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Life Sentence

  • February 27th, 2008

The NSW government moved years ago to make life mean life in the worst cases. And they mean it, even for cases not covered by that law. Their  latest move to oppose parole for triple murderer Cribb is consistent with their policy for evil offenders.

O for the day when we have a government with similar determination to uphold the courts’ promise of justice to victims.


  • ross
  • February 27th, 2008
  • 3:11 pm

Yes, it would be good to have such a government, but wouldn’t it also be good for the family and Australian government in this case not to have to attend the parole hearing? Wouldn’t the ideal situation be no parole, so no parole hearing?

Some criminals should not be eligible for parole.

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