Advert

MPs should take action

Is it the fault of the clerk who enters the wrong time of the crime in the log book at the police station which allows the abuse of a child and muggings to go unanswered? Should we therefore prosecute him/her? Or should the crime go unpunished? Or is it the fault of our code of laws that allows such petty mistakes to nullify action against criminals and, thus, ensure they are not accountable for their crimes?

I feel the fault lies with the lethargic electorate who should protest loudly to their elected representatives and insist they take action to ensure that such crimes are successfully prosecuted.

Unless this is done we will continue to have a travesty of justice in this country.

Advert

Comments are submitted under the express understanding and condition that the editor may, and is authorised to, disclose any/all of the above personal information to any person or entity requesting the information for the purposes of legal action on grounds that such person or entity is aggrieved by any comment so submitted.

At this time your comment will not be displayed immediately upon posting. Please allow some time for your comment to be moderated before it is displayed.

For more details please see our Comments Policy

Comments not loading? We recommend using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox with javascript turned on.
Comments powered by Disqus
Advert
Advert