Thursday, November 28, 2002

NSW opposition pledges review of detention laws

New South Wales Opposition Leader John Brogden has pledged a full review of periodic detention laws, if he wins Government next March.

Mr Brogden has highlighted a case in which he says a child sex offender was given preferential treatment to protect him from other prisoners.

He also claims the current system allows some offenders to serve only a third of their terms in jail, by moving them onto home detention within six months of their sentence.

A spokesperson for Justice Action Ms Anal Advice said " NSW Prisons are a sex offence if you have been raped, bashed and squatted down to be strip searched. People should be diverted from going there at all material times".

Brogden when on to say "What sort of a crazy system is it that allows child sexual offenders after so-called good behaviour of six months ... [to] become eligible for the rest of their sentence to be served through home detention," he said.

Ms Anal "The same sort of crazy system that allows anyone to become eligible?"

[Also Brogden knows like everyone that a child sex offender has no defence and is the most unpopular person alive once they've been convicted or branded. However, the prison system itself breeds them like the common cold.]

The Coalition believes periodic detention should be denied to serious first-time offenders.

Ms Anal believes John Brogden should spend some time in jail to find out what a real pain in the arse is. What Brogden calls a sex offender is probably (miss con screwing) the facts. Misconstruing is a good description of an Anal Retentive dumbo who can't tell the difference between young adults and serious matters.

By John Condom 28 Nov 2002


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