December 5, 2006

Prison News

Prisoners in Canada have lost their access to free tattoos.

Meanwhile, a young lad in the US was sentenced to 22 years behind bars for alleviating his boredom by killing a homeless man.

The lad in question has now spent an entire eight months in jail. Confronted with 22 years of unrelenting boredom in the absence of homeless people, he boldly went to court to ask to be released, as he

The lad in question has now spent an entire eight months in jail. Confronted with 22 years of unrelenting boredom in the absence of homeless people, he boldly went to court to ask to be released, as he

The lad in question has now spent an entire eight months in jail. Confronted with 22 years of unrelenting boredom in the absence of homeless people, he boldly went to court to ask to be released, as he feels he has already learned his lesson and wants to go home to help others. "I want to be an inspirational speaker for troubled teens."

Sensibly, “The judge and the state both argued that being deprived services and being locked away is precisely the point of prison.”

Italian criminals have taken a turn toward legitimizing their business interests. Parmesan cheese is the new hijacking good of choice for organized crime. Perhaps they got the idea from shoplifters, who, in Italy, are more prone to nicking a packet of parmesan than any other item.

2 comments:

  1. Oh please don't get me started on liberal activist judges. They have wrought more pain on our country than any other group of "intellectual" folks Evah!.

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  2. Indeed. Evah!

    But I believe Americans tend to shoplift meat products more than cheese.

    I just totally made that up.

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