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    BBC News - Daniel Pelka murder: Mother and partner found guilty

    "A mother and her partner have been found guilty of murdering her four-year-old son, who had been beaten and starved.

    Krezolek, a factory worker, and Luczak, were both drinking heavily and taking drugs, including cannabis and amphetamine, at the time of the abuse.

    Jurors were also told how Daniel was left to die in his room - described as an unheated "cell" - for around 33 hours after suffering a fatal head injury at his Coventry home on March 1 last year."


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    Quote Originally Posted by ctdctd View Post
    BBC News - Daniel Pelka murder: Mother and partner found guilty

    "A mother and her partner have been found guilty of murdering her four-year-old son, who had been beaten and starved.

    Krezolek, a factory worker, and Luczak, were both drinking heavily and taking drugs, including cannabis and amphetamine, at the time of the abuse.

    Jurors were also told how Daniel was left to die in his room - described as an unheated "cell" - for around 33 hours after suffering a fatal head injury at his Coventry home on March 1 last year."

    Not letting them live would be murder, which is a very serious offence under common law.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctdctd View Post
    BBC News - Daniel Pelka murder: Mother and partner found guilty

    "A mother and her partner have been found guilty of murdering her four-year-old son, who had been beaten and starved.

    Krezolek, a factory worker, and Luczak, were both drinking heavily and taking drugs, including cannabis and amphetamine, at the time of the abuse.

    Jurors were also told how Daniel was left to die in his room - described as an unheated "cell" - for around 33 hours after suffering a fatal head injury at his Coventry home on March 1 last year."

    Yes, let them live through "interesting times", then an eternity of suffering. I realise most on here don't believe in an afterlife, but this makes you want to believe in hell.
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    They will suffer more if left alive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctdctd View Post
    BBC News - Daniel Pelka murder: Mother and partner found guilty

    "A mother and her partner have been found guilty of murdering her four-year-old son, who had been beaten and starved.

    Krezolek, a factory worker, and Luczak, were both drinking heavily and taking drugs, including cannabis and amphetamine, at the time of the abuse.

    Jurors were also told how Daniel was left to die in his room - described as an unheated "cell" - for around 33 hours after suffering a fatal head injury at his Coventry home on March 1 last year."

    I've just spent my journey back to my digs shouting at the radio as they reported that there were 'missed opportunities' by the useless ******* social service liberal ******* who should hang their ******* heads in shame like the ***** they are.

    As for the useless teachers, who could not have failed to notice the state he was in, and the doctors who took the word of his 'mother' that he looked so ill because of a rare eating disorder, without bothering to check or follow up, I hope they, at best, lose their jobs and rights to ever be involved in the care of children again. ***** the lot of them.

    The mother and her husband? I'd shot the ****ers myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    They will suffer more if left alive.
    B0llocks - they will get cushy single cells "for their protection" and 3 square meals a day for life.

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    Death would be an easy way out.

    Same with Ian Brady, let that bastard be kept alive for all eternity.

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    The UK has the death penalty for anyone the wrong side of a British soldier's rifle in a war situation, so why shouldn't we have the death penalty for anyone on the wrong side of a judge, potentially?

    We spend billions keeping nuclear weapons ready to kill millions, yet won't use a cheap old length of rope to kill one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctdctd View Post
    B0llocks - they will get cushy single cells "for their protection" and 3 square meals a day for life.
    Their life in prison will be in danger until they die there - quick death would be a favour to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KentPhilip View Post
    The UK has the death penalty for anyone the wrong side of a British soldier's rifle in a war situation, so why shouldn't we have the death penalty for anyone on the wrong side of a judge, potentially?
    Because it's not war situation.

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