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Subject: Progresssive justice run amok ... Date: 1/22/2013 11:07 AM
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A burglar has escaped with a caution despite admitting 113 offences.

Jason Dernbach, 24, was given the soft punishment after confessing to a three-year crime spree.

At the time he was behind bars for 26 separate offences.

Surrey Police, which made the decision, says it has suspended its policy of ‘multiple cautions’.

Kevin Hurley, the newly elected police and crime commissioner for the county, said he would investigate the case.

‘It seems that if someone has admitted 113 further offences then there ought to be an additional sanction for this,’ he added. ‘I’ve never known a burglar who is locked up in D Wing break into someone’s house.’

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2265721/Burglar-let-...



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Caught dozens of times.....but, all they do is give him a 'warning' and let him go?


113 robberies?

If this was TX, he'd probably have had his crime spree cut short a lot sooner...

and this perp is STILL on the streets!.......

That's what happens with your progressive justice system where they give 'cautions'.....a written warning to not do it again......over and over and over and over and over and over again.

It's insanity.....

but that is socialism at work.

It's where the innocents are turned into 'I'm a victim of crime' over and over again.


t.
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