Suffolk, to me at least, had always been synonymous with rolling countryside, and happy citizens going about their country-type business. But not anymore. It would seem that there has been an outbreak of scumbags attacking Police Officers over the Christmas period in this beautiful county.
One Officer in Felixstowe required hospital treatment on Christmas Day, following calls to a break in at a Jewellers. That’s right; a vile & putrid scumbag of the highest order, broke into someone’s business on Christmas Day, and the Police Officers who responded were assaulted meaning that one of them required Hospital treatment.
I do not condone death, but these feral entities of pondlife, should be put down. After all, we seem happy to put animals down which show signs of not being able to be controlled, so why don’t we do the same to the scum responsible for these sort of attacks? Are criminals ‘above’ creatures such as dogs? no. They are not. Dogs often don’t get to make ‘life choices’ but criminals do.
ANYONE convicted of assaulting not just our Police, but ANY member of the emergency services over Christmas should, at the very least, be condemned to a life of isolation away from decent people.
And I don’t want to hear the usual bo**locks from ‘human rights’ groups who come up with excuses on behalf of these vile scumbags. Most of these ‘human rights’ activists have never been the victim of a crime, let alone actually coming into contact with a deranged criminal. So they have no right to defend them, or to explain away their abhorrent behaviour.
Believe it or not, some people decide to embark on a life of crime, because that’s what THEY have chosen. It has nothing to do with society “failing them”. Its because they are evil scumbags, who should be donated to science for the betterment of society. At least that way, they can actually be of use.
I want to hear a member of a senior management team, or a politician refer to these individuals as “scumbags”. I want to hear so-called ‘leaders’ calling for these scumbags to be locked up for life. Just because I want to know, that such leaders feel the same as we do.
And whilst its great that we send taxpayers money to countries in order to help them, but what about looking after the British Public and protecting them from such evil first? Let’s get our own house in order, before we try and sort other people’s out.
Most crime, is committed by the same group of individuals. That is a fact. The answer is SIMPLE: LOCK THEM UP FOR LIFE! If they haven’t learnt their lesson from three consecutive convictions, then that’s it; they are not suitable to live amongst us. They make their choices, so lets lock them up.
I bet the scumbag who broke into the Jewellers in the aforementioned case and who ended up assaulting the Police, has at least three convictions. So why is he (assuming its a male) allowed to live amongst us? The ‘powers that be’ are soft on criminals. Because they do not want to face up to the cost of keeping these criminals out of society.
Written by one of the Admins of Emergency Services Humour, who is also a regular contributor to our Digital Magazine. Subscribe to our Digital Magazine, by clicking here —>
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