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The value of human life

Discussion in 'The Pub' started by bkdu, Feb 4, 2013.

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  1. A$8,000,000 for smuggling cigarettes and tobacco (because they were depriving the Gumbyment of revenue) and $750 for killing a human being (referring to the report on rider killed by woman driver).

    Sometimes I truly wonder where humanity is heading ... more often than not seems down a very steep descent ... sorry but I read the report about the accident earlier and then stumbled across that little gem about the smuggling ... feeling depressed now ... :(

  2. I got news for those who belive the police doing their work right
    My man from back home killed this kid in a fight
    Had to do social-work, he got arrested a few times
    But never had to do time, never paid no fines
    This other cat, he kill trace with fiscal violence
    Which equals a loss of cash for the government
    They couldn't prove his guilt, as he stood in silence
    But since that crime was economical
    They bent every law and paragraph they could find to lock him up
    Now what does that teach us - They don't give a fcuk
    If you hurt flesh and blood that don't cross nothing
    But you'll get like twelve months for material destruction

    Looptroop - The Long Arm of the Law.
  3. Keep this in the other thread please
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