Thursday, August 18, 2011

British Prime Minister defends 'tough' riot sentences handed out by courts (which he has insisted upon for political/Rothschild agenda reasons)

'Independent courts'? - what a joke.

'Prime Minister David Cameron has defended courts for handing out "tough" sentences for those involved in the riots across England.

Some MPs and campaigners say there were examples of terms being too harsh.
On Tuesday, two men were jailed for four years at Chester Crown Court for using Facebook to incite riots. One is to appeal against the sentence.'

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