Eric Brophy, from Southend, gets 21 years for spate of violent crimes

Eric Brophy

Eric Brophy

First published in Echo News
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by , Senior reporter

A THUG who committed a string of violent attacks, including repeatedly stabbing an 18-year-old, has been jailed for 21 years.

Eric Cantona Brophy, 18, of St Mary’s Road, Southend, also left two teenagers with slash marks across their faces over the summer holidays last year and poured hot water over a fellow prisoner while he awaited trial.

Judge John Lodge sentenced him to 21 years in a young offenders institution today at Basildon Crown Court for a total of thirteen counts of crimes, mostly violent, spanning from June to November last year.

He told him: “You will not be released for 16 years and until the parole board are convinced that you no longer pose a danger to the public.”

In July he repeatedly stabbed Kaz Salih, 18, leaving him for dead in Fairfax Drive, Westcliff. A jury failed to return a verdict of attempted murder but he had pleaded guilty to grievous bodily harm.

Mr Salih required surgery after bravely asking him to return to return stolen goods to a group of teenagers Brophy had mugged at knifepoint. His wounds, after surgeons saved his life, are shown below:

Southend Standard:

In June he had stabbed Leon Calvin in the stomach before robbing him in Prittlewell Chase, Southend.

He had pleaded guilty to all the crimes for which he was sentenced today.

After the hearing, investigating officer Dc Mike Buckingham, said: "Brophy is a very dangerous individual who injured six victims in the space of a four week period this summer.

"Two of his victims sustained life threatening injuries.

"It shouldn't be forgotten that all four separate incidents were horrific in their own right and some of his victims are still struggling to come to terms with their traumatic ordeals. Our community is clearly a much safer place now that he is behind bars."

 

Southend Standard:

 

His crimes in total:

June 4 – assaulted a fellow inmate at Warren Hill Youth Offenders Institution, Suffolk.

June 15 – wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm (GBH) and robbery in Prittlewell Chase, Southend.

June 23 – wounding with intent to cause GBH of 16-year-old in hostel in Southchurch Road, Southend.


July 10 – Four counts of robbery plus two attempted robberies in Chase Park, Westcliff.


July 11 – Two counts of wounding with intent to cause GBH in Fairfax Drive, Westcliff.


November 3 – Actual bodily harm of fellow inmate in HMP Chelmsford, while awaiting trial.

 

For the full story see Monday's Echo.

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7:19pm Fri 10 Jan 14

niki-loo says...

seriously "eric cantona" hahahaha!!!
seriously "eric cantona" hahahaha!!! niki-loo
  • Score: 48

7:24pm Fri 10 Jan 14

H.79 says...

Brilliant. About time they started handing out longer sentences. Let's hope this happens more often. Bet that took the wind out of his sails.
Brilliant. About time they started handing out longer sentences. Let's hope this happens more often. Bet that took the wind out of his sails. H.79
  • Score: 88

7:37pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Howard Cháse says...

H.79 wrote:
Brilliant. About time they started handing out longer sentences. Let's hope this happens more often. Bet that took the wind out of his sails.
Hear! Hear!
[quote][p][bold]H.79[/bold] wrote: Brilliant. About time they started handing out longer sentences. Let's hope this happens more often. Bet that took the wind out of his sails.[/p][/quote]Hear! Hear! Howard Cháse
  • Score: 48

7:50pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Born & bread says...

niki-loo wrote:
seriously "eric cantona" hahahaha!!!
Oh arr!

Glad the scum got the long sentence.
[quote][p][bold]niki-loo[/bold] wrote: seriously "eric cantona" hahahaha!!![/p][/quote]Oh arr! Glad the scum got the long sentence. Born & bread
  • Score: 42

7:58pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Blind Haze says...

The piece of sh1t got what was coming to him. Well done to the courts too for giving him a proper sentence.
The piece of sh1t got what was coming to him. Well done to the courts too for giving him a proper sentence. Blind Haze
  • Score: 69

8:08pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Vox SoS says...

what a fine, upstanding member of society . . . .

if destruction is good for dogs, it's more that suitable for this piece of lowlife filth
what a fine, upstanding member of society . . . . if destruction is good for dogs, it's more that suitable for this piece of lowlife filth Vox SoS
  • Score: 42

8:10pm Fri 10 Jan 14

supermadmax says...

wow
wow supermadmax
  • Score: 0

8:15pm Fri 10 Jan 14

runwellian says...

He got 21 years and before he arrives at prison they are saying 16 years, so by the time he has spent a week in prison, will the sentence be reduced further?

It is high time that prisoners served the sentence handed down to the , every single day of it!
He got 21 years and before he arrives at prison they are saying 16 years, so by the time he has spent a week in prison, will the sentence be reduced further? It is high time that prisoners served the sentence handed down to the , every single day of it! runwellian
  • Score: 41

8:37pm Fri 10 Jan 14

pendulum says...

Sentences should increase and standards & privileges should decline in order to balance the cost.
Sentences should increase and standards & privileges should decline in order to balance the cost. pendulum
  • Score: 29

10:52pm Fri 10 Jan 14

Dumbnut says...

His crimes in total:

June 4 – assaulted a fellow inmate at Warren Hill Youth Offenders Institution, Suffolk.

June 15 – wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm (GBH) and robbery in Prittlewell Chase, Southend.

June 23 – wounding with intent to cause GBH of 16-year-old in hostel in Southchurch Road, Southend.

In the space of 3 weeks?. Why was he released after the 1st assault? Ampther wannabe Duggan. Let's hope they nipped it in the bud.
His crimes in total: June 4 – assaulted a fellow inmate at Warren Hill Youth Offenders Institution, Suffolk. June 15 – wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm (GBH) and robbery in Prittlewell Chase, Southend. June 23 – wounding with intent to cause GBH of 16-year-old in hostel in Southchurch Road, Southend. In the space of 3 weeks?. Why was he released after the 1st assault? Ampther wannabe Duggan. Let's hope they nipped it in the bud. Dumbnut
  • Score: 30

11:29pm Fri 10 Jan 14

ShrimperSS0 says...

What a credit to his parents. Oh wait a minute "Eric Cantona" Dad must've been a fan of the kung fu king. Hope the term is not cut short for any reason.
What a credit to his parents. Oh wait a minute "Eric Cantona" Dad must've been a fan of the kung fu king. Hope the term is not cut short for any reason. ShrimperSS0
  • Score: 25

8:26am Sat 11 Jan 14

Bigmama1 says...

Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence.
Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence. Bigmama1
  • Score: 19

8:31am Sat 11 Jan 14

Robin Reliant says...

Bigmama1 wrote:
Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence.
it says 18 years old and he got 21 years.
But at aged 34 he will look pretty silly in a young offenders jail.

Quote:
He told him: “You will not be released for 16 years and until the parole board are convinced that you no longer pose a danger to the public.”

I don't think he will be out in 16 years somehow, after all he has even got in trouble inside twice already, maybe someone more violent will teach him a lesson.
[quote][p][bold]Bigmama1[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence.[/p][/quote]it says 18 years old and he got 21 years. But at aged 34 he will look pretty silly in a young offenders jail. Quote: He told him: “You will not be released for 16 years and until the parole board are convinced that you no longer pose a danger to the public.” I don't think he will be out in 16 years somehow, after all he has even got in trouble inside twice already, maybe someone more violent will teach him a lesson. Robin Reliant
  • Score: 15

8:38am Sat 11 Jan 14

Russ13 says...

Should have got longer!

The law is an **** as he should have been done for attempted murder.

I don't understand how you can stab someone repeatedly and then claim you weren't trying to kill them?

I think the law should be changed completely to send a very strong message to this type of scum: If you carry a knife or an unlicensed firearm in public you will receive a minimum of 25 years inside.
Should have got longer! The law is an **** as he should have been done for attempted murder. I don't understand how you can stab someone repeatedly and then claim you weren't trying to kill them? I think the law should be changed completely to send a very strong message to this type of scum: If you carry a knife or an unlicensed firearm in public you will receive a minimum of 25 years inside. Russ13
  • Score: 32

8:47am Sat 11 Jan 14

johanuk says...

Bigmama1 wrote:
Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence.
Yes, i agree, 16 years will be far too short. Hopefully he will receive some of the same treatment in prison that he meted out in public!
[quote][p][bold]Bigmama1[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence.[/p][/quote]Yes, i agree, 16 years will be far too short. Hopefully he will receive some of the same treatment in prison that he meted out in public! johanuk
  • Score: 12

9:29am Sat 11 Jan 14

ColonelSpiffSpaff says...

He'll probably grow a beard, change his name to mohammed and be out in 3 years because of his human rights
He'll probably grow a beard, change his name to mohammed and be out in 3 years because of his human rights ColonelSpiffSpaff
  • Score: 18

9:48am Sat 11 Jan 14

whataday says...

Robin Reliant wrote:
Bigmama1 wrote:
Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence.
it says 18 years old and he got 21 years.
But at aged 34 he will look pretty silly in a young offenders jail.

Quote:
He told him: “You will not be released for 16 years and until the parole board are convinced that you no longer pose a danger to the public.”

I don't think he will be out in 16 years somehow, after all he has even got in trouble inside twice already, maybe someone more violent will teach him a lesson.
Hope you're right. By the way he's behaved so far if the "parole board" looks hard at his behaviour in prison he orobably should never be released
[quote][p][bold]Robin Reliant[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Bigmama1[/bold] wrote: Glad to hear this scum was given a long sentence although I think it should have been longer. Why also is he going to a detention centre for young offenders? He is 21 and an adult. He should be serving his sentence in a proper prison. Also I can't believe that even before he has commenced his term it's been reduced to 16 years if "the parole board" think he is no longer a danger to the public. How many times have we heard this and practically ever time when these scum are released early they reoffend. I think that if they reoffend then they should get a long sentence plus adding the outstanding part of the sentence to the new sentence.[/p][/quote]it says 18 years old and he got 21 years. But at aged 34 he will look pretty silly in a young offenders jail. Quote: He told him: “You will not be released for 16 years and until the parole board are convinced that you no longer pose a danger to the public.” I don't think he will be out in 16 years somehow, after all he has even got in trouble inside twice already, maybe someone more violent will teach him a lesson.[/p][/quote]Hope you're right. By the way he's behaved so far if the "parole board" looks hard at his behaviour in prison he orobably should never be released whataday
  • Score: 9

10:58am Sat 11 Jan 14

pembury53 says...

Russ13 wrote:
Should have got longer!

The law is an **** as he should have been done for attempted murder.

I don't understand how you can stab someone repeatedly and then claim you weren't trying to kill them?

I think the law should be changed completely to send a very strong message to this type of scum: If you carry a knife or an unlicensed firearm in public you will receive a minimum of 25 years inside.
I agree the law is an ****, but the problem is that the higher you raise the bar in criminal trials the more likely a jury finds not guilty........ in the context of current sentencing i think 16 years for GBH with intent, albeit on several occaisions, should be considered a good result that this low life is gone, and will probably end up serving longer given his track record...... in reality though your right 'attempted murder' no doubt..... as for 25 years for just carrying a knife, no way. there are many people who with good reason are afraid out on the streets and carry knives for defence however wrong that may seem....
[quote][p][bold]Russ13[/bold] wrote: Should have got longer! The law is an **** as he should have been done for attempted murder. I don't understand how you can stab someone repeatedly and then claim you weren't trying to kill them? I think the law should be changed completely to send a very strong message to this type of scum: If you carry a knife or an unlicensed firearm in public you will receive a minimum of 25 years inside.[/p][/quote]I agree the law is an ****, but the problem is that the higher you raise the bar in criminal trials the more likely a jury finds not guilty........ in the context of current sentencing i think 16 years for GBH with intent, albeit on several occaisions, should be considered a good result that this low life is gone, and will probably end up serving longer given his track record...... in reality though your right 'attempted murder' no doubt..... as for 25 years for just carrying a knife, no way. there are many people who with good reason are afraid out on the streets and carry knives for defence however wrong that may seem.... pembury53
  • Score: 2

2:18pm Sat 11 Jan 14

BinDipper says...

What a pleasant individual. Now that's what I call a proper sentence.
What a pleasant individual. Now that's what I call a proper sentence. BinDipper
  • Score: 11

2:42pm Sat 11 Jan 14

mickyboy67 says...

execute the vermin
execute the vermin mickyboy67
  • Score: 15

5:33pm Sat 11 Jan 14

blonde says...

Let's hope he gets a taster of the treatment he has given to others!
Let's hope he gets a taster of the treatment he has given to others! blonde
  • Score: 10

5:58pm Sat 11 Jan 14

Seasider90 says...

Wears the soap? Yes he will ha ha. Anyone can be tough with a blade in their hand. Little coward nothing without a weapon and will soon meet some real tough lads inside who will love calling him Erica Cantona - somebody tell me this is a misprint. Oh what fun he's going to have inside. Proper justice - who's the Daddy eh little toe rag. Long time inside - good luck "Erica". Start reading some gardening books ha ha.
Wears the soap? Yes he will ha ha. Anyone can be tough with a blade in their hand. Little coward nothing without a weapon and will soon meet some real tough lads inside who will love calling him Erica Cantona - somebody tell me this is a misprint. Oh what fun he's going to have inside. Proper justice - who's the Daddy eh little toe rag. Long time inside - good luck "Erica". Start reading some gardening books ha ha. Seasider90
  • Score: 11

7:00pm Sat 11 Jan 14

stopmoaning1 says...

Russ13 wrote:
Should have got longer!

The law is an **** as he should have been done for attempted murder.

I don't understand how you can stab someone repeatedly and then claim you weren't trying to kill them?

I think the law should be changed completely to send a very strong message to this type of scum: If you carry a knife or an unlicensed firearm in public you will receive a minimum of 25 years inside.
Perhaps you should have been on the jury then.

Looks like the police and CPS charged him with attempted murder, because if you read the story as far as the point where it says "A jury failed to return a verdict of attempted murder" that's very clear.

Everybody who moans about the police and CPS must also remember that there's no accounting for a juries verdict!
[quote][p][bold]Russ13[/bold] wrote: Should have got longer! The law is an **** as he should have been done for attempted murder. I don't understand how you can stab someone repeatedly and then claim you weren't trying to kill them? I think the law should be changed completely to send a very strong message to this type of scum: If you carry a knife or an unlicensed firearm in public you will receive a minimum of 25 years inside.[/p][/quote]Perhaps you should have been on the jury then. Looks like the police and CPS charged him with attempted murder, because if you read the story as far as the point where it says "A jury failed to return a verdict of attempted murder" that's very clear. Everybody who moans about the police and CPS must also remember that there's no accounting for a juries verdict! stopmoaning1
  • Score: 12

7:38am Sun 12 Jan 14

BodyBuilder says...

I think 21 years is a bit harsh. 5 years would of been more suitable. His only 18 and got plenty of time to turn his life around.
I think 21 years is a bit harsh. 5 years would of been more suitable. His only 18 and got plenty of time to turn his life around. BodyBuilder
  • Score: -47

8:47am Sun 12 Jan 14

Rich;'Carol says...

After his jail term ..deport him back to his family's plot of land back to southern Ireland. Vile **** violent parasite, his family never wanted him and I wonder why ?
After his jail term ..deport him back to his family's plot of land back to southern Ireland. Vile **** violent parasite, his family never wanted him and I wonder why ? Rich;'Carol
  • Score: 13

10:10am Sun 12 Jan 14

Kn.xxxxx says...

With someone like this I don't think it matters how long they get, they're obviously a messed up person so no amount of time will change them, keep him in there forever and he'll still be the same. Some people are just brought up to be that way and there's no changing them
With someone like this I don't think it matters how long they get, they're obviously a messed up person so no amount of time will change them, keep him in there forever and he'll still be the same. Some people are just brought up to be that way and there's no changing them Kn.xxxxx
  • Score: 5

12:48pm Sun 12 Jan 14

BodyBuilder says...

Kn.xxxxx wrote:
With someone like this I don't think it matters how long they get, they're obviously a messed up person so no amount of time will change them, keep him in there forever and he'll still be the same. Some people are just brought up to be that way and there's no changing them
Not all the time. When young people go to prison they learn skills, and perhaps get themselves a job in the prison. It's meant to turn them around and prepare themselves for the outside. And people can be successful. But obviously not everyone will be like that, and just go on to re offend again and again. I can imagine this Eric guy won't judging by his criminal nature.
[quote][p][bold]Kn.xxxxx[/bold] wrote: With someone like this I don't think it matters how long they get, they're obviously a messed up person so no amount of time will change them, keep him in there forever and he'll still be the same. Some people are just brought up to be that way and there's no changing them[/p][/quote]Not all the time. When young people go to prison they learn skills, and perhaps get themselves a job in the prison. It's meant to turn them around and prepare themselves for the outside. And people can be successful. But obviously not everyone will be like that, and just go on to re offend again and again. I can imagine this Eric guy won't judging by his criminal nature. BodyBuilder
  • Score: -12

2:07pm Sun 12 Jan 14

pembury53 says...

Rich;'Carol wrote:
After his jail term ..deport him back to his family's plot of land back to southern Ireland. Vile **** violent parasite, his family never wanted him and I wonder why ?
his family had a great sense of humour though..... eric 'cantona' brophy ..... marvellous !
[quote][p][bold]Rich;'Carol[/bold] wrote: After his jail term ..deport him back to his family's plot of land back to southern Ireland. Vile **** violent parasite, his family never wanted him and I wonder why ?[/p][/quote]his family had a great sense of humour though..... eric 'cantona' brophy ..... marvellous ! pembury53
  • Score: 2

3:49pm Sun 12 Jan 14

RochfordRob says...

mickyboy67 wrote:
execute the vermin
A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension.

This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him.

We have got things seriously wrong in this country.

Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.
[quote][p][bold]mickyboy67[/bold] wrote: execute the vermin[/p][/quote]A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him. RochfordRob
  • Score: 17

7:07pm Sun 12 Jan 14

BodyBuilder says...

RochfordRob wrote:
mickyboy67 wrote:
execute the vermin
A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension.

This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him.

We have got things seriously wrong in this country.

Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.
So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time.
[quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickyboy67[/bold] wrote: execute the vermin[/p][/quote]A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.[/p][/quote]So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time. BodyBuilder
  • Score: 3

1:12pm Mon 13 Jan 14

RochfordRob says...

BodyBuilder wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
mickyboy67 wrote: execute the vermin
A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.
So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time.
Well you misjudged it then.

If it were up to me I'd string him up without batting an eyelid.

This is what 50 years of pandering to criminals has produced.

There's no detterent to anything any more.
[quote][p][bold]BodyBuilder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickyboy67[/bold] wrote: execute the vermin[/p][/quote]A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.[/p][/quote]So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time.[/p][/quote]Well you misjudged it then. If it were up to me I'd string him up without batting an eyelid. This is what 50 years of pandering to criminals has produced. There's no detterent to anything any more. RochfordRob
  • Score: 0

8:40pm Mon 13 Jan 14

floorplan says...

Hopefully he will get stabbed... in the rectum.
Hopefully he will get stabbed... in the rectum. floorplan
  • Score: 1

12:16pm Tue 14 Jan 14

Lauqhlast. says...

RochfordRob wrote:
BodyBuilder wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
mickyboy67 wrote: execute the vermin
A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.
So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time.
Well you misjudged it then.

If it were up to me I'd string him up without batting an eyelid.

This is what 50 years of pandering to criminals has produced.

There's no detterent to anything any more.
What about people in authority breaking the law, for instance police men...what would you have done with them?
[quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BodyBuilder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickyboy67[/bold] wrote: execute the vermin[/p][/quote]A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.[/p][/quote]So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time.[/p][/quote]Well you misjudged it then. If it were up to me I'd string him up without batting an eyelid. This is what 50 years of pandering to criminals has produced. There's no detterent to anything any more.[/p][/quote]What about people in authority breaking the law, for instance police men...what would you have done with them? Lauqhlast.
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1:17pm Wed 15 Jan 14

RochfordRob says...

Lauqhlast. wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
BodyBuilder wrote:
RochfordRob wrote:
mickyboy67 wrote: execute the vermin
A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.
So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time.
Well you misjudged it then. If it were up to me I'd string him up without batting an eyelid. This is what 50 years of pandering to criminals has produced. There's no detterent to anything any more.
What about people in authority breaking the law, for instance police men...what would you have done with them?
A rhetorical question eh? Well, here's your answer - no such thing, coppers only kill bad people and scumbags.

There, just the answer you were hoping for no doubt.

Have fun ranting over that one.
[quote][p][bold]Lauqhlast.[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BodyBuilder[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]RochfordRob[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]mickyboy67[/bold] wrote: execute the vermin[/p][/quote]A pensioner in the UK having worked all his life (mostly) receives about 6K p.a as a pension. This waste of skin and breath will COST about 40K p.a for about the same amount of time someone 'enjoys' a pension. He will be kept in a nice warm place, three meals a day and not a care in the world. All for ZERO COST to him. We have got things seriously wrong in this country. Elsewhere, a collective of morons are now beatifying a violent criminal who Plod did us all a favour with by shooting him.[/p][/quote]So judging by your comment then, the best thing to do is not send him to jail atall? I think the public will be pleased a dangerous person like this will be behind bars for a long time.[/p][/quote]Well you misjudged it then. If it were up to me I'd string him up without batting an eyelid. This is what 50 years of pandering to criminals has produced. There's no detterent to anything any more.[/p][/quote]What about people in authority breaking the law, for instance police men...what would you have done with them?[/p][/quote]A rhetorical question eh? Well, here's your answer - no such thing, coppers only kill bad people and scumbags. There, just the answer you were hoping for no doubt. Have fun ranting over that one. RochfordRob
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1:23pm Wed 15 Jan 14

LauqhIast. says...

Ha ! I knew it. You evil nasty racist criminal and thug. You have fianlly admitted everything and this will be reported. You also eat babies for breakfast (probably)

Nurse, go away, I'm busy. Pass my records.

Huff
Puff
Rant
Rave
Wibble.
Ha ! I knew it. You evil nasty racist criminal and thug. You have fianlly admitted everything and this will be reported. You also eat babies for breakfast (probably) Nurse, go away, I'm busy. Pass my records. Huff Puff Rant Rave Wibble. LauqhIast.
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8:22pm Sun 19 Jan 14

You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat says...

LauqhIast. wrote:
Ha ! I knew it. You evil nasty racist criminal and thug. You have fianlly admitted everything and this will be reported. You also eat babies for breakfast (probably)

Nurse, go away, I'm busy. Pass my records.

Huff
Puff
Rant
Rave
Wibble.
I hear he has already said goodbye to his HMP virginity, he's going down well now...LoL
[quote][p][bold]LauqhIast.[/bold] wrote: Ha ! I knew it. You evil nasty racist criminal and thug. You have fianlly admitted everything and this will be reported. You also eat babies for breakfast (probably) Nurse, go away, I'm busy. Pass my records. Huff Puff Rant Rave Wibble.[/p][/quote]I hear he has already said goodbye to his HMP virginity, he's going down well now...LoL You'dfeelbetterforknowingthat
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