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  #1174919 13-Nov-2014 08:15
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Frontal lobotomy? I wonder what effect that has




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  #1174964 13-Nov-2014 09:12
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He has no doubt done us all a favour. I seriously doubt any parole board would want to put their name to his release form now, and the Govt Department of Clowns will want revenge for making them look like noddies.

 
 
 
 


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  #1174968 13-Nov-2014 09:22
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And it looks like getting him back from Brazil will be easier than expected. His former lawyer suggests that since his passport is cancelled he is now illegally in Brazil. That means they can just deport him rather than deal with extradition issues.




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  #1174975 13-Nov-2014 09:43
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Smith has been jailed awaiting deportation.
He asked for a private cell, but has been forced to share one with common Brazilian criminals.
How degrading smile




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  #1174979 13-Nov-2014 09:53
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Sideface: forced to share one with common Brazilian criminals.


To be fair, that's a lot of criminals to cram into one small room.

//George W. Bush jokes; still funny.




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  #1174987 13-Nov-2014 10:00
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SaltyNZ:
Sideface: forced to share one with common Brazilian criminals.


To be fair, that's a lot of criminals to cram into one small room.

//George W. Bush jokes; still funny.


For those who dont get a brazillian joke emails each day

 

Three Brazilian Soldiers

 

Donald Rumsfeld is giving the president his daily briefing. He concludes by saying: "Yesterday, 3 Brazilian soldiers were killed."

"OH NO!" the President exclaims. "That's terrible!"

His staff sits stunned at this display of emotion, nervously watching as the President sits, head in hands.

Finally, the President looks up and asks, "How many is a brazillion?"

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  #1174991 13-Nov-2014 10:02
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ROTHFLMAO!!!!!!




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  #1175004 13-Nov-2014 10:24
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Why do we want him back? As a taxpayer, I have no wish to see him again thanks. Let him rot in Brazil.





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  #1175007 13-Nov-2014 10:26
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sir1963:
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kiwitrc: So Philip Smith/Traynor legged it out of NZ when he was obviously being considered for release from prison and back into society.

His passport has been cancelled so I assume he can't get back in, or go anywhere else either.

The countries he went to don't have an extradition treaty with us, even better.

Therefore why the hell would the government want to spend probably millions on getting this arsehole back into the country?

Strikes me that corrections might have stumbled onto the perfect solution.




The prefect solution would be for the SAS to find him and quietly 'vanish' him. He will not be missed.


State sponsored murder is NOT a solution.

I would be happy to see the state permanently disabling some high risk criminals by severing the spinal column .

There should be a prison for these prisoners where they are denied external communications, and visitors once they have shown they are not to be trusted.


It IS a solution, it's just one you don't like.





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  #1175009 13-Nov-2014 10:27
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agreed! 

Edit: agreeing with two posts above




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  #1175011 13-Nov-2014 10:28
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Geektastic: Why do we want him back? As a taxpayer, I have no wish to see him again thanks. Let him rot in Brazil.


A few weeks in a Brazilian prison might teach him to appreciate NZ prisons - where he will be staying for a very long time ...




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I can't help but laugh that he's going to spend a year or more in a Brazilian prison. Those places are NASTY! If he does make it out alive maybe we should drop him in the middle of a favela? He wouldn't make it to the exit alive. Oh karma, you rock!

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  #1175034 13-Nov-2014 11:10
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U saying our crims are inferior to theirs




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  #1175036 13-Nov-2014 11:15
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joker97: U saying our crims are inferior to theirs


No, not at all. More so that life is incredibly cheap in the poor parts of Brazil and the criminals are particularly blood thirsty. 

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Stress: I can't help but laugh that he's going to spend a year or more in a Brazilian prison. Those places are NASTY! If he does make it out alive maybe we should drop him in the middle of a favela? He wouldn't make it to the exit alive.


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