Sunday, October 09, 2005

Cayman Islands: Draconian new victim disarmament laws : "With the Government's continuing focus on crime part of a new bill to strengthen the judiciary and sentencing could see some offenders incarcerated for considerably longer periods than in the past. At a recent Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce luncheon at the Wharf Restaurant, the Leader of Government Business Hon Kurt Tibbetts announced a number of new measures to address crime including changes to laws to help in the process of capturing and convicting criminals. Bullet Proof vests are soon to be outlawed in the Cayman Islands and firearms offences will land perpetrators behind bars for a minimum of 10, and up to 20 years."

Hey, Florida scum ... it's time for you to run: "As of this Saturday, October 1, 2005, the law abiding citizens of Florida have been 'given back' the already God-given, Constitution-given and no-duh-right to defend themselves, and if need be, use deadly force in so doing. That's right ... if you decide to rape, rob, car jack or accost a Floridian, you might want to think twice about that brain fart, as that may be the last thing you do before your soul wings its way to Hades. If you're the little weed contemplating these things, you should reflect a bit longer on the wisdom of this course of violent action, because we the people can now wale on you and be protected from criminal prosecution and/or an inane civil suit."

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