admitted by the police – is not unrelated to the release of both convicts and undesirable aliens due to the virus crisis

    COVID-19: Indonesia releases more than 5,500 inmates, plans to free 50,000 – National – The Jakarta Post
    Apr 1, 2020

    And this policy is not unique to Indonesia. 

    While police in Britain and Australia and America and elsewhere are charging citizens who fall foul of ‘distance’ rules…



    …some ‘NGO’ big-mouths are demanding that convicts and even illegal aliens should be unleashed!

    Australia –  Apr 13, 2020 · Human rights advocate Craig Foster calls for asylum seekers to be released from detention

    UK  – Home Office releases 300 from detention centres amid Covid-19 pandemic. Mar 21, 2020

    USA.  3500 California prison inmates will be released over coronavirus… Mar 31, 2020
    …with all kinds of courts complicit in the ‘de-lockdown’ of evil-doers. 

    The question arises – if dissenters who defy lock-downs decline to pay their fines, will they find themselves in the prisons vacated by genuinely bad people?


    • Intan 08:39 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Most of us know or know about people getting trouble with criminals in Jakarta.
      I wish the criminals are still in prison. People are scared.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Jim Ex Jakarta 09:40 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Morning, Ross.
      If they keep the jail-birds in jail, they are at risk.
      If they let them out, we are at risk.
      Not a difficult choice, IMHO.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Rawel 09:48 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Too many preman (criminal) free to attack us.
      Not good.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Santi 11:29 on April 29, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Criminals should be in jail!

      Liked by 1 person

    • JazPen 21:58 on April 30, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      I agree with all previous comments on this, my Indonesian friends tell me that we are lucky to be shut indoors after dark.
      Robberies all over the place.
      Those locked up should stay locked up.

      Liked by 1 person

  • ross1948 21:20 on May 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , early release, , , subpoena, testifying   

    Why Has The Thing Been Un-Caged? 

    I just saw the traitorous trans-freak Bradley Manning ( no, of course I won’t call IT ‘Chelsea!’) has been released after barely nine weeks behind bars – no, not ‘gay’ bars!


    The Thing


    The Thing was jailed for refusing to testify in a US court.

    So has it earned its release by testifying?

    It seems not!

    A technical issue, expiry of a subpoena, is the reason.

    Manning was a few years ago sentenced to many years for a heinous crime.



    Obama felt sorry for it, so stepped in to unleash it, dealing a nasty blow to American justice.

    However, a new subpoena is possible, and if Freako defies that, there’s a fair chance that back it will go, and one hopes so.

    Though one must feel sorry for any normal law-breakers obliged to share a prison with it.



    The Thing should be put re-incarcerated, for years if need be, until It’s a Tranny- Granny – until it learns its lesson!

    • Pamela 21:28 on May 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      A Tranny-Granny is an alarming concept.
      It could go and join those horrible old witchy women in Vienna, ‘The Far-Left Grandmothers,’ I think they’re called, that make absolute fools of themselves jigging around in public squares


    • Ben Baniek 22:15 on May 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      Firing squad better, I say.


    • Vinnie Fiore 23:31 on May 10, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      It should not have been just his ——-s they cut off.
      At least the news about him means we never forget or forgive Obama for letting the little rat go home early instead of staying inside for another ten or twenty years.


    • Jacko 01:46 on May 11, 2019 Permalink | Reply

      I read the taxpayers had to pay for him getting his bits snipped.
      If so.
      They should make him pay back the cost before he is released.
      All his freaky friends could do a crowd-funder for him.


  • ross1948 09:01 on July 31, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , early release, Mubarek Ali,   

    British INJUSTICE -This Pig Deserves Torment, Not Freedom! 

    Is there no end to the reign of decadence in the British legal system?

    That’s the only possible conclusion one can draw from a headline in a UK local newspaper, concerning a vile and predatory pig who, in a healthy society, would surely have been put to death.


    Telford sex gang ringleader Mubarek Ali set to be freed early

    The pig, described as a ‘sex gang ringleader,’ was sentenced to 22 years for his role in one of the many ‘grooming gang’ networks established by predators of alien origin (apart from the pig and his brother, the evil gang convicted comprised Mohammed Ali Sultan, Tanveer Ahmed, Mohammed Islam Choudhrey, Mahroof Khan, and Mohammed Younis.



    Vermin all, and all of Pakistani descent – there were credible reports that both police and social workers did not do all they could in some parts of the UK because they cowered from allegations of ‘racism.’

    Rotherham’s Rats Rousted Out – But the Root of the Matter?


    But Pig Mubarak is not going to serve 22 years.

    He’s being released after barely 60 MONTHS.

    === Gambar terkait

  • ross1948 08:53 on January 16, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Afif, , , early release, , , , , , parole, ,   

    Photo of an Evil Entity – Why Was It Unleashed? 

    Again and again, we – and by that I don’t just mean me, but many people who live in Indonesia, local and expat – have pointed to the need for reform in the handling of terrorism.
    Pitifully inadequate sentencing is outrageous in itself…  
    ….but this weak-kneed attitude in courts is compounded by the folly of early release.
    Let’s be totally clear on this –
    Afif had been arrested by the National Police’s counterterrorism squad Densus 88 for involvement in military training in Aceh in 2010. The West Jakarta District Court sentenced him to seven years prison for terrorism and he was incarcerated in Cipinang Penitentiary. – http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2016/01/15/shooter-identified-ex-terror-convict.html
    Satan’s emissary Afif approaching Starbucks
    Sentenced to SEVEN YEARS IN 2010?
    Lives might have been saved, innocents not shot and badly hurt at Sarinah this week, had this demonic beast been kept caged. 
    Obviousy common sense dictates that ALL those convicted of terror-linked offences should be put to death.
    We’d all welcome it if President Jokowi were to make such a declaration .
    But meantime, let him, please, put an end to the nonsense of early release, remission, or parole, or whatever the current permissive catch-phrase happens to be. 
    A useful time to do so would be now, before the pig Hasanuddin gets out, to glory in his satanic sins.
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