Lance Armstrong complains of ‘massive personal loss’ in doping fall-out…
The United States Anti-Doping Agency had accused Armstrong of conducting¬†“the most sophisticated, professionalised and successful doping programme sport has ever seen”¬†and Armstrong said he would be prepared to take any punishment as long as it was on a level playing field: “If everyone gets the death penalty, then I’ll take the death penalty. ¬† Read more »
I have little sympathy for paedophiles. I think they should be punished in the same way a Roamn Patricide was punished. The criminal is¬†stripped naked then made to stand ¬†with a foot each on two pedestals placed a couple feet apart as to expose every part of thier body. They were then whipped until there was no difference between flesh and blood on their body. The crowd was free to throw stones at the criminal and about anything they wanted really.
Afterthey were completely whipped they took them and put them ¬†in a sack with a snake, a chicken and a dog. This was to symbolize the reverse of being born. Thus un-born since they had taken the life of the one that gave life to them, it was seen as fit punishment. After they were in the bag with the other animals they would sow the bag shut and then chuck it in the Tiber.
A Black Power member says he wants to change his ways after hearing he will become a grandfather.
“I don’t blame nobody but myself,” William Herangi Wanakore, 34, told Judge Allan Roberts prior to sentencing after admitting to his latest raft of offending.
Wanakore, who has 97 convictions, was about to be sentenced to his 51st prison term after pleading guilty to assault with intent, two burglaries and twice breaching protection orders in May.
He choked up while reading his letter of apology to the judge, written while in jail.
“Sorry for being a pain in the bum. I speak from my heart for the first time. I wish to do good not just for me but my kids,” Wanakore said. “If I carry on this way I’m never going to see my kids.” ¬† Read more »
Corrections, sensibly, said their staff got it right by ensuring none of their guards were put at risk.
[T]he Department of Corrections has defended its staff, saying Dixon was a difficult prisoner and staff took correct action when responding to the suicide.
“During his time in custody there were numerous incidents including violence against staff and other prisoners; damage to prison property; possession of contraband including weapons he manufactured; positive tests for drug use and several concerted attempts at inflicting serious self harm,” Jeanette Burns from the department said.
“On the night Mr Dixon died, staff had to balance the safety of themselves with that of a serial, violent offender. Staff safety is paramount, and officers made the right decision at the time when unlocking his cell.”¬† Read more »
A Wairarapa man who was angry about only being given instant noodles to eat while in custody at Masterton Police Station last year has been convicted and sentenced to six months’ supervision for a violent Christmas assault.
In the early hours of Boxing Day Callum Mahupuku, 20, got involved in an altercation with a man on High Street, Masterton, which eventually led to him assaulting him and leaving him with a multitude of injuries.¬† Read more »
Stewart Murray Wilson is one sick bastard. He believes he ended up in jail, not for a legacy of heinous rapes but because of the “sisterhood”.
Wilson was plotting to clear his name and get revenge on what he calls the “sisterhood”.
He called the 3 News Wellington newsroom after we wrote asking for an interview. And in a series of phone calls he told 3 News about his plans and his theories on how he ended up in jail.
Wilson said some of the women he was convicted of committing sexual crimes against banded together against him. He claimed they were lesbians that he turned straight, out to get ACC compensation and muddy his name.¬† Read more »