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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cicero View Post
    Free will, I think it should be removed.

    With a bullet.
    Bullets are far to quick. Blunt objects should be reserved for scum like this.

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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    Quote Originally Posted by icow View Post
    Bullets are far to quick. Blunt objects should be reserved for scum like this.
    He's worse than scum
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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    The 95 year old man is now dead apparently.

    Looks like he will be up for murder or manslaughter.

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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    And they're starting to paint the attacker as a victim, having foetal alcohol syndrome.

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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Snorkbox View Post
    The 95 year old man is now dead apparently.

    Looks like he will be up for murder or manslaughter.
    Very rare, an apparently dad man.
    "The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living." Cicero

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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    Breaking into a house should be made a much more serious offense with very high penalties for the first offense.

    This will stop this lame "burglaries go wrong" excuse.

    And ripping investors in finance companies off should also be a much more serious offense with compulsory acquisition of all assets, overseas and in trusts, every last cent.
    So what colour is your Adkaf?
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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    Quote Originally Posted by Digby View Post
    Breaking into a house should be made a much more serious offense with very high penalties for the first offense.

    This will stop this lame "burglaries go wrong" excuse.

    And ripping investors in finance companies off should also be a much more serious offense with compulsory acquisition of all assets, overseas and in trusts, every last cent.
    Quite right, never seem to get the proportions right with punishment, very rare to see a beheading.
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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    Snork .... can't find any news on the gentleman having died .... apparently he is in a stable condition in hospital.

    Can you tell me where you got the "dead" news from please.

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    Default Re: 95-year-old Auckland man stabbed in head ...

    Like he said, he was only apparently dead.

    Which I assume is not very dead.
    "The life of the dead is placed in the memory of the living." Cicero

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