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    do many of the victims families ever take revenge in cases like this?
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    Why is the German justice system so lienient?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carib View Post
    Why is the German justice system so lienient?
    History.

    Believe it or not.

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    there is no honour in these "honour attacks".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carib View Post
    Why is the German justice system so lienient?
    Quote Originally Posted by Tyon View Post
    History.

    Believe it or not.
    Way into the 1960s Germany's administration was still staffed with Prussian bureaucrats - in the figurative sense - who stood for a strict law and order course and "their" penal code dated back to the 1890s.
    The 1968s student revolts brought a massive shake-up and suddenly over-zealously liberal scholars got a say up and down the country, "drying out the brown swamp" as they used to call it. They got us two reforms which watered down the penal system drastically and altered its premiss from "punishment" into "rehabilitation". Even the worst kind of criminals were treated as good persons who had only went to the bad side over reasons they were hardly to blame for, like a bad childhood or social exclusion, and even the "true" lifelong prison sentence was found "inhumane" and in violation of the natural right to live free (!). In our days the problem is worsened by the fact that our current generation of jurists once apprenticed to those scholars.
    I know, sometimes it seems as though I'd make a lot of drama over little here but in fact we've reached a point where judges who don't permanently orientate themselves by the low end of their scope of discretion are vilified as merciless reactionaries and even face disciplinary relocation.

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    People like this don't deserve human rights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyle1993 View Post
    do many of the victims families ever take revenge in cases like this?
    Yeah it can simmer for decades with tit for tat and the occasional missing person.

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    They deserve this

    Police in Andhra Pradesh gunned down three youths early on Saturday, a few hours after they were arrested for throwing acid on two girls, one of whom is battling for life.
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    http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/A...k/1/22569.html

    The Police obviously tried to cover up later up "with the attacked by hidden weapons by the accussed" story. Actually the Policemen just took the 3 guys to an isolated spot and shot them. I may not agree with what the Police did but I sure do agree with what fate handed down these guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carib View Post
    Why is the German justice system so lienient?
    The system is adjusted to the crime rate. There is no reason to change it as long the rate sinks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tluassa View Post
    Indian students tounge cut off for not converting to Islam, terror attacks on trains, honor acid attacks, welcome to Germany.
    At least the police immediately issued a statement, saying that 'there are currently no leads that this attack was a racially motivated hate crime.'. Phew, almost had me worried there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rey View Post
    What kind of punishment can they expect in Germany?
    Most probable is a supervised cooking course. If it hits them really hard it's supervised story reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b0sco View Post
    At least the police immediately issued a statement, saying that 'there are currently no leads that this attack was a racially motivated hate crime.'. Phew, almost had me worried there.
    The point of beeing an election issue next year is nea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muck View Post
    The ticker news that her Turkish boyfriend and an accomplice have been arrested in meanwhile called my attention to the case. I'd express hopes she makes a full recovery, but alas that could be doubtful. Always those people and their sense of honor... what those two *******s did indicates the utter abscence of honor, does it not.
    Wanna know what's even worse? What our ever-caring and considerate judges will have to say to this.

    the link which was provided by you did not mention anything about the nationality of the attacker. only the victims nationality was mentioned, a german woman with turkish background...


    your link: http://www.welt.de/vermischtes/weltg...h-Tuerkin.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Territory View Post
    the link which was provided by you did not mention anything about the nationality of the attacker. only the victims nationality was mentioned, a german woman with turkish background...


    your link: http://www.welt.de/vermischtes/weltg...h-Tuerkin.html
    If you read some other papers, the name of her former boyfriend is Serhat K..

    http://www.express.de/duesseldorf/ge...,21323398.html

    Not much to spin doctor here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b0sco View Post
    If you read some other papers, the name of her former boyfriend is Serhat K..

    http://www.express.de/duesseldorf/ge...,21323398.html

    Not much to spin doctor here.

    dont read other newspapers, just checked mucks link and there was no information about the origin of the bastard. thanks for the link btw.

    sidenote:

    she went to the the police (seven times to be exactly) to share her concerns about her ex-boyfriend before the attack was carried out,..
    Last edited by Territory; 12-31-2012 at 11:42 AM.

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