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please show some compassion...

Discussion in 'The Pub' at netrider.net.au started by twainharte, May 18, 2009.

  1. wow.


    for someone who wanted someone else dead, why should she be granted a choice. imho, she looked to be suffering from "anorexia" before all of this.

    2yrs! not long enough.
  2. We don't know the full story.

    Her fiance could have threatened her to make her help him under duress.
    She may have done it out of blind love.

    She could be the drug-dealing mastermind.

    Who knows?
  3. Its called chivalrous justice.

    I dont think she should go back. Its important to do the trial properly here in Australia, in person.

    The whole anorexia BS is a bit of a ploy. Put her on an IV if they have to. This is the attractive woman victim defence to the max.
  4. But she's thin, blonde and beautiful. These sort of people just aren't meant to go to prison. Prison is for ugly people.
  5. Schapelle Corby anyone?
    didn't they want her to serve her sentence here?
  6. Who need another poll option.

    Who gives a sh1t! :LOL:
  7. i reckon let her serve at home.

    I don't see why transferring her is such a big issue.
  8. Once shes serving her jail time then who cares, but they want to send her back straight away and do the trial through a video conference. Since drug dealers are something of concern to the community, she should be aiding the community, not the community aiding her. Putting her back in swedish authority care could jeopardise the process here.....so why should she be sent back?
  9. She should stay here. Then I can check her out, in person.
  10. She could do "community service" at my place any day....!!
  11. and with that comment i just came up with a great way for women to reduce their sentences.

    If implemented of course, some safety measures would have to be put in place. Mandatory bounding and gagging. Teargas, handcuffs and torture implements optional extras for the excitable gentleman.
  12. I was thinking that she should stay here because I couldn't care less but then thought why not shift the cost of keeping someone in gaol to another country? She still serves her time and we save money.
  13. thats really funny
  14. I think you missed your calling as a comedian. You are a funny funny guy.
  15. dood, shes a pig.

    Look at the coin slots that she calls eyes, gross!!!!

    Shes got a fat nose, her hair line is too high and her cheek bones are also sitting too high.

    I'd still hit it though :LOL:

    Piss her off, send her home. I have issues paying to keep OS prisoners in jail.
  16. At 38kg, you'll be hitting a bag 'o bones. Given your size, lets make
    that a bag of dead bones snork_lach.

    Get sent to jail sooner rather than later. One less n00b is always
    good news snork_okok.

    Below pic was taken between when she arrived in 2004 & Oct 2006
    when arrested.

    Charlotte Lindstrom w/ ex-fiance, 44yo Steven Spaliviero
  17. so where do i sign up to be a prison officer? :)
  18. [​IMG]

    I think our judicial system should bring back public spankings.
  19. #19 twainharte, May 19, 2009
    Last edited by a moderator: Jul 13, 2015
  20. Jailed Sydney socialite Charlotte Lindstrom has been denied a
    request to be transferred to a prison in her home country of Sweden.

    The 24-year-old former model, who suffers from anorexia, must stay
    in Australia to give evidence against her fiancé in two trials, the Daily
    Telegraph reports.

    The federal government approved a transfer for her to spend the
    remaining year of her sentence in a Swedish jail, but the NSW Corrective
    Services Minister John Robertson said Lindstrom would have to stay in
    NSW to testify.

    "Lindstrom, who was convicted of hiring a hitman to murder two witnesses,
    received a discounted sentence on the basis she would co-operate with
    NSW Police and the DPP (Department of Public Prosecutions) in related
    Mr Robertson said.

    "Her obligations to testify against alleged individuals facing charges of
    conspiracy to murder and drug charges have not been met, and it is my
    view that Lindstrom's application for a transfer to Sweden should not be
    considered until such time as that occurs."