Righteous Revenge [Pic]

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 4 years ago in Weird

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Male 73
It wasn`t just "fellow inmates." It was specifically a cousin of the victim who happened to be in the same prison.
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Female 2,691
Yep, because this scumsucker`s fellow inmates are sterling citizens. I say, burn them all. But this pig is the prize porker. Make sure he suffers.
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Male 54
This is better than the 10 year sentence. F^#k him
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Male 38,480

I don`t like vigilantes.
Given the error ratio in this kind of emotion trial {25% in some states} I`d have for an innocent man to have that branded on him.
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Female 4,447
I think it`s pretty safe to say that child molesters are the universal low man on the totem pole of the world`s prison systems.
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Male 13,624
Most pedos, and kiddy fiddlers in the UK have to be segregated from the rest of the general nay do gooders
but occasionally security lapses
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Male 13,624
Even general low lifes have morals
good on em
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Female 688
You people seriously just now figured out that prisoners don`t like child molesters.

This is why I think any person who molests a child should be sentenced to general population, but then again I`m more forgiving then others.
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Male 914
Considering that the prison system is filled with people serving life sentences for owning a few herbs, should we really be surprised to see strong moral code from prisoners?
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Female 9,475
Karma`s a bitch.
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Male 4,893

The last thing we need is criminals and psychopaths deciding who to punish and how to punish them (unless they are wearing a badge).

In this case, I do not disapprove.
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Male 7,123
I`m quietly impressed that they remembered the apostrophe. Does this prison have a good literacy programme?
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Male 1,582
That`s some pretty decent handwriting.
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Male 1,059
Prison justice.
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Male 2,549
Wow, the sense of morality (though admittedly a bit on the extreme side) is rather well developed in the criminal mind.
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Male 1,189
hmmmm, not for vigilante justice, but it is a nice prison tat. Think of all the conversations that will start up in bars when he gets out
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Male 1,252
I think this is wellover ten years old and if Im not mistaken katie had a cousin serving time in the same jail.
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Male 3,745
no matter WHERE you get locked up its the same thing...if they found out you aren`t "child friendly" you are lucky if this is all you get...
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Male 11,740
If this is true, well done.
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Female 160
They should have carved it into his face. A tattoo like that can easily fade. But if it`s scared, then it`s there for life.
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Male 1,558
Sometime them inmates do the right thing-but rarely.
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Male 15,832
If this is what they did to his face, I`d hate to see what they did to his junk. He deserves it, though.
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Male 3,462
Heh. My brother in law had to serve time (sold meds to his friend). He said that those in jail who harmed women and children were given the hardest time; so, I can believe this.
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Female 8,044
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