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Criminals are welcome to Briton.

type102If you are a murderer on the run, child molester, rapist, embezzler, pickpocket or have taken part in any other crime you have no problem getting into Briton.
Just come on over, free entry, help given, no questions asked.

After a few months you will be given a house to rent or money to rent a room or house but the government will give you the money to pay the rent. Also you will receive money from the government to help you live here as well as free access to our health care.
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Britons wanted criminals.

type102A link for more information about these people.


p01jpk7kAggravated burglary

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Convicted Murderers And Rapists

Convicted Murderers And Rapists On The Run

Hundreds of criminals who should be in jail are on the run, including 20 murderers and nine rapists, it has emerged.

Figures released by the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) reveal that more than 100,000 offenders freed from jail over the last 10 years have been hauled back to prison for breaching their release terms.

All prisoners serving fixed jail terms since 2005 have been automatically freed when they have completed half of their sentence, regardless of the risk they pose to the public or whether they have shown any remorse.

Nearly 1,000 prisoners – some of whom have been convicted of very serious crimes – have ignored the demand to return to jail and are still at large.

One offender in his 30s, who was automatically released halfway through his five-year sentence for domestic violence and threatening to kill his partner, was subject to an emergency recall after texting death threats to her within two hours of his release in Merseyside.

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britains debt fixed ( part 2 )

Dear Mr Cameron,

Please find below my second suggestion for fixing England ‘s economy. Pensioner’s will be well looked after, and all crime stopped.

Put all the pensioner’s in jail and all the criminal’s in a nursing home.

This way the pensioner’s would have access to shower’s, hobbie’s and walk’s.

They’d receive unlimited free prescription’s, dental and medical treatment, wheel chair’s etc and they’d receive money instead of paying it out.

They would have constant video monitoring, so they could be helped instantly, if they fell, or needed assistance.

Bedding would be washed twice a week, and all clothing would be ironed and returned to them.

Staff would check on them every 30 minute’s and bring their meal’s and snack’s to their room.

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