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June 19 2012

05:47
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These portraits of Australian criminals came from the archives of the Sydney police.
They were taken during the 1920s by a policeman/photographer while they where in custody in the cells of the police station.
 
 
 
A lot of these folks just look like folks, but some I’d loathe meeting in a dark alley! O_o

Via dear Edosan & Portraits of Australian criminals from the 1920s | La boite verte

Reposted bysiriusminervarepostedfromgilbert

June 12 2012

MerelyGifted
22:08
serial killers #10 comes as no surprise to your humble narrator.
Reposted fromcube cube viasiriusminerva siriusminerva

May 22 2012

23:07

News International executives should face possibility of jail, says MP | Media | The Guardian

…Labour frontbencher Chris Bryant…believed the case would be seen as “one of the most flagrant examples of a contempt of parliament in parliament’s history”. He told MPs: “It is not just that it was one person at one time, it was not just that it was one organisation for a brief period of time, it’s that a whole series of people systematically, repeatedly lied so as to protect themselves, to protect their commercial interests and to try and make sure they didn’t end up going to prison – that they did fully knowing that they were telling lies to parliament. That, I believe, is a fundamental contempt.” …

…He said: “I believe that this house and the committee itself should consider in turn, firstly whether or not the three individuals mentioned, and corporately News International should be summoned to this house. I believe that it must still be an important power for this house.

“Secondly, they should consider whether individuals should be fined, not least because there have been considerable expenses incurred by parliament and the prosecuting authorities by the process of lying to parliament, and thirdly, it has to be right whether or not to imprison.

“If this had happened in the Scottish parliament, it would have gone on to imprisonment, if it had been a contempt of court it would have led to imprisonment, if it had been perjury of a court, it would have led to imprisonment.”

March 20 2012

20:51
If a black man shot and killed a white kid for holding a bag of Skittles he would already be [in] jail.
Chauncey DeVega at Salon. #trayvonmartin (via liberalsarecool)
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