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Lamination for criminals
Posted 11/30/08
I think you mean something like, rather than have them locked in a cell, have them do community work like pick up trash at beaches and what not. Of course, though, they should be chained in groups of 2 or 3 that way it's harder for them to escape if they try.
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Posted 11/30/08
what in the hell?
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Posted 11/30/08
i think he means making criminals in prison do work. but that would be illegal in deomcratic nations and the would probably escape
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Posted 11/30/08
oh, now i get it. Anyone has a video of it?
Posted 11/30/08
hmmmm..i've heard of that....like they have the criminals like fixing glasses or something like that
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Posted 12/1/08
HEy!!

Well For Me Its like the Movie Death Race... .criminals were used by the government to some use like earn money for the country.. if they will be chasing same criminals they would colaborate with each other to both escape in the hand of government... we'll just make my own opinion anyway....
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Posted 12/2/08

Digix wrote:

that wonk wok in democratic countries.
evil Criminals are quite useless since you cant trust them.
and hamless criminals are waste of money to keep them in jail anyway


Former professional thieves know a lot of skills and tricks of the trade that are beneficial to police.
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Posted 12/2/08

angelseraphim wrote:


Digix wrote:

that wonk wok in democratic countries.
evil Criminals are quite useless since you cant trust them.
and hamless criminals are waste of money to keep them in jail anyway


Former professional thieves know a lot of skills and tricks of the trade that are beneficial to police.

but these skill are quite useless for police, since laws do not allow to use such methods anyway.
they cant legaly ask another thief to steal evidence, or they cant ask professional killer to kill some mafia boss.
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Posted 12/2/08

Digix wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:


Digix wrote:

that wonk wok in democratic countries.
evil Criminals are quite useless since you cant trust them.
and hamless criminals are waste of money to keep them in jail anyway


Former professional thieves know a lot of skills and tricks of the trade that are beneficial to police.

but these skill are quite useless for police, since laws do not allow to use such methods anyway.
they cant legaly ask another thief to steal evidence, or they cant ask professional killer to kill some mafia boss.


No. Not like that. They can hire a thief as a sort of adviser that can provide information as to how a heist can be committed under particular circumstances. Rats and snitches are also useful in a similar way.
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Posted 12/2/08

angelseraphim wrote:
No. Not like that. They can hire a thief as a sort of adviser that can provide information as to how a heist can be committed under particular circumstances. Rats and snitches are also useful in a similar way.


maybe, but you dont need army of counselors and such job is not enough to repay for crime.
nobody will release thief from jails just because he explains his techniques

and for some professionals killer to repay for his crime we should send him to Afghanistan to kill Bin laden
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Posted 12/2/08

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I work in a printing shop, laminating a criminal would be one sure way of them never breaking the law again...lol (but hell, just feed em into a hogger - has metal teeth)

Posted 12/2/08
Eh.
Just put them on the corner and make the public a few bucks.
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Posted 12/2/08

Digix wrote:


angelseraphim wrote:
No. Not like that. They can hire a thief as a sort of adviser that can provide information as to how a heist can be committed under particular circumstances. Rats and snitches are also useful in a similar way.


maybe, but you dont need army of counselors and such job is not enough to repay for crime.
nobody will release thief from jails just because he explains his techniques

and for some professionals killer to repay for his crime we should send him to Afghanistan to kill Bin laden


Oh wow whats so bad about thieves. They're cool if they abide by the the thieves' code. Honorable thieves make crime seem pretty exciting. Their skills are pretty complex and I doubt cops can figure them all out. There is no reason why one thief can't be freed and kept on a short leash in exchange for pertinent information.
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Posted 12/2/08

angelseraphim wrote:
Oh wow whats so bad about thieves. They're cool if they abide by the the thieves' code. Honorable thieves make crime seem pretty exciting. Their skills are pretty complex and I doubt cops can figure them all out. There is no reason why one thief can't be freed and kept on a short leash in exchange for pertinent information.

you can get same information for much less than releasing, just give him more rights in jail and he will tell you everything

to earn complete release criminal must do something more usable that cant be achieved in other ways

I think good thief could be a coach for police training, so that every patrol would be trained to be perfect pick pocketer, or lock picker. but I doubt if there is much demand for such skills in police

of course all this may work for few criminals, but I think topic was about massive usage, not only about releasing few.
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