How governments keep certain deranged killers out of jail – and why.

Have you noticed that some people
get heavily prosecuted for crimes while
other walk away?

A mind bending documentary about
how governments keep certain
deranged killers out of jail – and why.

Video:

http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/25450.html

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2 Responses to “How governments keep certain deranged killers out of jail – and why.”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Tory Ministers roaring with laughter at poor people having to fight for food and use food banks to survive

    Iain Duncan Smith leaves Commons debate on food banks early

    Tory ministers have been condemned for not taking the plight Britain’s poor seriously after a rowdy Commons debate on food banks during which the Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith refused to answer questions and left early.

    As Fiona MacTaggart, the Labour MP for Slough, described how people battled over end of day bargains in her local Tesco, she was almost drowned out by laughter and jeering from the government benches.

    Ms MacTaggart could barely be heard over the braying as she described how the supermarket had been forced to draft in extra security and asked “Isn’t that a shocking sign in the 21st century?”

    Labour MP for Copeland in Cumbria, Jamie Reed told The Mirror: “I regret to say the laughter from the government benches says more about this issue than words ever could.”

    Iain Duncan Smith, the work and pensions secretary, and the remaining government ministers from his department left the debate after an hour, well before its conclusion.

    Barry Gardiner, Labour MP for Brent said it was “extraordinary” to see Mr Duncan Smith smirking as it was pointed out that half a million people are now using food banks – and the minister refused to answer any questions directly, instead leaving them to be fielded by his deputy, Esther McVey.

    Reead nore here…..

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/iain-duncan-smith-leaves-commons-debate-on-food-banks-early-9013917.html

  2. Jason H. Smith says:

    The Tory Party is, quite simply, entry-level Satanism!

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