Is it Justice that the Manchester Police merely gave cautions for serious offences including rape, child abduction and soliciting murder ?
A caution requires an offender to admit their crime and is an alternative to a charge that would bring the perpetrator before a court.
No, it's not justice. It's a disgrace, it sounds to me like the police are trying to make their clear up rates look good instead of bringing vermin to justice.
No. Greater Manchester Police need to explain the circumstances which led to such serious offences being dealt with in this manner.
Here's a link, as you couldn't be bothered to include one.
Police appeal to trace man #WANTED in connection with a child abduction
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When #OscarPistorius murder case doesnt get the justice it deserve and others get 15 years for rape
Bricks was sentenced 15years (Rape) and #OscarPistorius 6years for Murder there is no justice here
That part of the indictment against Captain Jack Smith and the other
criminals still at large, which dealt with their offences against the
smuggling act, would in later times have broken down infallibly from
want of proper evidence: not a tittle of information was forthcoming
which could support examination. But a judge of assizes and a jury in
1815, were not to be baulked of the necessary victim by mere
circumstantiality when certain offences against society and against
His Majesty had to be avenged; and the dispensers of justice were less
concerned with strict evidence than with the desirability of making
examples. Strong presumption was all that was required to them to hang
their man; and indeed the hanging of Captain Jack upon the other and
more serious counts than that of unlawful occupation, was, as has been
said, a foregone conclusion. The triple charge of murder being but too
And thus the successful Mr. Harcourt had been successful also in
this. And now, having narrated this interview in a manner which does
not make it redound very much to that gentleman's credit, I must
add to the narrative his apology. If even-handed justice were done
throughout the world, some apology could be found for most offences.
Not that the offences would thus be wiped away, and black become
white; but much that is now very black would be reduced to that
sombre, uninviting shade of ordinary brown which is so customary to