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The Consequences of Unseriousness

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Q:  What happens when crime gets discovered, but no serious punishment ensues?

A:  It gets repeated.

And what happens when it gets repeated?  Read the story and see for yourself.

Should any of us wait to hear from the defendants' counsel how, in the case seven years ago, they were protecting the "vulnerable" from the sinister forces of the state? Who exactly  --  the prosecution or the defense  --  is being compassionate here? 

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Weak and ineffectual sanctions such as parental counseling or anger management trivialize crime and leave the public exposed to the next depredations of those granted unwarranted leniency.

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