The country for criminals

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Re: The country for criminals

Post by OKW » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:00 pm

thx TUV, imagine the horrible change from1969 to 1997 . Must be dreadful what it is today. As PR says, TEXAS. Unfortunately this trend keeps on going across the board. Europe, once reasonably lenient in that regard can't wait to become more like America, while totally ignoring a few proven good working things, that could be copied into the system with the standard delay of 10-15 years normally.
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Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:53 am
it was in 1997 and he said it was about an ounce. He also said smoking tabacco was also not allowed in the nick!
sini whatever your fucking name is add me to your list you obnoxious wanker
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Re: The country for criminals

Post by tightenupvolume1 » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:31 pm

That is Boston in Lincolnshire UK
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Re: The country for criminals

Post by tightenupvolume1 » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:44 pm

i just googled North sea camp, it is now an adult prison not a young offenders place. It gives details of when it was a borstal in the past but no mention of it being a detention center? They were closed down due to excessive violence by the screws and the high rate of re offending, so much for the short sharp shock!
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